Author:Robert Anson Heinlein

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Robert Heinlein
(1907–1988)
U.S. science fiction writer
Robert Heinlein

Works[edit]

  • Rocket Ship Galileo - 1947 (juvenile)
  • Space Cadet - 1948 (juvenile)
  • Red Planet - 1949 (juvenile)
  • Farmer in the Sky - 1950 (juvenile)
  • Between Planets - 1951 (juvenile)
  • The Rolling Stones - 1952 (juvenile)
  • Starman Jones - 1953 (juvenile)
  • The Star Beast - 1954 (juvenile)
  • Tunnel in the Sky - 1955 (juvenile)
  • Time for the Stars - 1956 (juvenile)
  • Citizen of the Galaxy - 1957 (juvenile)
  • Have Space Suit - Will Travel - 1958 (juvenile)
  • Podkayne of Mars - 1963 (juvenile)
  • The Man Who Sold the Moon – 1950 (Future History series)
  • The Green Hills of Earth – 1951 (Future History series)
  • Revolt in 2100 – 1953 (Future History series)
  • Methuselah's Children – 1958 (Future History series)
  • Orphans of the Sky – 1963 (Future History series)
  • The Past Through Tomorrow - 1967 (Future History series - omnibus edition)
  • Time Enough for Love - 1973
  • The Notebooks of Lazarus Long - 1978 (aphorisms)
  • The Number of the Beast - 1980
  • The Cat Who Walks Through Walls - 1985
  • To Sail Beyond the Sunset - 1985
  • Beyond this Horizon - 1948
  • Sixth Column - 1949
  • Double Star - 1956 (Hugo winner)
  • The Door into Summer - 1957
  • The Menace from Earth - 1959
  • Starship Troopers - 1959 (Hugo winner)
  • Stranger in a Strange Land - 1961 (Hugo winner)
  • Glory Road - 1963
  • Farnham's Freehold - 1964
  • The Moon is a Harsh Mistress - 1966 (Hugo winner)
  • I Will Fear No Evil - 1970
  • Friday - 1982
  • Job: A Comedy of Justice - 1984
  • Waldo and Magic, Inc. - 1951 (short stories)
  • Assignment in Eternity - 1953 (short stories)
  • The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag -1959 (short stories {AKA 6xH -1961})
  • Expanded Universe - 1980 (essays and short stories)
  • Grumbles from the Grave - 1989 (posthumous, letters)
  • Tramp Royale - 1992 (posthumous, previously unpublished travel memoir)
  • Requiem - 1992 (posthumous, marginalia and tributes from other writers)
  • For Us, The Living: A Comedy of Customs (posthumous, written circa 1938, published 2003)
  • Variable Star – 2006 (posthumous, coauthored by Spider Robinson)


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