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  1. Jakub Jakub says:

    Jak to przesz o przez cenzur Dziwnym trafem jedynym tw rc tworz cym niebezpo rednio po II Wojnie wiatowej, omawianym na lekcjach j zyka polskiego jest niejaki Karol J Wojty a Dlaczego nie Zajdel Dlaczego nie jest to obowi zkowa lektura


  2. Shotgun Shotgun says:

    Janusz Andrzej Zajdel je druh nejzn m j autor polsk ho sci fi hned po legend rn m Lemovi Je po n m pojmenov n i jedna liter rn cena Jeliko psal v dob bol evick diktatury, tak se ve sv tvorb hodn v noval ot zk m diktatury, ovl d n dav a propagandy U kdy jsem poslouchal jeho nejslavn j rom n Limes inferior, tak mne tento autor upoutal M m r d sci fi, kter p es obr zky budoucnosti, se vyjad uje k aktu ln m nebo bl c m se soci ln m probl m m A je t bych cht l zm nit, e Para Janusz Andrzej Zajdel je druh nejzn m j autor polsk ho sci fi hned po legend rn m Lemovi Je po n m pojmenov n i jedna liter rn cena Jeliko psal v dob bol evick diktatury, tak se ve sv tvorb hodn v noval ot zk m diktatury, ovl d n dav a propagandy U kdy jsem poslouchal jeho nejslavn j rom n Limes inferior, tak mne tento autor upoutal M m r d sci fi, kter p es obr zky budoucnosti, se vyjad uje k aktu ln m nebo bl c m se soci ln m probl m m A je t bych cht l zm nit, e Paradyzja vy la v esk m p ekladu v roce 2000 u Albatrosu pod n zvem Edenie Tak Paradyzja je takov intelektu lsk sci fi Vypr v o n v t v pozemsk ho spisovatele na um l planet Paradyzja, na kterou se zat m t m nikdo nedostal Tato planeta je v ude siln pro pikov na kamerami a mikrofony a v echny obytn prostory maj po v t inu asu pr hledn st ny a v ichni tak jsou v em na o ch V ichni obyvatel jsou od zeni po ta ov mu syst mu bodov n obyvatel , kter jako by z oka vypadlo aktu ln mu syst mu soci ln ho statusu, kter dnes zav d na Lid , kter m klesne jejich status pod ur itou hodnotu jsou odveleni na bl zkou planetu Tartar, kde v ot esn ch podm nk ch t suroviny, ze kter ch Paradyzja ije D ky tomu, e Velk Bratr je v udyp tomn , v t ina obyvatel Paradyzje si osvojila velmi slo it um n jak p ed vat informace mezi dky , tak aby um l inteligence monitoruj c ve kerou komunikaci neobjevila z vadn my lenSyst m Paradyzje, stejn jako jin totalitn re imy neust le udr uje obyvatele v pocitu ohro en jak vn j ho, tak vnit n ho Atmosf ra paranoidn spole nosti je zde mistrn vykreslena a podobnost Paradyzje se st ty t boru m ru v etn toho nejv t ho je opravdu nep ehl dnuteln Nech pu, jak tento rom n mohlo v roce 1984 proj t bol evickou cenzurou Podobnost jak s Orwellem, tak Huxleym je zde o ividn a autor se t m netaj a d l na to i nar ky ve jm nech postav D ky dob vzniku tohoto rom nu, m vypr v n pon kud pomalej tempo a a t eba ten nsk soci ln status p edpov d l t m p esn , tak na druhou stranu se k z znamu zvuku st le pou vaj kazety s p skami Ale pokud v s bav klasi t j n ro n j sci fi, pak bych v m tuto knihu doporu il V podob audioknihy bych m l jen jednu drobnou v tku Zde je ten knihy prokl d no r zn mi sci fi zvuky, co se m e n komu l bit ale j to moc r d nem m


  3. Jakub Jakub says:

    Every time I m reading this book, I m truly amazed how come it got published in communist Poland Fine example of social fiction it uses SF staffage to show no, not dystopian socialist communist society of Poland in 80s And it does so, with excellent effect.It s a very important book for me, given I ve spent my first 10 years in this kind of theatre If you ever come by English translation of it, and you ve enjoyed Nineteen Eighty Four you have to read that one.Fun fact it got publis Every time I m reading this book, I m truly amazed how come it got published in communist Poland Fine example of social fiction it uses SF staffage to show no, not dystopian socialist communist society of Poland in 80s And it does so, with excellent effect.It s a very important book for me, given I ve spent my first 10 years in this kind of theatre If you ever come by English translation of it, and you ve enjoyed Nineteen Eighty Four you have to read that one.Fun fact it got published in year 1984


  4. Piotr Piotr says:

    Ale to si dobrze czyta W sumie nie wiem jakim cudem kiedy to omin em, bo akurat Zajdla to stara em si ykn w ca o ci W ka dym razie Paradyzja jest strasznie przygn biaj ca dla osoby, kt ra urodzi a si za PRL i pami ta jak tam by o A ju rozwala ta niemo no ucieczki, brak ratunku i czekanie a to wszystko si samo w ko cu zawali I liczenie e rz dz cy nie maj na to przygotowanego planu Warto


  5. Agnieszka Agnieszka says:

    Jak ja lubi takie mindfuckowe lektury


  6. Cyber Killer Cyber Killer says:

    At first it seems to not add much new to the dystopian genre, all the same tropes from 1984 and Brave New World are here However the ending gives some interesting ideas, though I can t saywithout spoilers.And the writing is really good.


