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by Isaac Asimov

ePub Where Do We Go from Here? download
Author:
Isaac Asimov
ISBN13:
978-0718111342
ISBN:
0718111346
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Publisher:
M.Joseph (October 1973)
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Subcategory:
Science Fiction
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Isaac Asimov was born in Petrovichi, Russia, on January 2, 1920. Asimov won numerous awards and honors for his books and stories, and he is considered to be a leading writer of the Golden Age of science fiction

Isaac Asimov was born in Petrovichi, Russia, on January 2, 1920. His family emigrated to the United States in 1923 and settled in Brooklyn, New York, where they owned and operated a candy store. Asimov became a naturalized . citizen at the age of eight. As a youngster he discovered his talent for writing, producing his first original fiction at the age of eleven. Asimov won numerous awards and honors for his books and stories, and he is considered to be a leading writer of the Golden Age of science fiction. While he did not invent science fiction, he helped to legitimize it by adding the narrative structure that had been missing from the traditional science fiction books of the period.

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This is the first book of science fiction short stories I've read where each story was suffixed by a short discussion of the scientific principles and a set of questions for further study for the interested. I wish more collections would do this.

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Part of Robot series by Isaac Asimov

Part of Robot series by Isaac Asimov. It was effete, thought Baley somberly as he went through the luxurious ritual, but it was an effeteness that (he already knew) he could become accustomed to. If he stayed here on Aurora any length of time, he would find the culture shock of returning to Earth painfully intense, particularly with respect to the Personal. He hoped that the readjustment would not take long, but he also hoped that any Earthpeople who settled new worlds would not feel impelled to cling to the concept of Community Personals

After each story, Asimov writes a brief page or two analysis of each of the stories giving a little background on each and also looking at the scientific aspects of the story.

After each story, Asimov writes a brief page or two analysis of each of the stories giving a little background on each and also looking at the scientific aspects of the story. Without question, the best story is the first- "A Martian Odyssey" by Stanley Weinbaum from 1934 which is an all time science fiction classic and is great. Each story is written by a different author and included are stories from Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke. No matter one's taste in sci-fi, there's bound to be some stories and authors that will entertain.

This book is in good condition. The binding is tight, spine is straight, and pages are free of handwriting though yellowing. We do this with marketing and advertising partners (who may have their own information they’ve collected)

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Isaac Asimov a very tired man is here. well 330 135 in how many of the last. ahead of us in the technology but Japan. uses more robots than we do for some. reason their social system can absorb.

Isaac Asimov a very tired man is here. year oh I don't know in the last year. the robots faster than we can in the. future though we're going to have to. imagine Japan are we gonna run into real. problems with labor unions and and some.

  • Excellent collection of traditional SF short stories. While different in scope given the variety of authors easily of equal of Heinlen's Future History stories in their emotional appeal... no blood and guts, no horror, no demons or zombies (thank goodness...).

    Just an honest and entertaining read.

  • This is a lovely copy and it arrived very quickly

  • Great

  • This is a collection of 17 science fiction short stories that is edited by Isaac Asimov. After each story, Asimov writes a brief page or two analysis of each of the stories giving a little background on each and also looking at the scientific aspects of the story.
    Without question, the best story is the first- "A Martian Odyssey" by Stanley Weinbaum from 1934 which is an all time science fiction classic and is great. Each story is written by a different author and included are stories from Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein and Arthur C. Clarke. No matter one's taste in sci-fi, there's bound to be some stories and authors that will entertain. A solid 4.5 stars for this.

  • Fasinating stories on the science side of science fiction! In fact some of the stories in this book were required reading in my undergraduate astronomy class.