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The Man Who Sold the Moon. 1950 The Man Who Sold the Moon
by Robert A. Heinlein
published in:
The Man Who Sold the Moon
First Edition 1950.
Shasta Publishers.
Chicago.
ISBN: N/A.
Hardback in dust jacket.
Cover illustration by Hubert Rogers.
288 pages.
Price: $3.00.

Notes
The Man Who Sold the Moon, a Future History novella by Robert A. Heinlein, can be found on pages 161-267.

First published in 1950 in an RAH collection of the same name.

Reprinted in:

  • American Science Fiction (#3, July 1952) [Chapbook/Magazine]
  • The Robert Heinlein Omnibus (1958)
  • A Robert Heinlein Omnibus (1966)
  • The Past Through Tomorrow (1967)
  • The Best of Robert Heinlein (1973)
  • Life Line (1993)
  • The Future History of Robert Heinlein: Volume I (2010)
The image opposite and the blurb below are from the 1970 New English Library paperback edition, SBN 450004317. Cover illustration by Bruce Pennington.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
In the ranks of SF novelists Robert Heinlein reigns supreme — not only as a master story-teller but also as a prophet of the near and distant future.

THE MAN WHO SOLD THE MOON is a key work in Heinlein's majestic plan of the years ahead. The stories are masterpieces in their own right but at the same time form an integral part in an overall scheme and certainly add to our appreciation of his other novels.

Robert Heinlein — winner of countless awards and prizes and magnificently prolific — still maintains the standard of excellence which has made his name justly famous as a great writer in any field.

 
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