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For questions about a book of long narrative in literary prose, in order to distinguish it from other types of story. Do NOT use this tag for every question which happens to be about a novel: it is normally used only on [story-identification] questions and in cases where it would otherwise be unclear whether the question was about a novel or (e.g.) a film.

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I'm trying to find out what the first "big" science fiction novel that dealt with human colonization on other planets was? When I say "big" I mean successful and impactful to future generations (or … at least from an author that achieved such a legacy), and with human colonizations I mean Humans (the civilization originating from Earth) going to other planets to live there. Heinlein's Farmer in the Sky (1953) would be such a novel, but I wonder if there are better/more impactful examples? …
asked Feb 27 '13 by Michael Stum