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It's America in 1962 Slavery is legal once again The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names In San Francisco the I Ching is as common as the Yellow Pages All because some twenty years earlier the United States lost a war — and is now occupied by Nazi Germany and JapanThis harrowing Hugo Award winning novel is the work that established Philip K Dick as an innovator in science fiction while breaking the barrier between science fiction and the serious novel of ideas In it Dick offers a haunting vision of history as a nightmare from which it may just be possible to wake


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    On Wednesday I found myself at a party an occurrence itself worthy of remark at which everyone wore I'm currently reading stickers so I had several opportunities to explain why I was loving The Man in the High Castle One such conversation went like thisSo what's that about?Well it's scifi Or rather speculative fictionEr hm No I don't do scifiBut it's got NazisOh my god I love NazisAnother conversation involved me explaining to a white guy how interesting I a half Japanese guy found reading about defeated white Americans kowtowing to their Japanese overlords The awkwardness of the words coming out of my mouth did not even occur to me for several sentencesI'm pretty sure at some point during the evening I also said with party speaking volume I think I really like Dick Sometimes I wish English had fewer homophonesSuffice it to say that I am swearing off parties and returning to my safe almost completely awkwardness free hermetic lifestyleOk this book Let me just establish that neither the Nazi lover nor I are in fact Nazi lovers or racists or no racist than the average person and that despite or perhaps because of? the uncomfortable conversations this book might occasion it's a great read My former experience with Phillip K Dick whose first name and middle initial are considerably important in conversation than heretofore imagined was with a collection of his short stories which was amusing but very much in the Atomic Age sort of a vein THE BOMB robots space ships THE BOMB etc After finding JG Ballard's similar ruminations on mortality and atomic annihilation to be unfinishably boring I was wary of returning to PKD ah much better and the premise of a world in which the Axis powers won WWII could definitely have lead down that road Plucky American rebels fighting their Nazi oppressors and thwarting a plot to nuke New York while chronically hamstrung by their moribund contemplation of non existence? No thanks But this book is so not that book As with other works by PKD or at least the cinematic interpretations I've seen the underlying horror is not about annihilation but about anxiety over identity In High Castle the American identity has been completely crushed There is no rebel faction there are no competent or truly sympathetic American characters and American cultural artifacts that we keep in museums are now collector's items to be pawned off to Japanese connoisseurs not unlike the 19th century European obsession with Japonisme The idea of infinite American ingenuity and resourcefulness has been discarded along with our belief in democracy The Japanese are consistently depicted as high handed elitist occasionally racist but generally fair and benign in intent much like American occupational forces in reconstruction Japan So if we as Americans aren't rebels if we're not democrats if we're not plucky heroes with wild ideas so crazy they might actually work who are we? What a great subject for a scifi novelThere's also quite a bit about the life and meaning of objects or the historicity as the characters call it Why is a penny touched by the President significant than any other penny? I'm not entirely sure how this theme plays into the rest of the novel It may have something to do with the arbitrariness invoked by the use of the I Ching by almost every character ie the specific history of any given object is as intrinsically meaningful as a pattern of tossed sticks and it is the evaluator's interpretation that has true significance Again though how does it relate to Nazis?Also hawt book in book action All the characters in this what if book are reading their own what if book postulating a world in which the Axis powers didn't win WWII I mean yo dawg I herd you like speculative fiction so we put a book in yo book so u can speculate while u speculate It's kind of coolThe book's not perfect Women get the short shrift Betty Kasoura seems both intelligent and sympathetic to the plight of the Americans but doesn't take action to the extent that her husband does view spoilerI'm not sure if Juliana's murder of the covert gestapo officer was due to self defense so much as hysteria hide spoiler