The Complete Robot

Isaac Asimov
science fiction, short stories
The Complete Robot - Isaac Asimov6.72

THE MOST FAMOUS ROBOTS IN SCIENCE FICTION HISTORY

Asimov's robots have brains of platinum-iridium sponge. Their 'brain paths' are markd out by th eproduction and destruction of positrons. these 'positronic robots' obey the famous Three Laws of Robotics.

THE COMPLETE ROBOT
contains all of Asimov's robot stories, including some which have never previously appeared in book form.

As well as TN-3 (Tony) and AL-78 and other robots, the stories feature the staff of the US Robots and Mechanical Men Corporation – in particular, of course, the chief robot-psychologist, the steely Susan Calvin.

THE COMPLETE ROBOT
is Asimov's definitive collection of his chilling visions of a robotic future...

Contents:

  • Some Non-human Robots
    • A Boy's Best Friend
    • Sally
    • Someday
  • Some Immobile Robots
    • Point of View
    • Think!
    • True Love
  • Some Metallic Robots
    • Robot AL-76 Goes Astray
    • Victory Unintentional
    • Stranger In Paradise
    • Light Verse
    • Segregationist
    • Robbie
  • Some Humanoid Robots
    • Let's Get Together
    • Mirror Image
    • The Tercentenary Incident
    • First Law
    • Runaround
    • Reason
    • Catch That Rabbit
  • Susan Calvin
    • Liar!
    • Satisfaction Guaranteed
    • Lenny
    • Galley Slave
    • Little Lost Robot
    • Risk
    • Escape!
    • Evidence
    • The Evitable Conflict
    • Feminine Intuition
  • Two Climaxes
    • That Thou Art Mindful of Him
    • The Bicentennial Man
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Release date: 1982
Genres: science fiction, short stories
Average rating: 6.72/10
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Updated: August 21, 2021