Továrna na absolutno. (Spisy Bratří Čapků. Svazek XIII.) [The Absolute at Large. (Writings of the Čapek brothers. Volume 13.)]. Karel Capek, Karel Čapek.
Továrna na absolutno. (Spisy Bratří Čapků. Svazek XIII.) [The Absolute at Large. (Writings of the Čapek brothers. Volume 13.)]
Továrna na absolutno. (Spisy Bratří Čapků. Svazek XIII.) [The Absolute at Large. (Writings of the Čapek brothers. Volume 13.)]
Signed, Numbered (1/50) Copy

Továrna na absolutno. (Spisy Bratří Čapků. Svazek XIII.) [The Absolute at Large. (Writings of the Čapek brothers. Volume 13.)]

Praha (Prague): Fr. Borový, 1937. With numerous full page illustrations by Josef Čapek. One of the 50 signed and numbered copies, printed on Van Gelder paper. In gilt grey buckram. 229, (7) p. In fine condition.

Singed and numbered copy, one of the fifty, of Capek’s science fiction novel, with several full page illustrations by his brother, Josef.

Tovérna na absolutno (The Absolute at Large) is Capek’s science fiction novel about the changes of the society as the result of a reactor that produces free energy.

Karel Čapek (1890–1938) was a Czech novelist best known for his science fiction novels, and mostly for his play “R.U.R.” that introduced the word “robot”.

Illustrated by Karel’s brother Josef (1887–1945) who was a graphic artist, and painter, also a writer and poet. He is credited as the coiner of the word “robot”, for Karel’s book “R.U.R.”.

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Price: €600.00