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The Green Hills of Earth" is a science fiction short story by American writer Robert A. Heinlein. One of his Future History stories, the short story originally appeared in The Saturday Evening Post (February 8, 1947), and it was collected. One of his Future History stories, the short story originally appeared in The Saturday Evening Post (February 8, 1947), and it was collected in The Green Hills of Earth (and subsequently in The Past Through Tomorrow). Heinlein selected the story for inclusion in the 1949 anthology My Best Science Fiction Story. The Green Hills of Earth" is also the title of a song mentioned in several of Heinlein's novels.
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This trend is particularly marked in Hugh Coleman Davidson's The Green Hills by the Sea (1887), and the wealth of folkloristic details contributed to the enthusiastic reception of Hall Caine's first Manx novel, The Deemster (see below). The popularity of all things Celtic led to the smallest fragment being used. The most startling example is perhaps the 249-page poem Blanid, published in Boston, USA, in 1879 by Robert Joyce, about a Manx princess who meets a untimely death in an epic of love, jealousy and treachery. But better-known Manx legends inspired many poets.