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    Four Works By or About Robert A. Heinlein, including: Time Enough for Love: The Lives of Lazarus Long. A Novel by Robert A. Heinlein. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, [1973]. First printing. Octavo. ix, 605 pages. Publisher's black cloth covers with the spine lettered in gilt. Dust jacket illustrated by Vincent Di Fate and designed by Tony Greco. Dark yellow coated endpapers. Some rubbing to the covers and jacket, tiny closed tears to the edges of the jacket, very minor sunning to the jacket spine, some creases to the jacket spine, a darkened spot to the rear free endpaper. Altogether a very good copy. This work, in the form of several novellas of the oldest living human's narrative by the renowned science fiction author Robert A. Heinlein, was nominated for the Nebula Award in 1973 and the Hugo Award in 1974. This copy is a first printing due to the $7.95 price on the front inside flap of the dust jacket. [and:] Beyond this Horizon. New York: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, [1948]. Science Fiction Classics. Octavo. vi, 186 pages. Publisher's salmon and tan weave textured boards with the front cover and spine lettered in black. Illustrated dust jacket. Top edge red. Some minor rubbing to the jacket, slightly sunned spine. Altogether a very good copy. This work was first published in Astounding Science Fiction (April and May 1942) as Anson MacDonald. Both philosophical and adventurous, this novel focuses upon a future world of controlled genetics. [and:] The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag. Hicksville, New York: The Gnome Press, Inc., [1959]. First edition. Ex-library copy. Octavo. 256 pages. Publisher's quarter orange shelf back over a geometrically patterned front board in orange, white, and purple. The back board is all orange with no pattern. Spine lettered in black. Library label affixed to the spine, some bumping to the corners, covers and spine are rubbed and slightly soiled, some stray marks on the back cover, library date due card affixed to the front free endpaper, glue damage to the front pastedown endpaper, a withdrawn stamp and sci fic stamp on the front free endpaper, some repair to the front hinge. Altogether a good copy. Heinlein collects some of his best science fiction and fantasy works in this collection, including: The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag, The Man Who Traveled in Elephants, "All You Zombies", They, Our Fair City, and "And HE Built a Crooked House". [and:] Alexei Panshin. Heinlein in Dimension: A Critical Analysis. Introduction by James Blish. Chicago: Advent: Publishers, Inc. 1968. Third Cloth and Paperbound Printing, April 1972. Octavo. ix, 204. Appendix. Index. Publisher's black and white illustrated soft paper covers. Very minor bumping to the corners, some discoloration to the spine, very minor fraying to the head and foot of the spine. Altogether a very good copy. Alexei Adams Panshin, award winning science fiction author and critic, presents in this work a studied, comprehensive, and compelling view of Robert A. Heinlein.

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