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Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Czech
Great, interesting and insightful. Very relevant for readers in any time period in human history.Published 6 months ago by Lisa Atkinson
This play about biologically-based robots who work as slave labor is dated in some ways but surprisingly modern and engaging.in others. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jim Foley
This is a trenchant and pithy critique of post-Industrial-Revolution capitalism as well as an exploration of the human consequences of technology--both the existant technology of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by theta
This play presents many issues to reflect upon. It's a great and fascinating read, especially if you love science fiction.Published 17 months ago by Laura Allgood
Truly enjoyed this play. It seems to have layer upon layer of emotions, lessons and somethings too close to home. Hard to believe it was written so long ago. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Pat fuchs
I'm glad I read this, since it's so often referenced, and so important in the history of drama, but I was surprise to find that it reads like a drawing room melodrama.Published 21 months ago by knitica
don't skip this one - it's the best part of the play. "R.U.R.", from the author of "The War with the Newts", is a major disappointment. Read morePublished on November 4, 2006 by James Arbuckle
This play is an excellent commentary on globalization that is still valid today. Consider the following segment of conversation that occurs when Helena Glory first meets Harry... Read morePublished on October 30, 2004 by Martin A. Schell