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Peter Swirski

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Peter Swirski

Peter Swirski is Teaching Professor at the University of Missouri, St. Louis; Honorary Professor in the Center for American Studies at Jinan University, China, and member of the executive council of the International American Studies Association (IASA) and of the Dimic Research Institute for Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies. His research spans modern American literature, history, and culture. He is also recognized internationally as the leading Stanislaw Lem scholar. His books are: A Stanislaw Lem Reader (1997); Between Literature and Science: Poe and Lem (2000); From Lowbrow to Nobrow (2005); The Art and Science of Stanislaw Lem (2006), All Roads Lead to the American City (2007); Of Literature and Knowledge (2007); I Sing the Body Politic (2009); Literature, Analytically Speaking (2010); Ars Americana, Ars Politica (2010); Lem: Polemics and Dilemmas (forthcoming). See also www.hku.hk/press/news_detail_5934.html for more information. He can be contacted at bibliosophe@gmail.com.

Articles by Peter Swirski

From Man from Mars
By Stanisław Lem
The street sizzled. The clatter of skytrains, the car horns, the rattle of speeding trolleys, the twitter of traffic lights and the massive hubbub of human voices, all seethed in dark blue air, sliced…
Translated from Polish by Peter Swirski
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