Dipl Ing Norbert Heinlein Bibliography

Chronological Bibliography: Robert A. Heinlein

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  • Author: Robert A. Heinlein Author Record # 29
  • Legal Name: Heinlein, Robert Anson
  • Birthplace: Butler, Missouri, USA
  • Birthdate: 7 July 1907
  • Deathdate: 8 May 1988
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:Books and Writers, heinleinsociety.org, IMDB, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN, Wikipedia-JA
  • Used These Alternate Names:Anonymous #1, Bob, Роберт Хайнлайн?, R・A・ハインライン?, Robert Hajnlajn, Robert Heinlein, R. A. Heinlein, Robert Anson Heinlein, ロバート・A・ハインライン?, ロバート・ハインライン?, Anson MacDonald, Lyle Monroe, John Riverside, Caleb Saunders
  • Additional Bibliographic Comments:Author:Robert A. Heinlein
  • Author Tags:science fiction (34), young-adult sf (15), juvenile sf (14), X Minus 1 (8), time travel (7), Dimension X (7), Anatomy of Wonder 1 Core Collection (6), military sf (6), mars (4), into-movie (4), generation ship (4), list NPR Top100 (2011) (3), SF: The 100 Best Novels 1949-1984 (3), artificial intelligence (3), Young Adult (3), parallel universe (2), space opera (2), into-tv (2), special ops (2), transdimensional (2) and 54 additional tags. View all tags for Robert A. Heinlein
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Novels
  • "If This Goes On —" (1940) also appeared as:
  • Rocket Ship Galileo (1947) also appeared as:
  • Beyond This Horizon (1948) also appeared as:
  • Space Cadet (1948) also appeared as:
  • Red Planet (1949) also appeared as:
  • Sixth Column (1949) also appeared as:
  • Farmer in the Sky (1950) also appeared as:
  • Between Planets (1951) also appeared as:
  • The Puppet Masters (1951) also appeared as:
  • The Rolling Stones (1952) also appeared as:
  • Starman Jones (1953) also appeared as:
  • The Star Beast (1954) also appeared as:
  • Tunnel in the Sky (1955) also appeared as:
  • Double Star (1956) also appeared as:
  • Time for the Stars (1956) also appeared as:
  • The Door Into Summer (1957) also appeared as:
  • Citizen of the Galaxy (1957) also appeared as:
  • Methuselah's Children (1958) also appeared as:
  • Have Space Suit - Will Travel (1958) also appeared as:
  • Starship Troopers (1959) also appeared as:
  • Stranger in a Strange Land (1961) also appeared as:
  • Glory Road (1963) also appeared as:
  • Podkayne of Mars (1963) also appeared as:
  • Orphans of the Sky (1963) also appeared as:
  • Farnham's Freehold (1964) also appeared as:
  • The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress (1966) also appeared as:
  • I Will Fear No Evil (1970) also appeared as:
  • Time Enough for Love (1973) also appeared as:
  • The Number of the Beast (1980) also appeared as:
  • Friday (1982) also appeared as:
  • Job: A Comedy of Justice (1984) also appeared as:
  • The Cat Who Walks Through Walls (1985) also appeared as:
  • To Sail Beyond the Sunset (1987) also appeared as:
  • For Us, the Living: A Comedy of Customs (2004) also appeared as:
  • Variable Star (2006) withSpider Robinson
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Summary Bibliography: Robert A. Heinlein

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  • Author: Robert A. Heinlein Author Record # 29
  • Legal Name: Heinlein, Robert Anson
  • Birthplace: Butler, Missouri, USA
  • Birthdate: 7 July 1907
  • Deathdate: 8 May 1988
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:Books and Writers, heinleinsociety.org, IMDB, SFE3, Wikipedia-EN, Wikipedia-JA
  • Used These Alternate Names:Anonymous #1, Bob, Роберт Хайнлайн?, R・A・ハインライン?, Robert Hajnlajn, Robert Heinlein, R. A. Heinlein, Robert Anson Heinlein, ロバート・A・ハインライン?, ロバート・ハインライン?, Anson MacDonald, Lyle Monroe, John Riverside, Caleb Saunders
  • Additional Bibliographic Comments:Author:Robert A. Heinlein
  • Author Tags:science fiction (34), young-adult sf (15), juvenile sf (14), X Minus 1 (8), time travel (7), Dimension X (7), Anatomy of Wonder 1 Core Collection (6), military sf (6), mars (4), into-movie (4), generation ship (4), list NPR Top100 (2011) (3), SF: The 100 Best Novels 1949-1984 (3), artificial intelligence (3), Young Adult (3), parallel universe (2), space opera (2), into-tv (2), special ops (2), transdimensional (2) and 54 additional tags. View all tags for Robert A. Heinlein
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Fiction Series
  • Future History
    • Life-Line (1939) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Misfit (1939) [SF] also appeared as:
    • "If This Goes On —" (1940) also appeared as:
    • Let There Be Light (1940) [SF] also appeared as:
    • The Roads Must Roll (1940) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Coventry (1940) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Blowups Happen (1940) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Logic of Empire (1941) [SF] also appeared as:
    • "—We Also Walk Dogs" (1941) [SF] also appeared as:
    • The Green Hills of Earth (1947) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Space Jockey (1947) [SF] also appeared as:
    • "It's Great to Be Back!" (1947) [SF] also appeared as:
    • The Black Pits of Luna (1948) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Gentlemen, Be Seated! (1948) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Ordeal in Space (1948) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Delilah and the Space-Rigger (1949) [SF] also appeared as:
    • The Long Watch (1949) [SF] also appeared as:
    • The Man Who Sold the Moon (1950) [C] also appeared as:
    • The Green Hills of Earth (1951) [C] also appeared as:
    • Revolt in 2100 (1953) [C] also appeared as:
    • The Menace from Earth (1957) [SF] also appeared as:
    • L'homme qui vendit la Lune [French] (1958) [C] [only as byRobert Heinlein]
    • Searchlight (1962) [SF] also appeared as:
    • Orphans of the Sky (1963) also appeared as:
    • The Past Through Tomorrow (1967) [C] also appeared as:
    • Histoire du Futur: Tome 1 [French] (1967) [O]
    • Tableau chronologique (Histoire du Futur: Tome 1) [French] (1967) [ES]
    • Histoire du Futur: Tome 2 [French] (1969) [O]
    • Tableau chronologique (Histoire du Futur: Tome 2) [French] (1969) [ES]
    • Green Hills of Earth and Gentlemen Be Seated (1985) [C]
    • The Future History of Robert Heinlein: Volume I (2010) [C]
    • The Future History of Robert Heinlein: Volume II (2010) [C]
    • D. D. Harriman

  • Glory Road
  • Lazarus Long
    • Methuselah's Children (1958) also appeared as:
    • Excerpts From the Notebooks of Lazarus Long (1973) [SF]
    • More Excerpts From the Notebooks of Lazarus Long (1973) [SF]
    • Time Enough for Love (1973) also appeared as:
    • Time Enough for Love (excerpt) (1974) [SF]
    • The Notebooks of Lazarus Long (excerpt) (1979) [SF]
    • The Number of the Beast (1980) also appeared as:
    • The Cat Who Walks Through Walls (1985) also appeared as:
    • To Sail Beyond the Sunset (1987) also appeared as:

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