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Čapek, Karel, 1890-1938

LC control no.n 50035042
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPG5038.C3
Personal name headingČapek, Karel, 1890-1938
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Variant(s)K. Č., 1890-1938
Č., K., 1890-1938
Čapek, Karol, 1890-1938
Chapek, Karel, 1890-1938
Kêpek, Kêrela, 1890-1938
Ts'apeḳ, Ḳarel, 1890-1938
Чапек, Карел, 1890-1938
מפאק, קארל
צ׳אפק, קרל
צ׳אפק, קרל, 1890-1938
צ׳פק, קרל, 1890־1938
Čapeks, Karels, 1890-1938
Chāpik, Kāril, 1890-1938
چاپک، کارل
See alsoCorporate body: Bratří Čapkové
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Birth date1890-01-09
Death date1938-12-25
Place of birthMalé Svatoňovice (Czech Republic)
Place of deathPrague (Czech Republic)
Field of activityScience fiction
Profession or occupationAuthors, Czech Dramatists
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inR.U.R.
Lásky hra osudná, psána roku 1910, 1922: t.p. (Bratří Čapkové)
Āi, 19--: t.p. (Kêrela Kêpek)
R.U.R. (Rossum's universal robots), 2002: t.p. (Karel Capek)
Kevod ha-shofeṭ tsoḥeḳ, 194-?: t.p. (Ḳarel Ts'apeḳ)
cs.Wikipedia, March 26, 2015 (Bratři Čapkové is the name used by the brothers Josef and Karel Čapek when writing collaboratively; works include: Zářivé hlubiny, Krakonošova zahrada, Devatero pohádek, etc.)
Wikipedia, March 25, 2015 (Karel Čapek; born January 9, 1890 in Malé Svatoňovice, Bohemia, Austrian-Hungarian Empire; died December 25, 1938 in Prague; Czech writer of the early 20th century. He had multiple roles throughout his career such as playwright, dramatist, essayist, publisher, literary reviewer, and art critic. Nonetheless, he's best known for his science fiction, including his novel War with the Newts and play R.U.R., The latter work popularized the word robot and changed history (the second "R" of the title standing for "Robots") His early attempts at fiction were mostly plays written with brother Josef)
Skaistā Skandinavija, 1940: t.p. (Karels Čapeks)
Kārkhānah-ʼi muṭlaqʹsāzī, 1971 or 1972: t.p. (کارل چاپک = Kāril Chāpik; Karel Čapek [in rom.])
Inwazja jaszczurów, 1956: title page (Karol Čapek)
Associated languagecze
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