Üheksa homset

Üheksa homset By Isaac Asimov Karel Allikas Linda Ariva Priit Kenkmann Tatjana Peetersoo Jaana Talja, heksa homset Ulmeklassik Isaac Asimovi arvukatest lugudest peavad kriitikud ja lugejad sna ksmeelselt k ige tugevamaks novellikogu heksa homset mille heksast loost on eesti keeles varem ilmunud vaid aj
  • Title: Üheksa homset
  • Author: Isaac Asimov Karel Allikas Linda Ariva Priit Kenkmann Tatjana Peetersoo Jaana Talja
  • ISBN: 9789949578306
  • Page: 416
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  • Üheksa homset By Isaac Asimov Karel Allikas Linda Ariva Priit Kenkmann Tatjana Peetersoo Jaana Talja, Ulmeklassik Isaac Asimovi 1920 1992 arvukatest lugudest peavad kriitikud ja lugejad sna ksmeelselt k ige tugevamaks novellikogu heksa homset , mille heksast loost on eesti keeles varem ilmunud vaid ajareisi ulme meistriteos Inetu poisike legendaarses antoloogias Lilled Algernonile.Lisaks leiab sellest valimikust aga veel kirjaniku ehk k ige tuntuma l hiloo ldseUlmeklassik Isaac Asimovi 1920 1992 arvukatest lugudest peavad kriitikud ja lugejad sna ksmeelselt k ige tugevamaks novellikogu heksa homset , mille heksast loost on eesti keeles varem ilmunud vaid ajareisi ulme meistriteos Inetu poisike legendaarses antoloogias Lilled Algernonile.Lisaks leiab sellest valimikust aga veel kirjaniku ehk k ige tuntuma l hiloo ldse hiigelarvuti Multivaci ts klisse kuuluva Viimase k simuse , mis oli Asimovi isiklik lemmik oma mahukast loomingust, kirjaniku vahest kuulsaima l hiromaani Amet , mis r gib haridusest, petamisest ja geniaalsusest, ning detektiiv Wendell Urthi sarja kuuluva teaduslik fantastilise kriminaalloo Surelik .
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    1. Isaac Asimov Karel Allikas Linda Ariva Priit Kenkmann Tatjana Peetersoo Jaana Talja

      Isaac Asimov was a Russian born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, best known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.Professor Asimov is generally considered one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited than 500 books and an estimated 90,000 letters and postcards He has works published in nine of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System lacking only an entry in the 100s category of Philosophy.Asimov is widely considered a master of the science fiction genre and, along with Robert A Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke, was considered one of the Big Three science fiction writers during his lifetime Asimov s most famous work is the Foundation Series his other major series are the Galactic Empire series and the Robot series, both of which he later tied into the same fictional universe as the Foundation Series to create a unified future history for his stories much like those pioneered by Robert A Heinlein and previously produced by Cordwainer Smith and Poul Anderson He penned numerous short stories, among them Nightfall , which in 1964 was voted by the Science Fiction Writers of America the best short science fiction story of all time, a title many still honor He also wrote mysteries and fantasy, as well as a great amount of nonfiction Asimov wrote the Lucky Starr series of juvenile science fiction novels using the pen name Paul French.Most of Asimov s popularized science books explain scientific concepts in a historical way, going as far back as possible to a time when the science in question was at its simplest stage He often provides nationalities, birth dates, and death dates for the scientists he mentions, as well as etymologies and pronunciation guides for technical terms Examples include his Guide to Science, the three volume set Understanding Physics, and Asimov s Chronology of Science and Discovery.Asimov was a long time member and Vice President of Mensa International, albeit reluctantly he described some members of that organization as brain proud and aggressive about their IQs He took joy in being president of the American Humanist Association The asteroid 5020 Asimov, the magazine Asimov s Science Fiction, a Brooklyn, NY elementary school, and two different Isaac Asimov Awards are named in his honor Isaac Asimov 2007, November 29 In , The Free Encyclopedia Retrieved 21 50, November 29, 2007, from enpedia wiki Isaac_As

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    1. At t de fain a fost colec ia asta, Asimov nu m dezam ge te niciodat Dintre cele nou povestiri ale volumului, cel mai mult m au impresionat Ultima ntrebare, Corbii bl nzi, Toate necazurile lumii i B ie elul cel ur t Ingenioas , oarecum nsp im nt toare i scris cu un fantastic sim al anticipa iei, ntrebarea final e sclipitoare nu at t prin personaje c t mai ales prin ideile at t de complex disecate n c teva sute de pagini inteligen a artificial i rela ia ei cu umanitatea, expansiunea oamenilor prin [...]


