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Old 11-17-2010, 12:45 PM   #11
bill_mchale
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Note, while the stories in I Robot are set in the same universe (or maybe multiverse) as the Caves of Steel and the Naked Sun, they have very little impact on the stories in the two novels. Essentially they occur a thousand years before the novels. Other than mentioning Susan Calvin (I think she is mentioned, its been a while since I read them) and dealing with the same fear of Robots by the common man, they have no impact on the stories being told.

In other words, feel free to read those stories (and Asimov's other Robot stories) any time you want.

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