I, Robot; Language Study, Text Study and Essay Writting English Upper Intermediate

Topics: Isaac Asimov, I, Robot, Susan Calvin Pages: 4 (1314 words) Published: August 23, 2008
Issac Asimov

I,Robot; Language study, Text study and essay writting English upper intermediate


Asimov’s robots can be described as clumsy, hard-working, cost-efficient, soulless, strong, fast, obedient, human-made, a cleaner better breed, more human than man. Robots can be caring, gentle, self-aware, creative, intelligent and also evil, rebellious. Robots are made out of metal, plastic, aluminum, gears, bolts, wheels, sensors, memory chips, and other gadgets.


Asimov’s book “I, Robot” is full of exciting short stories about human-robot relations. But the one story that really touched me was the first of the nine: Robbie. I have read this and many other Asimov books throughout the years. Not all of them but most of them. Besides the “Foundation” series,” I, Robot” kept me reading it while sitting at the end of my chair. This book was the first Asimov book I read and it still is my favorite. Robbie is a heartwarming story about a young girl named Gloria who has a pet robot named Robbie. Robbie was created as a nursemaid robot by U.S.R (United States Robotics). Robbie was Gloria’s best friend and companion. They had an innocent and sweet relationship. Robbie was her guardian and sort of a pet. Besides Robbie, Gloria didn’t have any real friends and that started to worry her parents, especially her mother. Her mother didn’t approve of her pet friend saying that he can be dangerous and that a terrible accident may happen. But what I think is that because they are a wealthy family and considered high class, she was also concerned about what the people in the neighborhood say. As time passed, Mrs. Weston convinced Mr. Weston to get rid of the robot and replace him with a dog. Gloria wasn’t very happy about this. As time passed, she became very depressed and lonely. She didn’t eat much and was always moping around. Mrs. Weston then said that they need a change of scenery to separate Gloria from everything that reminded her to...
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