- Selma/Montevallo, AL, USA
- member since October 16, 2010
So, planning on reading another Asimov book, and I remember you and I having a chat about some of his short stories. I have his first "Foundation" novel, but how contained would you say it is? Does it cliffhang? Or can I truly enjoy it as a single text? Or, better yet, are you familiar with it?
Thanks a ton, I actually didn't know about "The Bicentennial Man." Does it have anything to do with the film as well? And yeah, I read the "The Positronic Man" but it has been a couple years. I know that book definitely applies to Robots and Humanity, I was just trying to find something more easily digestible for high school students like a short story.
Hey, I read your review on the first volume of the Asimov Short Story Collection. Just out of curiosity, I'm going to be working on an educational project dealing roughly with the themes of robots/cyborgs and what it means to be human. Essentially I'm looking for a good Asimov short story that deals with his themes of robots. Any suggestions?
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