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 (hīn′līn, -lĭn), Robert Anson 1907-1988.
American writer of science fiction whose works include Stranger in a Strange Land (1961) and The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (1966).
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Noun1.Heinlein - United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)
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forthcoming), Heinlein and Korzybski: Maps of General Semantics.
Since Heinlein left no ending for his novel, Robinson provides one that hints at a sequel.
The 'soft' work of Le Guin and Kress will be the essay's main focus over against the tough-mindedness and 'hard' SF of Heinlein.
Heinlein wants us to take seriously in his Starship Troopers; he is less good on Trooper's geopolitical allegory: see H.
An armed society is a polite society" is usually attributed to science fiction writer Robert Heinlein.
Sony released its ``Starship Troopers'' movie, based on the Robert Heinlein book and featuring computer-generated giant insects, in late 1997 to moderate box office returns of $57 million domestically.
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In Starship Troopers (1959), his seminal work, Heinlein uses the gosh-wow conventions of pulp-era space opera to advance a political agenda that celebrates America's future as the Rome of the space age.
Heinlein returned to writing in 1947, with an eye toward a more sophisticated audience.
Malys will join the Compensation and Nominating Committees; Robert Heinlein will move off of the Board's Nominating Committee and Scott Filstrup from the Compensation Committee to provide seats for Mr.
In recognition of his recent accomplishments in commercial space activities, Bezos won the Heinlein Prize and a quarter of a million dollars in winnings.
Johannes Heinlein, a senior director of strategic partnerships for edX, saysa Access is one of our primary drivers and this will help broaden access worldwide.