Before I was reading science fiction, I read Hemingway. Farewell to Arms was my first adult novel that said not everything ends well. It was one of those times where reading has meant a great deal to me, in terms of my development – an insight came from that book.
I've always thought of science fiction as being, at some level, a 19th-century business.
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|Birth:||19th October, 1932|
|Death:||12th May, 1992|
Robert Reed (John Robert Rietz Jr.) was born in Highland Park, Illinois, USA. He was an American actor. He was the only child of Helen and John Robert Rietz Sr. He studied drama at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. He later studied for one term at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His role in several films include: Bloodlust!, Hurry Sundown, Star!, The Maltese Bippy, and Prime Target. His role in television include: The Defenders (TV series), The Brady Bunch (Sitcom), Medical Center (Drama or Comedy series, Nominated- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for a Single Appearance), Rich Man, Poor Man (Drama series, Nominated- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor), Roots (Drama or Comedy series, Nominated- Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actor), Haunts of the Very Rich (TV film), Snatched (TV film), The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (TV film), and Nurse (TV series).
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