Robert A. Heinlein

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رابرت آنسون هاین‌لاین, Heinlein, 羅伯特·海萊因, and 45 others R. A ハインライン, Simon York, هاين‌لاين، رابرت, Anson Macdonald, Robertas Heinleinas, רוברט היינליין, റോബർട്ട് എ. ഹൈൻലൈൻ, Robert Anson Heinlein, Хайнлайн, Robert A. HeinLein, Lo-po Hai-lai-en, โรเบิร์ต เอ. ไฮน์ไลน์, ロバート・A・ハインライン, ロバート・A ハインライン, Lo-po Hai-Lai-en, Роберт Хайнлайн, Ρόμπερτ Χαϊνλάιν, R. A. Heinlein, Lyle Monroe, রবার্ট এ হাইনলাইন, ロバート ハインライン, 로버트 A. 하인라인, Anson MacDonald, Хайнлайн. Роберт, רוברט אנסון הינלין, Роберт Э Хайнлайн, Roberts Heinleins, Ռոբերտ Հայնլայն, Robert Haynlayn, Caleb Saunders, Rābirt Hāyinʹlāyn, Robŭrt Khaĭnlaĭn, Robert A. Heinlein, ராபர்ட் ஏ. ஐன்லைன், R ハイライン, Robert Khaĭnlaĭn, Robert Heinlein, Robert A. Hajnlajn, John Riverside, Robert Chejnlejn, Робърт Хайнлайн, Roberts Hainlains, Роберт Гайнлайн, Robert A Heinlein, روبرت أنسون هيينلين
July 7, 1907
May 8, 1988

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Robert Anson Heinlein was an American science fiction writer. Often called "the dean of science fiction writers", he was one of the most popular, influential, and controversial authors of the genre. He set a high standard for science and engineering plausibility and helped to raise the genre's standards of literary quality. He was one of the first writers to break into mainstream, general magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post, in the late 1940s, with unvarnished science fiction. He was among the first authors of bestselling, novel-length science fiction in the modern, mass-market era. For many years, Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, and Arthur C. Clarke were known as the "Big Three" of science fiction. (Source.)

Books by Robert A. Heinlein