Jan 23, 2022

The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1)

The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) By {author, ↠ The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) ☆ Isaac Asimov ↠ The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) ☆ Isaac Asimov - The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1), The Caves of Steel The Robot Series Book A millennium into the future two advancements have altered the course of human history the colonization of the galaxy and the creation of the positronic brain Isaac Asimovs Robot novels chronic

  • Publisher‏:‎ Spectra; Reprint edition (April 13, 2011)
  • Publication date‏:‎ April 13, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2458 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 272 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

↠ The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) ☆ Isaac Asimov, The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1), Isaac Asimov, The Caves of Steel The Robot Series Book A millennium into the future two advancements have altered the course of human history the colonization of the galaxy and the creation of the positronic brain Isaac Asimovs Robot novels chronicle the unlikely partnership between a New York City detective and a humanoid robot who must learn to work together Like most people left behind on an over

The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1)

↠ The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) ☆ Isaac Asimov ↠ The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1) ☆ Isaac Asimov - The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1), The Caves of Steel The Robot Series Book A millennium into the future two advancements have altered the course of human history the colonization of the galaxy and the creation of the positronic brain Isaac Asimovs Robot novels chronic The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1)

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663 thought on “The Caves of Steel (The Robot Series Book 1)

  1. Liked it and appreciated it for its prescience about human problems Asimov was a visionary Love the robot stuff.Figured I d start at the beginning of Asimov s journey with establishing the foundations of his now canon robot ideas, as much as I dislike the writing style of early sci fi it s usually unreadable for me.So It wasn t terrible, but still Disliked it for use of dated words and presentations Could have cheerfully lived without any biblical stuff can t I escape this even in robot sci fi , [...]


  2. I first read this book in 1961 and it holds up well It takes place some 3000 years in the future where people on an overpopulated Earth live in gigantic cities hence the title However, Spacers live on fifty underpopulated planets.The Spacers have established an embassy on Earth on the outskirts of New York, called Spacetown The book goes into great length contrasting the culture of the Spacers verses the Earthers, and this is necessary to understand the significance and possible motive of the mu [...]


  3. I grew up with Asimov, along with Robert Heinlein, Arthur C Clarke, and many other great writers during that classic time of science fiction writing.Today it is just as enjoyable to return to these books They have lost very little of their impact despite the many years that have gone by in the case of The Caves of Steel, nearly 65 years ago it was first published in February of 1954 In fact, it is remarkable how well this story has aged.The title Caves of Steel refers to how Earth has evolved in [...]


  4. men will be cops, women will be dieticians, and you ll still have to run down the hall to use your phone But we ll be colonizing the galaxy, and robots will look like humans.I m of the generation that grew up devouring Asimov who, among others, got me imagining a fantastic future but now that vision is revealed as much less imaginative than was once thought What value this book retains is in nostalgia for those who read it long ago, or as a semi important example of the development of the genre [...]


  5. Caves of Steel was written in 1954 by the remarkably ever prescient Asimov and, chronologically, is the first in his suite of future histories The book is tinged, of course, with a 50 s optimistic vision of how they saw the future robots, speeders, space travel and still with people smoking tobacco but you HAVE to admire Asimov s ability to start predicting things that we have either seen come to pass or at least are looking and likely.His insight into the human condition and what motivates mank [...]


  6. One of the best of Asimov s considerable body of work The enclosed city and its moving walkways hark back to H G Wells, but the main theme of the novel, the social and evolutionary aspects of the introduction of robots, is all Asimov s own In particular, his use of his famous laws of robotics and the role they play in a murder One of the flaws of the established Asimov is that his story and his characters can suffer from an overweening tendency toward philosophical explaining, as if success stim [...]


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