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10:32 am: I has a feminist science fiction class!

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From:[info]dsgood
Date:November 20th, 2007 07:53 pm (UTC)
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Congratulations!

Something a bit earlier, from a writer who's sometimes considered anti-feminist; from the Internet Speculative Fiction Data Base (http://isfdb.org):

Title: Delilah and the Space-Rigger
Author: Robert A. Heinlein
Year: 1949
Type: SHORTFICTION

* The Past Through Tomorrow, (date unknown, Robert A. Heinlein, Ace, 0-441-65304-9, $5.50, 830pp, pb, coll)
* The Green Hills of Earth, (1951, Robert A. Heinlein, Shasta, #51-8740, $3.00, 256pp, hc, coll) Cover: Hubert Rogers
* The Robert Heinlein Omnibus, (1958, Robert A. Heinlein, Sidgwick & Jackson, hc, coll)
* A Robert Heinlein Omnibus, (1966, Robert A. Heinlein, Sidgwick & Jackson, L1.50, hc, omni)
* The Past Through Tomorrow, (1967, Robert A. Heinlein, G. P. Putnam's, hc, coll)
* The Past Through Tomorrow, (1967, Robert A. Heinlein, SFBC, 0-7394-1051-2, 785pp, hc, coll) Cover: Bruce Jensen
* The Green Hills of Earth, (1967, Robert Heinlein, Pan, X679, 3/6, 189pp, pb, coll) - [VERIFIED]
* Wide-Angle Lens: Stories of Time and Space, (1980, Phyllis R. Fenner, William Morrow, 0-688-22241-2, $8.95, 223pp, hc, anth)
* The Green Hills of Earth, (Nov 1987, Robert A. Heinlein, Baen, 0-671-65608-2, $3.50, 270pp, pb, coll) Cover: John Melo
* The Past Through Tomorrow, (1988, Robert A. Heinlein, Ace, 0-441-65304-9, $5.95, 830pp, pb, coll) - [VERIFIED]
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From:[info]limyaael
Date:November 20th, 2007 08:47 pm (UTC)
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I haven't read enough Heinlein (really, I don't think anything except Friday and Stranger in a Strange Land) to use him in a class. It's something to keep in mind for the future, though. Thanks!
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