    2. I devoured this little but mighty short story collection It amazes me at how much Asimov can pack into such a small amount of space He continues to blow me away with his thoughtful, critical, complex science fiction I wanted than just the nine tomorrows Favorites The Gentle Vultures, The Ugly Little Boy The Last Question which I have previously read loved


    3. Isaac Asimov may very well be the most prolific author in modern history With over 500 books to his credit 506, to be exactgo to asimovonline for the full list, if you don t believe me , covering just about every subject in the Dewey Decimal System except philosophy, I believe , the man was a real marvel One of these 500 volumes, Nine Tomorrows, is a collection of short stories that Doc Ike first had published in various magazines during the period July 56 to November 58 As the title suggests, a [...]


    4. Two nights ago I really wanted to read a book before bed, but it was late, and I knew that I would end up reading until all hours of the morning and regret it the next day So, I scoured the mass market Mt TBR and found a thin book, which also happened to be a collection of short stories Yay Last night I finished reading this book, and as can be expected, it was an engaging read, with each short story providing a different insight into how in some cases, minor and insignificant actions and events [...]



    5. This collection of short stories was first published in 1959, and contains one of Asimov s most well known sci fi short stories, The Feeling of Power, which I first read in a school reader, and at that time it made a powerful effect on me This truly fits the actual hard core definition of scifi because science is at the heart of most of it I am not longer a fan of Asimov s writings, but you can see where so many of today s scifi tales started with authors like this Unlike Jules Verne, Asimov was [...]


    6. Read this when I was a lot younger I liked it as I like almost all of Asimov s works I liked the fact that he did not show the world as having this perfectly rose colored future Maybe it was due to his Russian heritage Maybe it was due to the cold war Whatever the reason it reflected the times in which I lived and life sure as heck was not perfect There were great things like computers, electronics and landings on the moon There were terrible thing like horrible poverty, war and racism That was [...]


    7. Didn t put a lot of stock into this book simply because they were short stories but I have never been wrong These are by far my favorite writings by Asimov Could NOT Put The Book Down Asimov, god of scifi, managed to remain thought provoking in a limited amount of space and really raised a ton of valid questions about out actions today Since he wrote this around the Cold War time, it is a little out of date with current events, but the main idea about mathematical theory still holds true The La [...]


    8. These stories prove the greatness of Isaac Asimov He successfully predicted supercomputers, downloading, scanners and And even if you don t acknowledge his foresight, you can t deny these are excellent stories In particular, the last two tales tug at your heart strings and blow your mind not necessarily in that order Asimov deserves his place in history as one of science fiction s great prophets and storytellers.


    9. Such an incredible collection of short stories My favourite was The Ugly Little Boy So heartbreaking What was amazing and terrifying , was how realistic all of these scenarios were So thought provoking 100% recommend.


    10. Consisting of nine short stories, Asimov writes in a way that was incredibly inventive for his time Not all of the stories are equal in quality, but the ones that are great are truly great A good use of time for fans of older science fiction, and not too hard to breeze through in a week or so.


    11. A collection of nine short stories, TALES OF THE NEAR FUTURE, by Isaac Asimov the prolific writer editor of than 500 books and professor of biochemistry at Boston University As one of the Big Three SF writers of his time he was published in 9 of the 10 major categories of the Dewey Decimal Classification Has with many writer this collection is made up of stories that were all originally published in science fiction magazine between 1956 and 1958.Profession 1957 4 STARS Earth of the 66th century [...]


    12. Nagu juba p ris paljude varem eesti keeles ilmunud, v ib elda et krestomaatiliste, klassikaliste ulmejuttudega, selgub siingi ebameeldiv t siasi, et ammusel ja kaugel vene ajal t lgitud ja ilmunud lugu ongi parim mis sest portsust v tta Kehtis sama Uurimismeeskonnaga , kehtis sama Arnoldi und Gregoriga, kehtib sama siingi Linnasuuruste arvutitega m llamise ja mingite veidrate tulnuka ja kosmoselugude k rval eristub teistest D omolungmak rguselt le Inetu poisike , mis toob kurku tuttava klombi, i [...]


    13. Voici quelques aper us tonnants sur les futurs probables qui attendent notre humanit Tous les ennuis du monde est l histoire tragique d un ordinateur g ant, Multivac, qui, dou d une puissance intellectuelle illimit e, d couvre un jour la difficult d tre L affreux petit gar on raconte comment un jeune n andertalien arrach notre pr histoire est devenu le cobaye d une impitoyable exp rience scientifique Avec un m lange inimitable d humour et de r alisme, combinant la science et la fantaisie, Asimov [...]


