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Cordwainer Smith

AKA Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger

Born: 11-Jul-1913
Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI
Died: 6-Aug-1966
Location of death: Baltimore, MD
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Rediscovery of Man

Military service: US Army (WWII, Office of War Information, Maj.)

Father: Paul M. W. Linebarger (lawyer)
Wife: Margaret Snow (m. 1936, div. 1949, two daughters)
Daughter: (b. 1942)
Daughter: (b. 1947)
Wife: Genevieve Collins (m. 1950, until his death, d. 1981)

    University: PhD Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
    Professor: Duke University (1937-46)
    Professor: Johns Hopkins University (1947-)

    Foreign Policy Association

Author of books:
The Political Doctrines of Sun-Yat-Sen (1937, politics)
Government in Republican China (1938, politics)
The China of Chiang K'ai-shek: A Political Study (1941, politics)
Ria (1947, novel, pseudo Felix C. Forrest)
Carola (1948, novel, pseudo Felix C. Forrest)
Psychological Warfare (1948, military)
Atomsk: A Novel of Suspense (1949, novel, pseudo Carmichael Smith)
Far Eastern Government and Politics: China and Japan (1954, politics, with Djang Chu and Ardath W. Burks)
You Will Never Be The Same (1963, short stories)
The Planet Buyer (1964, novel)
Space Lords (1965, short stories)
Quest of the Three Worlds (1966, novellas)
The Underpeople (1968, novel)
Under Old Earth and Other Explorations (1968, short stories)
Stardreamer (1971, short stories)
Norstrilia (1975, novel, combines two earlier novels)
The Best of Cordwainer Smith (1975, short stories)
The Instrumentality of Mankind (1979, short stories)
The Rediscovery of Man (1993, short stories)

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