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The Notebooks of Lazarus Long. 1978 The Notebooks of Lazarus Long
by Robert A. Heinlein
First Edition 1978
G.P. Putnam's Sons
New York
ISBN 0399122427
Landscape format chapbook
Illustrated by D.F. Vassallo
64 pages
Price: $4.95

The Notebooks of Lazarus Long, a chapbook containing personal observations and philosophical musings from the notebooks of Lazarus Long, as recorded by Robert A. Heinlein.

Calligraphy and drawings by D.F. Vassallo.

Previously published as "intermissions" within Time Enough For Love (1973) and in the June 1973 issue of Analog. They were also reprinted in shortened form in the August 1979 issue of Omni.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Lazarus Long is the unique and fascinating protagonist who appears in Robert A. Heinlein’s masterful science fiction series of Future History stories and novels. Long is the only human being who has been granted the ability to live for tens of thousands of years. His adventures and experiences, his inexhaustible zest for life, and his ironic appreciation of the successes and failures of civilization make the observations contained in the Notebooks highly entertaining reading. Originally appearing as interludes in Heinlein’s novel Time Enough for Love, the Notebooks are now published separately for the first time in a special edition illuminated by the noted calligrapher D. F. Vassallo.

Robert A. Heinlein is the greatest living writer of science fiction. His-novels and stories have delighted readers for nearly forty years. He has won the Hugo Award for the best SF novel of the year four times.

D. F. Vassallo has been a fan of Heinlein’s for many years. He originally began this calligraphic series from the Notebooks as a private project to hang in his home.

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