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Letter signed by Isaac Asimov (1950)

Letter signed by Isaac Asimov (1950)

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In 1950, Isaac Asimov, the brilliant inventor of science fiction, discusses journalists' criticisms with his editor.

Letter signed by Isaac Asimov to Erle Korshak of Shasta Publishers in Chicago. One page. In English. Approximately 21 cm x 29 cm. United States, August 14, 1950. Excellent condition. Single piece.


(...) I just received an unreviewed copy of ' The best Science-Fiction Stories: 1950'. (Frederic Fell). Ironic in a way, isn't it? (...)

A Russian-born, American-born scientist, Isaac Asimov (1920 - 1992) was one of the most prolific writers of all time, having written or edited more than 500 science fiction books, with a particular talent: giving popular explanations for complex principles.

It was in 1939 that Isaac Asimov started contributing stories to science fiction magazines, and in 1950 he published his first book and one of his greatest works, "Robot". Despite being a Doctor of Science from Columbia University since 1947, he preferred to dedicate himself to writing and earn little. However, towards the end of his life, the author often referred to the 1950s as his "golden decade", which makes this letter valuable.

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