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'"—All You Zombies—"' is a science fiction short story by Robert A. Heinlein. It was written in one day, July 11, , and first published in the March issue . Featuring "All You Zombies—," the basis for the movie PredestinationThis collection from Grand Master Robert A. Heinlein includes five short stories sure to . Science Fiction, or Speculative Fiction if you prefer. Fantasy too. Asimov, Bradbury, Clarke, Dick, Heinlein and other SF books. SF movies and.

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Miller, Jr. Von Heinlein bis Farmer. During the delivery of her child, doctors discovered she had an intersex condition: internally, she had both male and female sex organs. Complications during delivery forced them to give her a sex change.

The baby was later kidnapped and not seen again. The now-former girl had to adjust to being a man and surviving as such, despite being unprepared for any job. Handicapped by the physical aftereffects of childbirth, he used his secretarial skills to type manuscripts, and eventually began writing. Professing sympathy, the Bartender offers to top his story. He guides him into a back room, and casts a net over the two of them.

This is part of a time machine. The young man is set loose in where he dates, falls for, seduces, impregnates, and leaves a young girl; at the same time the Bartender goes forward eleven months, kidnaps a baby and takes it to an orphanage in He then returns to , and picks up the Unmarried Mother, who is just beginning to realize what has happened.

As the Bartender tells him, "Now you know who he is—and after you think it over you'll know who you are.

He has just recruited himself. Finally the Bartender returns to , arriving a short time after he left the bar. He allows a customer to play " I'm My Own Grandpa " on the jukebox , having yelled at the customer for playing the song before he left.

All You Zombies and Other Stories

Closing the bar he time travels again to his home base. As he beds down for a much deserved rest, he contemplates the scar left over from the Caesarean section performed when he gave birth to his daughter, father, mother and entire history.

He thinks "I know where I came from—but where did all you zombies come from?

Title The title of the story, which includes both the quotation marks and dashes, [2] is actually a quotation from a sentence near the end of the story itself taken from the middle of the sentence, hence the dashes indicating edited text before and after the title. In this way it mirrors the life of the protagonist, whose life is a "quotation" from itself.

Chronological order of events On September 20, , the Bartender drops off baby Jane at an orphanage. She grows up there. Nearly 18 years later, the man who refers to himself as "an unmarried mother" is dropped off at April 3, , by the Bartender.It was all the more impressive because of how the character study really played out and what wasn't said but could be deduced.

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I did once—and you all went away. Introduce time travel and a paradox or three and A man walks into a bar. I'm sure there's lots that can be debated about the story, but all in all it's a time travel paradox story.

Thematically the story says what does it matter? Predestination, which I really loved.

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