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The stories contained within the book are somewhat unusual. Mr Greenberg made some very interesting and eclectic choices to illustrate the history of the robot. Many of the tales are a little more cerebral than one might expect and as a whole The Robot and The Man is a surprisingly refreshing and thought provoking anthology and a superbly applied take on the history of the robot. I could even admit to being a little emotional at times.

Complete review at: The Great Gnome Press Science Fiction Odyssey, and a close-up examination of the book itself.
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