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The Bicentennial Man
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The Bicentennial Man Volume 43
The Bicentennial Man

Isaac Asimov
Issued: May 1990
Gollancz
VGSF Classics
London
ISBN 0575047127
Paperback
Cover illustration by Stanislaw Fernandes
xii+212 pages

Notes
First published by Doubleday in 1976.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
THE BICENTENNIAL MAN is a classic collection of short stories which sparkles with characteristic Asimov inventiveness and imagination.

"A masterly collection of short stories. The range of futuristic problems posed shows Mr Asimov’s invention at its best, and his engaging narrative brings one nicely down to earth between times"
- Sunday Telegraph

"A good read . . . anyone who feels that the three laws of robotics had all the pith sucked from them years ago should read this collection"
- New Scientist

"He never falls below a certain level of excellence . . . a highly appetising read"
- Martin Amis, Observer

"Other SF books I pass on to friends - the Asimovs I keep on my shelf"
- Evening Standard

 
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