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There is very little character development and not much character interaction.
According to Solaris's back-cover blurbs, of all science fiction authors writing outside the English Language, Stanislaw Lem has been the most widely translated.
While the movie ended up being a rather good love story, the book has more things to think about.
Think about this -- most science fiction, both written and filmed, portrays aliens as more or less humanoid in shape, with two arms and two legs and so forth, and with more or less... Read morePublished 5 days ago by gammyraye
Can't believe they made a movie out of this. A more whining protagonist has never been created. Tried very hard to like it but simply couldn'tPublished 1 month ago by Joan M Guercia
The films made me curious, the book made me aware of how little we understand of the universe as well as ourselves.Published 1 month ago by Alex Treadwell
After reading 82 percent of this endless compilation of meaningless complexity I quit and looked for a synopsis that would reveal the point of the novel and enable me to decide if... Read morePublished 2 months ago by LightnnRod