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Record Number: 51880
   
The Past Through Tomorrow Book One. 1977 The Past Through Tomorrow Book One
by Robert A. Heinlein
First Edition 1977.
New English Library.
London.
ISBN 0450032000.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Tim White.
320 pages.
Price: £4.95.

Notes
The Past Through Tomorrow Book One, a collection of Future History short fiction by Robert A. Heinlein.

  • Life-Line
  • The Roads Must Roll
  • Blowups Happen
  • The Man Who Sold the Moon
  • Delilah and the Space-Rigger
  • Space Jockey
  • Requiem
  • The Long Watch
  • Gentlemen, Be Seated
  • The Black Pits of Luna
  • "It's Great to Be Back!"
Also includes a Future History timeline chart.

Also issued as The Past Through Tomorrow Vol.1 (1978).

The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1978 New English Library paperback edition, ISBN 0450040046. Cover illustration by Tim White.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
HEINLEIN’S FUTURE HISTORY

The first volume in a stunning new anthology of SF stories.

In 1939, inspired by a short-story contest, Robert Heinlein wrote his first story. It was called Lifeline, and it signalled the beginning of a brilliant literary career. It was the first of Heinlein's 'future history' tales.

In this two-volume anthology are collected the twenty short stories and novellas which form the core of Heinlein's achievement, accompanied by the author's own chart showing the scheme of the events and ideas covered. They prove, once and for all, Heinlein's true claim to the title 'Dean of science fiction'.

 
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