Karel Capek

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Czech writer who introduced the word 'robot' into the English language (1890-1938)


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CZK for financing investment projects "Edit layout interior of the building by Karel Capek in 1147 in Jesenik (IPOS)" and "Parking under the building Karel Capek No.
Rossum's Universal Robots), by Karel Capek, translated by Claudia Novack-Jones.
For her extensive accomplishments so far, Comrada recently traveled to Prague to accept a bronze medal - the Karel Capek Medal for Lifetime Achievement - and copious thanks from the Capek Brothers Society, a group formed to preserve the work and the reputations of the talented Capek brothers.
Karel Capek was the first successful playwright to explore these themes in drama.
While reading his books, I find it worth remembering that Karel Capek was often in immense pain--he suffered from severe inflammation of the spine from the time he was a child.
Los consumidores de literatura y cine de ciencia ficcion tuvieron que esperar hasta Blade Runner (dirigida por Ridley Scott en 1982) para que el concepto de robot de Karel Capek tuviera el reconocimiento y la difusion que mereca.
Prague is also the home of Karel Capek, who came up with the word "robot.
Destaca el caso de Karel Capek (1890-1938), celebre fuera de sus fronteras por sus novelas y obras de teatro de ciencia-ficcion (recordemos su simbolica y premonitoria "Guerra de las Salamandras" (1936), y que aqui figura en la nomina de traductores de poesia francesa.
Authors discussed include Clifford Simak, Cordwainer Smith, Karel Capek, Stephanie Johnson, and Mikhail Bakhtin.
Rossum's Universal Robots) de Karel Capek y del neologismo robot es bien conocida.
Specifically, we presented exhibitions on the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu, writer Karel Capek, and photographer Frantisek Drtikol.
3 were composed when she was still a student at the Brno Conservatory, while Elegy from 1939, dedicated to the memory of Karel Capek, is one of her last works.
El primero en utilizarlo literariamente fue el escritor Karel Capek, en cuya obra teatral Rossum's Universal Robots (1920) aparecen seres humanos generados artificialmente, que hoy estarian mas cerca de considerarse clones.
Czech dramatist Karel Capek created the word robot in his 1920 play R.
For the title of her book she adapted the quote from the well-known Czech writer Karel Capek (1890-1938).