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I, Robot. 1950 I, Robot
by Isaac Asimov
First Edition 1950.
Gnome Press.
New York.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Edd Cartier.
256 pages.
Price: $2.50.

I, Robot, a Robot fixup novel by Isaac Asimov.

Consists of the following short stories with additional linking text written specifically for this volume:

  • Robbie (1940)
  • Runaround (1942)
  • Reason (1941)
  • Catch That Rabbit (1944)
  • Liar! (1941)
  • Little Lost Robot (1947)
  • Escape! (1945)
  • Evidence (1946)
  • The Evitable Conflict (1950)
The image opposite and the blurb below are from the second 1982 printing of the Granada/Panther Science Fiction paperback edition, ISBN 0586025324. Cover photograph by Dennis Rolfe.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover

'To you, a robot is just a robot.
But you haven’t worked with them.
You don’t know them.
They’re a cleaner, better breed than we are.'


When Earth is ruled by master-machines . . .
When robots are more human than mankind.


Isaac Asimov’s unforgettable, spine-chilling vision of the future.

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