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Jean Lisette Aroeste, MLS (born 2 October 1932; age 87) was an acquisitions department librarian at Harvard from 1954 until 1962, when she became a reference librarian at UCLA. She was not a professional television writer until Robert Justman read her unsolicited script "Is There in Truth No Beauty?" and recommended it be bought. She later wrote the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "All Our Yesterdays". These two episodes were her only work for film or television, although she did have other work related to her career as a librarian including co-editor, Directory of scholarly and research publishing opportunities: a guide to academic publishing opportunities in the humanities, social sciences, and science and technology (1971).


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