Isaac Asimov

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Starmont House, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 129 pages
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Well-known critic Hassler here contributes a comprehensive survey of Asimov's major fiction, from his beginnings as a short-story writer in "The Campbell Years," through his early and juvenile novels, including a complete outline and evaluation of the author's ever-popular Robot and Foundation series. Starmont Reader's Guide 40.

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About the author (1991)

Donald M. Hassler is a professor of English at Kent State University and the author of books on Erasmus Darwin, Isaac Asimov, Hal Clement, Arthur Machen, and others. He is coeditor with Clyde Wilcox of New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction.

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