  7. Michał Rodziewicz Michał Rodziewicz says:

    Interesting and intriguing read I did not feel the same delight I experienced while I was reading Lems books though I did like the allegory of the communist state, and the big brother always watching, observant and wary The way in which he described people living in the enclosure, being under constant surveillance, deprived of a basic rights and freedom was realistic enough to believein Yet a couple of things are preventing me from giving this bookstars in the rating Firstly, this Interesting and intriguing read I did not feel the same delight I experienced while I was reading Lems books though I did like the allegory of the communist state, and the big brother always watching, observant and wary The way in which he described people living in the enclosure, being under constant surveillance, deprived of a basic rights and freedom was realistic enough to believein Yet a couple of things are preventing me from giving this bookstars in the rating Firstly, this book only scratches the surface of a problem What are the thoughts of other characters What was the exact motivation of the first ruling elite They were carefully selected to guide human race into space, and yet with the first opportunity, they have easily turned against helpless companions Motivation of main character is also a mystery to me He sacrificed years of his life to travel to this remote and possibly dangerous place to write a book I know that he remained hibernated for the duration of the flight, but he must have had some kind of family, friends, obligations, that he willingly gave up for the sake of a book He did not shed a single tear or gave thought to that It all felt like he travelled to another country to write a book, but it did not feel like he spend couple of years in the outer space Secondly, I understand the current state of affairs on Paradyzja But how did it come to this Surely hibernated people did not wake up to pre arranged prison They had to build it first Did they not notice what is going on Was there no communication with Earth It is all too far fetched for me Anyway, that leads me to another thing People are born into certain reality, the only one they know Why would they develop another language to pass their real thoughts Where would these hidden thoughts came from A young child lost in a jungle would not, all of a sudden develop a hidden language They are all like children lost in a jungle, they should not have any hidden thoughts, they have no point of reference to develop themand certainly not on such a massive scale As stated in the book, all they have learned is a specially created lie They grew up knowing the importance of security, they do not question it, they are used to this state of affairs and yet for reasons I cannot fathom, they do not hesitate to use bubblegum to blind Security System, to deceive and live a secret life Why How What for This book was good enough to try another one from Janusz Zajdel, but I am by no means mesmerized by it Solid piece of work


  8. Marcin_e17streets4all.co.uk Marcin_e17streets4all.co.uk says:

    Very good sci fi, basically a picture very convincing of society For Matrix lovers.


  9. Arek Trzepacz Arek Trzepacz says:

    wietna pozycja b d ca ciekawsz wersj konceptu przedstawionego ju w innej ksi ce autora Ca a prawda o planecie Ksi Szczeg lnie warte polecenia s fragmenty w jaki spos b mieszka cy Paradyzji pr buj oszuka System Bezpiecze stwa operuj c nowo wymy lonym i pe nym aluzji j zykiem koalangiem.


  10. Ralph Jones Ralph Jones says:

    Paradyzja by Janusz A Zajdel was released in 1984 Coincidentally, this novel is almost similar to George Orwell s Nineteen Eighty Four The humankind in this novel now lives in planets and space stations other than planet Earth Rinah Devi, a journalist, is sent to Paradise to write about the space station Let it be known that human rights are practiced everywhere but Paradise because it is unknown to the world where they stand in.Apparently, the people in Paradise could not exercise their Paradyzja by Janusz A Zajdel was released in 1984 Coincidentally, this novel is almost similar to George Orwell s Nineteen Eighty Four The humankind in this novel now lives in planets and space stations other than planet Earth Rinah Devi, a journalist, is sent to Paradise to write about the space station Let it be known that human rights are practiced everywhere but Paradise because it is unknown to the world where they stand in.Apparently, the people in Paradise could not exercise their human rights rather, they are controlled under a totalitarian regime They are stripped off of their personal privacy and movements as those are controlled by the government They track the colonies movements by using devices.In order to avoid getting eavesdropped, some of the inhabitants made up and use a language called Koalang , an artificial poetic language.What bothers me a bit is that the government and safety service banned everything that is related to physics Is it because it might lead to the inhabitants thinking logically and critically, that they will try to oppose the government Maybe Because people in power will do whatever they can to manipulate those who are under their control to be as stupid as possible so they won t question anything or rebel against anything what the government does to them Now that s something to think about


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  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • Paradyzja
  • Janusz A. Zajdel
  • Polish
  • 26 June 2018
  • 8370541631

About the Author: Janusz A. Zajdel

Janusz Andrzej Zajdel August , in Warsaw July , in Warsaw was a prominent Polish science fiction author He died from cancerZajdel is a precursor of social and dystopian fiction In his works, he envisions totalitarian states and collapsed societies His heroes are desperately trying to find sense in world around them, sometimes, as in Cylinder van Troffa, they are outsiders from a different time or place, trying to adapt to a new environment The main recurring theme in his works is a comparison of the readers gloomy, hopeless situations to what may happen in a space environment if we carry totalitarian ideas and habits into space worlds Red Space Republics or Space Labour Camps, or bothFrederik Pohl dedicated book Tales From The Planet Earth to Zajdel and A Bertram Chandler citation needed This book also contains one of Zajdel s short stories, Particularly Difficult Territory , translated into English.