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The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories - Isaac Asimov
The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories
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Market Power explores society and economy in medieval Iberia, examining the intersection of regional commercial interests, lordship, and royal authority as part of the evolution of a small village into a rural market town. This analysis of notarial registers from Santa Coloma de Queralt addresses... show more
Market Power explores society and economy in medieval Iberia, examining the intersection of regional commercial interests, lordship, and royal authority as part of the evolution of a small village into a rural market town. This analysis of notarial registers from Santa Coloma de Queralt addresses significant themes in medieval history, such as the market economy, commerce and credit, and the interactions of businessmen across religious boundaries.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780345320711 (0345320719)
Publisher: Ballantine
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
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3.0 This Anthology Proves that Nobody Can Make You Fear & Love Robots at the Same Time as Asimov Can!
I bought this anthology, The Bicentennial Man & Other Stories, from Kitabain. This online bookstore never disappoints when I want something that is different, rare, exotic, or all that and more! The books are amazingly priced and always in good condition. Since I have the beautiful hardcover edition...
Lisa (Harmony)
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4.0 The Bicentennial Man
Arthur C. Clarke said that science fiction done well at the least can give the pleasure of a "good puzzle" and entertain. Asimov is always science fiction done well, and this collection is no exception. I don't think Asimov has a strong prose style, and his characters are rarely memorable. But in th...
johnpavley
johnpavley rated it
4.0 Imperial Earth, A Short Retrospective
I read Arthur C. Clarke's Imperial Earth back in the late 70s when I was 15 or 16 years old. It was published in 1976 as a sort of tie-in with the American Bicentennial. Isaac Asimov published The Bicentennial Man and Other Stories around the same time. I was just old enough to view these tie-ins as...
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
4.0
Robots you can like. Asimov completely owns the robot genre.
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
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Robots you can like. Asimov completely owns the robot genre.
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