Phillip K. Dick, author of SF novels that have been made into numerous films ("Blade Runner", "Minority Report", "Paycheck") denied the existence of a certain person. Who was that person?
Stanislaw Lem is a Polish SF writer, author of "Solaris". In 1974 Philip K. Dick (probably suffering from schizophrenia) sent the letter to the FBI stating that "Lem is probably a composite committee rather than an individual, since he writes in several styles and sometimes reads foreign, to him, languages (...) these people are Marxists (...) and a threat to our whole field of science fiction"
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Which famous novel was rejected by a number of publishers, so eventually its author had to pay the cost for publication himself?
The Trial (Kafka)
In Search of Lost Time (Proust)
The Name of the Rose (Eco)
Which institution awards the Pulitzer prize?
Swedish Royal Academy
In Samuel Beckett's play 'Waiting for Godot', how does Godot look like?
he is a very old man
it is a cat
he never shows up
he is a devil in the form of handsome man