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   Moon Maid, The, by Edgar Rice Burroughs  
  Novel, first publication in August 1926 , latest edition in August 2003
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      The Moon Maid is a tale of adventure in space, of the secret of the moon -- of humanlike quadrupeds and stranger fantastic things, all wrapped around an idea like something Robert Heinlein would write. Strange and true: at the moment Burroughs was writing Russia had just fallen to the communists, and terrible things were happening to personal liberty in that land. And so he wrote about fighting for the things he believed in, and so he made no bones about his political leanings -- or his fear for the future, not just for America, but for the world at large.

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