History Creator / AnneMcCaffrey

5th May '16 12:39:50 AM PaulA
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* '''Dinosaur Planet''' (two novels)/'''Planet Pirates''' (three novels, written with Nye and Creator/ElizabethMoon). Both series are set in the same universe, with some of the same characters, but have different focuses.

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* '''Dinosaur Planet''' (two novels)/'''Planet Pirates''' novels)/'''Literature/PlanetPirates''' (three novels, written with Nye and Creator/ElizabethMoon). Both series are set in the same universe, with some of the same characters, but have different focuses.
6th Apr '15 10:09:40 AM nombretomado
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Anne [=McCaffrey=] (1st April 1926 - 21st November 2011) was a prolific sci-fi/fantasy writer of over one hundred novels, short stories and compilations. Best known for the DragonridersOfPern series, she also authored several other popular, long-running series. Those include:

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Anne [=McCaffrey=] (1st April 1926 - 21st November 2011) was a prolific sci-fi/fantasy writer of over one hundred novels, short stories and compilations. Best known for the DragonridersOfPern Literature/DragonridersOfPern series, she also authored several other popular, long-running series. Those include:
3rd Oct '14 4:01:37 AM Ramidel
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As is common with many of the writers who arrived early to the science fiction genre, quite a lot of the tropes she explored for the first time in her writing have since been used ''ad naseaum'' [[DeadHorseTrope by subsequent writing]]. For instance, telepathically bonded animals and CatFolk were very new ideas when she began those series.

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As is common with many of the writers who arrived early to the science fiction genre, quite a lot of the tropes she explored for the first time in her writing have since been used ''ad naseaum'' [[DeadHorseTrope [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny by subsequent writing]]. For instance, telepathically bonded animals and CatFolk were very new ideas when she began those series.
23rd Aug '14 7:23:29 AM DaibhidC
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* '''TowerAndTheHive''' AKA: ''Talents'' or ''Pegasus'' (eight total)

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* '''TowerAndTheHive''' AKA: ''Rowan'', ''Talents'' or ''Pegasus'' (eight total)
23rd Aug '14 7:22:02 AM DaibhidC
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!! Tropes in works not on the Wiki:
* TelepathicSpacemen: The ''Rowan'' series has psychics as not only the means of communication between colonized star systems, but also the means of transportation (via psychokinetic [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleport]]) that makes such colonies possible to begin with. From the point of view of the Mrdini, who have no psychics of their own, ''humans'' are the telepathic spacemen.
26th Mar '14 6:20:54 AM callsignecho
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As is common with many of the writers who arrived early to the science fiction genre, quite a lot of the tropes she explored for the first time in her writing has since been [[DeadHorseTrope used ''ad naseaum'' by subsequent writing]]. For instance, telepathically bonded animals and CatFolk were very new ideas when she began those series.

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As is common with many of the writers who arrived early to the science fiction genre, quite a lot of the tropes she explored for the first time in her writing has have since been [[DeadHorseTrope used ''ad naseaum'' [[DeadHorseTrope by subsequent writing]]. For instance, telepathically bonded animals and CatFolk were very new ideas when she began those series.
26th Mar '14 6:19:10 AM callsignecho
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Her writing--starting with the short novel ''Restoree''--was lauded for its groundbreaking feminist attitudes. These may seem extremely subtle to young readers, but simply having a female protagonist in a science fiction story was [[FairForItsDay novel at the time]]. Throughout her writing since, her female characters have become even more powerful and independent, [[SocietyMarchesOn proportional to the expectations of her audience]].

As is common with many of the writers who arrived early to the science fiction genre, quite a lot of the tropes she explored for the first time in her writing has since been [[DeadHorseTrope used ''ad naseaum'' by subsequent writing]]. For instance, telepathically bonded animals and CatFolk were very new ideas when she began those series.
25th Apr '13 6:55:13 AM NifT
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* '''Literature/{{Petaybee}}/Twins of Peytabee''' (six total, co-written with Elizabeth Ann Scarborough)

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* '''Literature/{{Petaybee}}/Twins of Peytabee''' Petaybee''' (six total, co-written with Elizabeth Ann Scarborough)
3rd Mar '13 2:47:20 PM Xtifr
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* '''{{Petaybee}}/Twins of Peytabee''' (six total, co-written with Elizabeth Ann Scarborough)

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* '''{{Petaybee}}/Twins '''Literature/{{Petaybee}}/Twins of Peytabee''' (six total, co-written with Elizabeth Ann Scarborough)
3rd Mar '13 2:40:36 PM Xtifr
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* '''Crystal Singer''' (three novels). Set vaguely in TheShipWho... universe, though the former series does not mention the latter.

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* '''Crystal Singer''' (three novels). Set vaguely in TheShipWho... ''Literature/TheShipWho...'' universe, though the former series does not mention the latter.
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