Paul Scheerbart

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Paul Scheerbart


Born
in Danzig, Germany
January 08, 1863

Died
October 15, 1915


Paul Karl Wilhelm Scheerbart (8 January 1863 in Danzig – 15 October 1915 in Berlin) was a German author of fantastic literature and drawings. He was also published under the pseudonym Kuno Küfer and is best known for the book Glasarchitektur (1914).

Average rating: 3.64 · 595 ratings · 87 reviews · 124 distinct worksSimilar authors
Lesabéndio: An Asteroid Novel

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3.73 avg rating — 131 ratings — published 1913 — 56 editions
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The Perpetual Motion Machin...

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3.99 avg rating — 102 ratings — published 1910 — 6 editions
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The Stairway to the Sun & D...

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Rakkóx the Billionaire & Th...

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Glass! Love!! Perpetual Mot...

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Glass Architecture

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3.25 avg rating — 28 ratings — published 1972 — 14 editions
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The New Overworld (1911)

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Munchaussen and Clarissa: A...

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Die Grosse Revolution: Ein ...

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Der Kaiser von Utopia - Zwe...

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“There's something impoverished in those who want to really have everything.”
Paul Scheerbart, The Perpetual Motion Machine: The Story of an Invention

“Never be too amusing. An unfettered sense of humor is on the whole thought to be a good thing only for the poor - for the rich a sense of humor is a disaster.”
Paul Scheerbart, Rakkóx the Billionaire & The Great Race

“Whether the undertakings are sensible or laughable makes no difference - as long as everyone gets paid.”
Paul Scheerbart, Rakkóx the Billionaire & The Great Race

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