'Solaris' author Stanislaw Lem dies at age 84 in Poland
UPI News Service, 03/27/2006
"Solaris" author Stanislaw Lem died in Krakow, Poland at age 84, it was reported Monday.
Lem died at a cardio-surgery clinic, his assistant told RIA-Novosti.
Among the prolific science fiction writer's books were "Solaris," made into a Hollywood film by Steven Soderbergh, and "Man from Mars" and "The Trial."
His books have sold more than 27 million copies in 41 languages worldwide.
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