Series: Early Asimov

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The Early Asimov: Volume 1 (of 3) by Isaac AsimovPart 1 of 3
The Early Asimov: Volume 2 (of 3) by Isaac AsimovPart 2 of 3
The Early Asimov: Volume 3 (of 3) by Isaac AsimovPart 3 of 3
The Early Asimov, Book One (of Two) by Isaac AsimovPart 1 of 2
The Early Asimov, Book Two (of Two) by Isaac AsimovPart 2 of 2
Dangereuse Callisto by Isaac AsimovTome 1 of 4 [French]
Noël sur Ganymède by Isaac AsimovTome 2 of 4 [French]
Chrono-minets by Isaac AsimovTome 3 of 4 [French]
La mère des mondes by Isaac AsimovTome 4 of 4 [French]
Asimov story n. 1 by Isaac AsimovPart 1 of 4 [Italian]
Asimov story n.2 by Isaac AsimovPart 2 of 4 [Italian]
Asimov Story n. 3 - Urania 629 by Isaac AsimovPart 3 of 4 [Italian]
Asimov Story n. 4 by Isaac AsimovPart 4 of 4 [Italian]
The Early Asimov by Isaac AsimovComplete

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The full work of The Early Asimov was published in English as a 3 volume set (Volume 1, 2, 3 [Panther, Doubleday, Granada]) and a two book set (Book One, Book Two [Fawcett/Crest, Del Rey]). The Dutch version was a three volume set broken down by years. The French and Italian versions were broken into 4 volumes, but it is unclear whether these versions contain the same stories per volume. See http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/title.cg...

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