Robert A. Heinlein


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Noun1.Robert A. Heinlein - United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)
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Wells, On the Writing of Speculative Fiction by Robert A. Heinlein, What Do you Mean: Science Fiction?
The dedication simply reads, "This brand-new novel is dedicated to Robert A. Heinlein, A.
My favorite writer is, of course, Robert A. Heinlein.
They apply the tools of literary criticism to the prolific work of American science fiction giant Robert A. Heinlein (1907-88).
Playfully and portentously examining themes of destiny, mutability and identity through the story of two strangers whose lives turn out to be intricately linked, sibling filmmakers Peter and Michael Spierig offer a skillful and atmospheric adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein's 1960 short story "--All You Zombies--and if it's better in the intimate early stages than in the more grandiose later passages, all in all it's the sort of boldly illogical head trip that gives preposterousness a good name.
Robert A. Heinlein is by far the most written-about figure in the history of American science fiction.
"Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own." Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988) was an American science fiction writer.
Time for the Stars, by Robert A. Heinlein (1956): Identical twins are enlisted to be the human radios that will keep starships in contact with Earth, but one of them has to stay behind while the other explores the depths of space.
General Semantics is an extension of that study to investigate how we evaluate the use of those symbols [Kondo, Robert A. Heinlein, Requiem and Tributes to The Grand Master, p.
Featuring tracks every three minutes for easy bookmarking, The Green Hills of Earth is an unabridged audiobook on CD collecting short stories by Robert A. Heinlein, one of the most popular science fiction authors and winner of the 1975 Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement.
She was of the generation of writers (that included such luminaries as Robert A. heinlein, Jack Williamson, and Ray Bradbury) who were to elevate Science Fiction and Fantasy to the status of a respectable and commercially successful literary genre.
In addition to the work of Ursula Le Guin, Nancy Kress's set of novels on the species she calls 'Vines' make a helpful contrast with the paranoia of a story such as Robert A. Heinlein's The Puppet Masters.