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The author himself has often denied that the stories in this book are prophecy.
Robert A. Heinlein The Past Through Tomorrow Introduction by Damon Knight The year is 1967, and in Carmel, California, a retired admiral named Robert A. Heinlein is tending his garden. Commissioned in 1929, he served through World War II with distinction, taught aeronautical engineering for a few years, then became a partner in a modestly successful electronics firm. Aside from his neighbors, his business associate. The author himself has often denied that the stories in this book are prophecy. Yet it is apparent that some of Heinlein's fictional forecasts have already come true - not literally but symbolically.
He eased through the door without waiting for an answer; MacKinnon was close behind hi. A clanging alarm sounded through the corridor. Magee went down fighting, but he was outclassed and caught off guard.
He eased through the door without waiting for an answer; MacKinnon was close behind him. The lighted corridor led away to the right and ended in a large double door to the street. On the left wall, near the street door, a smaller office door stood open. He jerked his head free and shouted, Run for it, kid!
This book is mainly important as a "primary sourcer", to see how Heinlein developed his later non-nonsense .
This book is mainly important as a "primary sourcer", to see how Heinlein developed his later non-nonsense, brusque (and very often, later, highly-opinionated) writing style - as evidenced in such stories as the delightfully timely - and cynical - "The Man Who Sold the Moon" and the stirring "The Green Hills of Earth. All of his "Future History" stories are included, including the novel METHUSELAH'S CHILDREN. This book is a must for any "serious" sci fi collector.
George Strong snorted at his partner’s declaration. Delos, why don’t you give up? You’ve been singing this tune for years. Maybe someday men will get to the Moon, though I doubt it. Delos, why don’t you give up? You’ve been singing this tune for years and I will never live to see it. The loss of the power satellite washes the matter up for our generation. D. Harriman grunted. We won’t see it if we sit on our fat behinds and don’t do anything to make it happen. But we can make it happen. Question number one: how? Question number two: why? . ‘Why?’.
The Past through Tomorrow: Future History Stories. This is the first Heinlein book I ever read, and I have never looked back since. A fantastic collection of thought-provoking and interconnected stories made for a very excellent read. Part of the Future History or "Heinlein Timeline" Series). by Robert A. Heinlein.
Full english version. It’s been a full third of a century since Robert A. Heinlein began to write fiction about an imaginary-but highly possible-future
Full english version. Heinlein began to write fiction about an imaginary-but highly possible-future. His most recent novel, TIME ENOUGH FOR LOVE (1973), is the capstone of this great life’s work. As the stories poured forth, Heinlein created a gigantic chart-filling an entire wall of his study-to keep track of his future world and the progress of its people and civilizations.
The Past Through Tomorrow (Future History,. Heinlein · Damon Knight.
The Past Through Tomorrow (Future History, by Robert A.