Isaac AsimovIn addition to being a professor of biochemistry at Boston University, a famous American writer, Isaac Asimov (Исаак Озимов (Isaak Ozimov)) was born on 2 January 1920 in Petrovichi, Smolensk Oblast, Russia, he died in America on April 6, 1992.
He has been one of the world's writers with over 500 works of art that have led to an increase in people's sympathies to science fiction and popular science. The most important works are Foundation, Galactic Empire and Robot series.
If you want to learn about the stories and get started, you can read the book compiled from the short stories published in 1940 - 1960, "Three Laws of Robotics''. You will ask yourself the question, when you finish the book "if his short stories are so, then how are his books? '' you will love the books of Isaac Asimov.
Asimov wrote his first story "Cosmic Corkscrew" in 1937, and his works are in all branches except philosophy and psychology. By writing books at the level where curious people can make basic beginnings, the science books that were written in heavy language in time, became more accessible, readable and fun with him.
His genius, his predictions for the future, he written books in a sociologist's mind. Whatever subject of the book he written, an accumulation of knowledge that amazes everybody, he produced this accumulation to a level that everyone can understand. So, that's why he acquired a good place in history. There are even 6 books detective stories.
Asimov wrote 31 stories until 1941, but all the stories did not publish. He sent his thirty-second story ''Nightfall'' to Astounding Editor W. Campbell and he received a letter from him two days later and with this letter he changed the science-fiction history forever.
Years later, he said in an interview, "It was obvious that I wrote a classic."
He began to write novels instead short stories since 1950, in 1958, after the publication of "Naked Sun", Asimov gave more importance to popular knowledge.
Besides winning many awards, he was given 14 honorary doctors from different universities.
As a result, if there are people who thinks about they do not know anything about Isaac Asimov, they might be wrong:
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
Pebble in the Sky ( 1950 )
I, Robot ( 1950 )
The Stars, Like Dust ( 1951 )
Foundation ( 1951 )
Foundation and empire ( 1952 )
Second Foundation ( 1953 )
The Chemicals of life ( 1954 )
The Martian Way and Other Stories ( 1955 )
Inside the Atom ( 1956 )
The Naked Sun ( 1957 )
The World of Carbon ( 1958 )
Words of Science ( 1959 )
Breakthroughs in Science ( 1960 )
The Double Planet ( 1960 )
Nightfall and Other Stories ( 1969 )