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The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick: A Review

Alternate histories constitute a significant sub-genre in science fiction (although sometimes they stray more into fantasy), even if their writers’ grasp of historical subtlety is not always commensurate with the size of their endeavour. It’s very hard, for example, to … Continue reading

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The President and the Assassin, by Scott Miller: A Review

America is a curiously a-historical place. It’s a land where in many cases things aged more┬áthan a generation are considered “old.” Structures are routinely razed to the ground and rebuilt, rather than being updated and retrofitted. The further to the … Continue reading

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