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Reiterated Plots and Themes in the Robot Novels: Getting away with Murder and Overcoming ProgrammingJust as the Robot stories and novels exhibit the same chaos-theory concepts as does the Foundation series, but in a somewhat different way, so too do the Robot novels exhibit the same fractal quality of duplication...
From:Reference Guide to American Literature (3rd ed.)With nearly five hundred books to his credit, Isaac Asimov was probably the most prolific American writer of the century, and his range was as vast as his output. He was among other things a master at explaining science...
From: ExtrapolationMany science fiction writers attempt to create plausible future worlds by extrapolating scientific, technological, and social trends into the future. Such extrapolations are often quickly out of date, since scientific...
From:Contemporary Popular WritersIsaac Asimov was almost unbelievably prolific in both the number of books he produced and the variety of genres he tackled. He churned out mysteries, young-adult and adult science fiction, young-adult and adult...
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