Requiem: and Tributes to the Grand Master by Robert A. Heinlein

By Robert A. Heinlein

Requiem is a compelling social gathering of Robert A. Heinlein and his imaginative and prescient, containing many new and uncollected works by way of the Grand grasp of technology fiction, together with significant novellas: vacation spot Moon, which used to be made into the well-known George good friend movie, and Tenderfoot in area. There are contributions from such luminaries as Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Silverberg, Spider Robinson, and Gordon R. Dickson, in addition to an creation by way of Virginia Heinlein.Heinlein used to be the pre-eminent technology fiction author of the 20 th century. Requiem unearths the tale of Heinlein's ardour for house exploration-his glory and his dream.

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He hurried on. Shortly Charlie realized that he was lost even though they were in a cultivated grove. "Hold it, Hans! " "I want to establish base, that's what. ” "Base is that direction," Hans answered, pointing with his machete. "My polarizer is at the house. " "Keep your eyes open; you'll learn the landmarks. We're heading that way — " Hans pointed again. " Charlie looked, saw several big trees. "We cut over a ridge. Pretty soon we come to my land. " "I won't let you get lost. " He looked around, his quick eyes picking up and discarding details.

Happens I don't know dogs. Never had one as a kid; I was raised in a big city. Since then I've been in space. " "Darn it, Slim! — you're being evasive: You know about sleep-freeze. " Slim sighed. "Kid, you're going to die someday and so am I. And so is your pup. It's the one thing we can't avoid. Why, the ship's reactor could blow up and none of us would know what hit us till they started fitting us with haloes. So why fret about whether your dog comes out of sleep-freeze? " "I didn't say that.

But don't let it scare you. " He brushed at his arm. " Oil weed burned with a clear steady flame; the boys had a hot dinner and hot tea. No precautions were taken against fire; of the many hazards on Venus, fire was not one. The problem was to get anything to burn, not to avoid forest fire. After they had eaten, one boy was examined by Mr. Qu'an in first-aid and artificial respiration. Listening, Charlie found that there was much that he must learn and unlearn; conditions were different. Then Rusty Dunlop broke out a mouth organ and they sang.

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