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After reading the wonderful k, Robot’, my expectations had been raised sky high, so it is rather painful to accept that ‘The rest of the robots’ is nowhere near its predecessor, in fact is a real disappointment with isaca the ‘Susan Calvin’ stories showing some promise. After much deliberation, these are my top five. Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science-fiction novels using the pen name Paul French. Perhaps it was the stories-in-a-story scenario which ended up changing my mind about these short stories.
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The Rest of the Robots
I really liked Satisfaction Guaranteed and Victory Unintentional. A Boy’s Best Friend: Anike Kirsten I’m not sure if the description is incorrect, but The Rest of the Robots is the second.
Feb 27, Ariadna73 rated it it was amazing Shelves: After some early doubts she quickly realises how valuable he can be. Turner Falk rated it it was ok Oct 22, Ok, the edition I read has 31 stories. Isaac Asimov was a Russian-born, American author, a ksaac of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.
The Rest of the Robots (Robot #) by Isaac Asimov
Some things I don’t like: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. However, some of the stories I really enjoyed. The title ‘The Complete Robot’ certainly implies it, but I just wanted to make sure. In another story, ‘The Bicentennial Man’, Andrew the robot wants to be free, but is still subjected to the Three Laws, which allows for humans to abuse this and get him to do things which are harmful to himself, despite Andrew wanting to become a human being and going at great lengths to obtain his goal, even it means a quick death.
I am tired of finding newer adjectives that convey my superlative admiration for the thoughts and works of Asimov. The first story deals with a theme of which Asimov is the master storyteller of, i.
Feminine Intuition – Calvin. There is a lot in this short story that was used in the Will L “I, Robot” movie. In primo luogo un’idea che torna ciclicamente in quasi tutti i racconti.
Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science-fiction novels using the pen name Paul French. Galley Slave – One academic author, who due to his initial hatred and inability to understand robots, and ignorance, uses a robot incorrectly resulting in a version of his work being published with absurd modifications, fights for his reputation.
It seems to me that only someone who wishes for freedom can be free. I still don’t understand the transitive use of the verb ‘auseinandersetzen’ — there were phrases all over the book, going like: Leggendolo, mi si accese la lampadina; trovavo delle analogie di pensiero tra la storia del Bicentenario e quella degli investigatori Elijah Bailey e Daneel R.
Robots do it all they mine, they spy, they proofread, they flirt with your wife. Short story collections are always a mixed bag, but the stories here that are brilliant, perceptive, satirical and illuminating make up for the ones that I thought were just ok.
Testi che si interessavano di biochimica, anche se oggi potrebbero essere annoverati come biologia molecolare, scritti con incredibile perizia scientifica per l’epoca Ad anni di distanza dalla lettura della prima raccolta di racconti di Asimov avente come protagonisti i robots Io, Roboteccomi qui a sfogliare e divertirmi con la prosa asciutta della epopea di metallo e cervelli positronici dell’autore statunitense di origini russe.
And mind you, I sincerely believe that my disappointment with this book is more because of having gone through ‘I, Robot’ first. We just don’t always think about it or simply take it for granted. May 15, Foad rated it liked it Shelves: I loved it, but I would really only recommend it to readers who are completely addicted to Asimov’s robots, enough so that they want to read everything.
The book includes a story with a cold war like setting Lets get together and a Susan Colvin story on the Moon base view spoiler [ or a moon base, perhaps I ought not be narrow minded about the future moon in Asimov’s imagination hide spoiler ] amongst others. Books by Isaac Asimov. Trivia About The Complete Robo Asimov was a firm believer in progress though not entirely blind to all that entails and you can’t really sell that these days without sounding too cheesy.
Despite the title, robots are not featured in many of the stories, but they did contain computers, aliens, social science, Neanderthals, memory-enhancing drugs and bees.
May 30, Jeridel Banks rated it really liked it Shelves: Fortunatamente per noi, alla fine parrebbe che non siamo macchine, ed il pensiero scientifico ha rinunciato a questa vocazione demiurgica.
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