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Radio Free Albemuth by Philip K. Dick

Radio Free Albemuth by Philip K. Dick

In Radio Free Albemuth, Dick describes an alternate reality in which a man, Ferris Freemont, has manipulated events, including the murder of JFK and other politicians, in order to rise to power.  415 more words


What I Learned from ANIMAL FARM

One summer evening when I was in high school, I was sitting in the parking lot of my part-time job (Captain D’s, worse job I ever had, by the way). 644 more words


Recent Reads: A Canticle for Leibowitz

This novel begins with the discovery of holy relics, which makes it worth recounting the way in which the book came into my possession. Last summer we took a beach vacation with my parents. 372 more words

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The Problem With Classic Sci-Fi

Okay, maybe it’s not a problem for everyone, but it is for ME! It’s so sexist! I can’t stand it! All the women are either accessories or idiots or sex toys.  679 more words

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The code which the Narrator and I live by:

“The story is not all mine, nor told by me alone. Indeed I am not sure whose story it is; you can judge better. But it is all one, and if at moments the facts seem to alter with an altered voice, why then you can choose the fact you like best yet none of them are false, and it is all one story.” 42 more words