Isaak Asimov popular known as Isaac obtained recognition as an American writer. Asimov received publication popularity in the general and science fiction genres. Also, he allocated time towards prolific writing and editing. His books received several places in the Dewey Decimal Classification categories. Asimov concentrated on the serious science fiction genres and joined Arthur C. Clarke and Robert A. Heinlein as three of the major science fiction writers of their time. One of his famous series of books includes the Foundation range.
He won the Hugo Award in 1966. Other sequences include the Robot Series (1954-1985) inclusive of Caves of Steel, published in 1954, and the Galactic Empire sequences (1950-1952). Born in Petrovichi, Smolensk Oblast, Russia, he survived double pneumonia in 1921. Asimov and his family travelled to the US in 1923 and settled in the country.
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