Why is Stranger in a Strange Land banned?
Stranger in a Strange Land was banned from school reading lists based on its controversial themes. The description of The Church of All Worlds’…
Where does the phrase stranger in a strange land come from?
The title “Stranger in a Strange Land” is a direct quotation from the King James Bible (taken from Exodus 2:22). The working title for the book was “A Martian Named Smith”, which was also the name of the screenplay started by a character at the end of the novel.
Did the stranger in a strange land become a movie?
Robert Heinlein’s 1961 science fiction novel “Stranger in a Strange Land” is getting its first-ever TV treatment. Syfy is adapting the book as a new drama, currently in development from Paramount Television and Universal Cable Productions.
How many words are in the stranger in a strange land?
What does Grokking mean?
‘Grok’ means to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed—to merge, blend, intermarry, lose identity in group experience.
Who said I have been a stranger in a strange land?
The title Stranger in a Strange Land is a straight-up shout-out to the Bible. In Exodus 2:22, Moses names his son Gershom, for “he said, I have been a stranger in a strange land.” Wait, what does Moses naming his son have to do with a Martian trying to grasp human culture in the future?
When was a stranger in a strange land published?
June 1, 1961
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