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Isaac Asimov is a very talented writer Isaac focuses on the intensity of his novels and short stories Suspense is one of the things he focuses on when writing short stories such as Marooned off Vesta Marooned off Vesta is a story of triumph and intelligence This story shows what can happen if you put your mind to itCorke Isaac Asimov of Jewish descent was born in Petrovichi USSR on January 2 1920 His parents were Judah and Anna Rachel Asimov Isaac also had a brother named Stanley and a sister named Marcia In 1923 the Asimovs left the Soviet Union and immigrated to the States Getting over seas was not as easy as it is today The Asimovs had to endure a horrible boat ride with horrible food seasickness and the anxiety of what the future had in store for them They made their home in Brooklyn New York where they opened a candy store Erlanger 9 When he was nine years of age after school he worked in his parents candy store It was then that began reading science fiction magazines He had to struggle to read these magazines because his father would not permit him to read such junkErlanger 9 Isaac you should be reading books with more value his father told him wilson Sooner or later his father gave in and told him not to forget his library books Erlanger 11 However this reading material was the only thing that his dad would let him touch on the magazine rack Young Isaac was a brilliant student He went through school more quickly than other students But there was one thing holding him back which was him being a class clown He was frequently in trouble for talking in class Erlanger 16 The person he could really identify with was his friend Solly Solomon Frisch Solly made up stories mostly every day off the top of his head for
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