Heinlein


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United States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)

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by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson, have their devotees, Rand and Heinlein and their occasional epigones rule the literary libertarian roost.
Edward Neumeier, Starship Troopers, based on the novel by Robert Heinlein, 1996, 4-5.
It is also in this post-war era that Robert Heinlein began his juvenile series of twelve novels, starting with Rocket Ship Galileo in 1947 through Have Space Suit, Will Travel in 1958.
At this point Heinlein modifies his racial designation to a 'short stocky brown man', but still definitely not that of a white member of the reborn America.
King recommended trying Widia Heinlein HexaCut milling cutters on the parts for both roughing and finishing passes.
This satisfying blend of fiction and nonfiction offers far more insights into Heinlein's work than fiction or memoir alone, and will attract any Heinlein fan who hunters for more of his works.
One of the most amazing examples is Grokker--the name is derived from the Robert Heinlein science fiction novel term "grok" that means to understand through intimate and exhaustive knowledge--originally a fee-based desktop tool that was recently released in a free Web-based version.
And yet, since my reading life was completely remade by The Crying of Lot 49 (before Pynchon: Vonnegut, Brautigan, Heinlein, Irving; after Pynchon: Borges, Beckett, Garcia Marquez, Burroughs, Coover, Gaddis), it seems severe for Pynchon to hold that novel to the high standards of, say, Gravity's Rainbow or Mason & Dixon.
Heinlein, the author of 'Stranger in a Strange Land', was part of the golden age of science fiction and was rated alongside Isaac Asimov and Arthur C.
For someone who cut their teeth on the works of Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein and later Octavia E.
When it comes to competitors, director of system marketing John Heinlein, said Efficeon would match or outperform rival processors at 7W, which he said was the critical thermal limit for fanless notebook systems.
HE MAY not be as well-known as fellow sci-fi scribes Isaac Asimov, James Herbert and Robert A Heinlein, but if you measure success by the number of blockbuster movies based on an author's work, then Dick is streets ahead.
Robert Heinlein stated it best: "There ain't no such thing as a free lunch.
But Heinlein thinks OSHA is missing an opportunity to encourage construction companies in low-use states to partake of the program.