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Lurton Blassingame
... Heinlein, John Barth, William F ... In 1951, author Robert A Heinlein dedicated his science fiction book The Puppet Masters "to Lurton Blassingame" ... Heinlein's posthumous 1989 book Grumbles from the Grave consists of his letters ...
Saturn's Children (Stross Novel)
... it is "a space opera and late-period Heinlein tribute" (specifically Heinlein's Friday) ... references to the works of Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein, especially to Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics, which still guide the robot society, and Heinlein's novel Friday, as the protagonist is an ... She also has a relationship to a man named "Pete." Even her name (Freya) hints at Heinlein's novel, and she is actually called "Friday" at one point, likely as a joke ...
Shasta Publishers - Works Published By Shasta
... Heinlein (1950) Sidewise in Time, by Murray Leinster (1950) Kinsmen of the Dragon, by Stanley Mullen (1951) Space on My Hands, by Fredric Brown (1951) The Green Hills of Earth, by Robert A ... Heinlein (1951) Cloak of Aesir, by John W ... Heinlein (1953) Science Fiction Carnival, edited by Fredric Brown and Mack Reynolds (1953) Space Tug, by Murray Leinster (1953) Empire of the Atom, by A ...
Maureen Johnson (Heinlein Character) - Sources
... Time Enough for Love, Heinlein, Robert A ... Putnam's Sons The Number of the Beast, Heinlein, Robert A. 1980, Fawcett The Cat Who Walks Through Walls, Heinlein, Robert A ...
Let There Be Light (short Story) - Summary
... Douglas-Martin sunpower screens appear in several other Heinlein stories, such as "The Roads Must Roll" ... Heinlein's Future History Collections The Past Through Tomorrow The Man Who Sold the Moon The Green Hills of Earth Orphans of the Sky Revolt in 2100 The Worlds of Robert A ... Heinlein Expanded Universe Short stories "Life-Line" "Let There Be Light" "The Roads Must Roll" "Blowups Happen" "The Man Who Sold the Moon" "Delilah and the ...