    14. Only Asimov could write an eloquent description of a vastly intelligent species wise beyond man and whereupon a member of that species kidnaps a specimen of ours to impart some cosmic common sense, our man remarks aptly Holy toledo, it s a monkey No author ever mixed so well the pulp parlance of his times with elegant dreams and nightmares of science fiction But when he goes for the full cosmic boogie in the form of the Arthur C Clarke like The Last Question , he strikes at the ultimate fate of [...]


    15. Rounds up to a 4 star, we ll say Some weaker points that reminded me of my disappointment in Pebble in the Sky but lots good sci fi Very enjoyable I think the short story length suits Asimov very well, as he seems able to call up decent characters and play them out well in brief stints I loved the implied philosophy in many of the pieces and he surprised me by doing a couple sci fi mystery genre weaves that were both amusing and satisfying I m really hoping that Stars, Like Dust will be at leas [...]


    16. A good short story collection from Isaac Asimov Favourites The Feeling of PowerThe Gentle VulturesThe Ugly Little Boy


    17. Algunos de los primeros cuentos de Isaac Asimov, un poema y algunas notas curiosas.Varios de los cuentos son ya tan famosos que algunas veces existen por s solas o est n recopiladas en otras colecciones.El libro abre con un poema que tiene un t tulo con traducci n rara Originalmente se llama I just make them up, see Los acabo de hacer, vean , pero lo tradujeron como Vale la pena leerme,vean Creo que m s que nada es una ocurrencia asimoviana, pero con un t tulo mal traducido, como que se despiert [...]


    18. Part two of The Complete Stories, Volume 1 I was disheartened after the strange stories in the first part of that collection, but that all changed the moment I read Profession That might be favorite short story ever, right up there with the I, Robot stories Such an interesting idea about education and creativity I think I might use it in teacher workshops someday The Feeling of Power is similar and just as through provoking All the Troubles of the World is the first Multivac story I ever read, a [...]


    19. The nine stories in this collection are simply gems Each story is enjoyable Each story moves quickly, and each has a theme that resonants in the imagination and continues to provide food for thought today as much as it did when these stories where written in the 1950s One aspect of these stories that I liked is that the stories do not involve war or violent conflict that we have come accustomed to in the majority of contemporary scifi fantasy movies and stories The crux of the stories are relati [...]


    20. I m not much of a sci fi fan, so if you re looking for relevant insight as to how this book measures up to the many classics by Asimov and his peers, I m not the man to ask As a matter of fact, I m usually not the man to ask about anything certainly not if you re looking for a correct or sensible response However, let me give you my brief credentials I once knew a guy named Erik who happened to be a f cking Latvian, of all things who was a huge sci fi fanatic, he worshipped Asimov, lived on a di [...]


    21. A very nice set of stories, which often surprised me with the twists at the end despite having read the book before perhaps a few years ago Interestingly I don t feel like Asimov s stories have aged as much as Robert Heinlein s Stranger in a Strange Land , even though I think they were written a few years earlier than Heinlein s book.Of course you still get incongruous old fashioned technology being used years in the future and such, but Asimov s stories seem to be less connected to a specific t [...]


    22. V iksin siia kirjutada pika l igu sellest, kuidas Asimov on ks mu lemmikkirjanikke, ent olen seda juba t tuseni korranud Nii et tlen lihtsalt, et taaskord oli tegu v ga hea kogumikuga suurep raselt autorilt Eks muidugi oli lugusid, mis k netasid rohkem ja neid, mis v hem Asimovi skaalas v iks hindeks olla ka 4 5, ent suures pildis on kogumik v ga head hinnet v rt Kuna suure t en osusega haaran selle kunagi tulevikuks ka uuesti k tte, siis hetkel oleks minu lugude paremusj rjestus 1 Amet2 Kirjuta [...]


    23. Not all the stories in this volume are five star standard some are better than others but it still gets a five star rating from me for Profession alone An inspiring tale that has stuck with me for years and gets timelier as technology races along.


    24. I re read this book from my childhood for the sake of the Neanderthal story, The Ugly Child Asimov is mostly diverting through cleverness, but he showed in this story that he could be affective as well.





    25. I had read several stories in this collection in other collections, but this book had no duds lots of fun, including several SciFi mysteries that I particularly enjoyed.



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