copyright 1982; Doubleday & Company publishers, New York; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages and tight binding; dust jacket not good with tears.
"It was Isaac Asimov who coined the word 'robotics.' No less that seven of his collections have included stories of metal, plastic & even organic mechanical men (and a woman or two as well, not to mention a dog) whose positronic brains lead them - usually wiiht a little human assistance - into every variety of situation, ofter of the most unexpected sort & with the most unlooked for consequences. Here is every last one of Isaac Asimov's robot stories, including some which have never before appeared in a book. Asimov fans, science fiction fans, robot fans, & those who love entertainking, logcal, puzzling, & stimulating tales will all welcome The Complete Robot."