Author : Philip K. Dick
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN : 9780547572482
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In a classic work of alternate history, the United States is divided up and ruled by the Axis powers after the defeat of the Allies during World War II. Reissue. Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel.

Author : Bruce Krajewski
Genre : Philosophy
Publisher : Open Court Publishing
ISBN : 9780812699685
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The Man in the High Castle is an Amazon TV show, based on the Philip K. Dick novel, about an “alternate present” (beginning in the 1960s) in which Germany and Japan won World War II, with the former Western US occupied by Japan, the former Eastern US occupied by Nazi Germany, and a small “neutral zone” between them. A theme of the story is that in this alternative world there is eager speculation, fueled by the illicit newsreel, The Grasshopper Lies Heavy, about how the world would have been different if America had won the war. In The Man in the High Castle and Philosophy, twenty-two professional thinkers look at philosophical issues raised by this ongoing enterprise in “alternative history.” One question is whether it really made a profound difference that the Allies won the war, and exactly what differences in everyday life we may expect to arise from an apparent historical turning point. Could it be that some dramatic historical events have only superficial consequences, while some unnoticed occurrences lead to catastrophic results? Another topic is the quest for truth in a world of government misinformation, and how dissenting organizations can make headway.

Author : Philip K. Dick
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Subterranean
ISBN : 1596061693
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The screenplay version of the seminal sf novel, out of print for more than two decades.

Author : Philip K. Dick
Genre : Alternative histories (Fiction)
Publisher : Orion
ISBN : UOM:39015020677434
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Science fiction-roman.

Author : Paul Hoffman
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Penguin UK
ISBN : 9780718185596
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THE GRIPPING NEW ADVENTURE FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE LEFT HAND OF GOD SERIES America is on the brink of civil war. Only Thomas Cale can stop it . . . ________ Thomas Cale - the world's most dangerous yet reluctant hero - has been running from his enemies. Tracked down moments before his execution, Cale is presented with a chance to escape. But it comes at a price: He must murder the American president. The father of modern democracy. The man fighting the south's attempts to reinstate slavery. Accept, and he risks the fates of millions. Refuse, and he endangers his own life . . . ________ Praise for Paul Hoffman: 'Fiction on a grand and ambitious scale' Daily Telegraph 'Brooding and magnificent' Eoin Colfer 'Exhilaratingly engaging writing' Spectator 'Gripped me from the first chapter' Conn Iggulden 'A riveting, powerful tale' Publishers Weekly

Author : Roger I. Abrams
Genre : Sports & Recreation
Publisher : UPNE
ISBN : 9781555538156
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Playing Tough is an entertaining and thoroughly enlightening look at the unique and surprisingly outsized role that sports have played in politics and history. Ever since the bread and circuses of Rome, sports have been used as a tool to entertain the masses and to instill civic pride. Abrams shows both the positive and the negative ways in which sports and politics have coalesced, from the rabid nationalism of the 1936 Nazi Olympics, the political grudge match of the Louis and Schmeling fights, and the "futbol war" between Honduras and Costa Rica to the inspiring stories of South Africa's rugby nation-building and Muhammad Ali's brave antiwar stance, which nearly cost him his career. Abrams is an informed and impassioned writer who chronicles the profoundly creative and destructive influence that sports have on the political life of our nation and the world. This book will be of interest to any and all sports and politics enthusiasts and is a wonderful introduction for course creation and adoption.

Author : Shin Kim
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Banchan Story LLC
ISBN : 9780998224923
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Welcome to Shin’s Korean kitchen where vegetables are celebrated as main features! This colorful cookbook by Shin Kim includes over 80 Korean vegetarian recipes, 75 of which can be made vegan. Each recipe is accompanied by a photograph for added visual inspiration and marked with gluten-free, nut-free, spicy, and vegan tags as a helpful guide for your dietary preferences. Drawing from local, natural plant-based ingredients and traditional Korean vegetables available in the U.S., this book covers a wide range of vegan and vegetarian Korean dishes. From a variety of kimchi to everyday banchan sides, such as Scallion Pancakes, Spicy Soft Tofu Stew, and Glass Noodles with Vegetables, Korean home favorites are presented in clearly laid-out steps. Moreover, entrée dishes that traditionally feature animal protein are adapted as colorful, flavorful vegetarian dishes, such as Kimchi Dumplings, Mushroom Hot Pot, and Sweet and Sour Cauliflower. This book is for anyone with an interest in Korean cuisine who wants to incorporate a more plant-based diet in their lives. Whether you make a quick weeknight dinner for yourself or cook up a feast for your family and friends, enjoy the full range of Korean flavors, from subtle and mild to deep and vivid—and everything in between. This book will guide you through your endeavors with suggestions of substitution ingredients, tips, and variations so that you can enjoy cooking and eating Korean dishes in multiple ways in your own kitchen.

Author : Guy Saville
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Henry Holt and Company
ISBN : 9780805095944
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From Guy Saville, the explosive new thriller of a world that so nearly existed Africa, 1952. More than a decade has passed since Britain's humiliation at Dunkirk brought an end to the war and the beginning of an uneasy peace with Hitler. The swastika flies from the Sahara to the Indian Ocean. Britain and a victorious Nazi Germany have divided the continent. The SS has crushed the native populations and forced them into labor. Gleaming autobahns bisect the jungle, jet fighters patrol the skies. For almost a decade an uneasy peace has ensued. Now, however, the plans of Walter Hochburg, messianic racist and architect of Nazi Africa, threaten Britain's ailing colonies. Sent to curb his ambitions is Burton Cole: a one-time assassin torn between the woman he loves and settling an old score with Hochburg. If he fails unimaginable horrors will be unleashed on the continent. No one – black or white – will be spared. But when his mission turns to disaster, Burton must flee for his life. It is a flight that will take him from the unholy ground of Kongo to SS slave camps to war-torn Angola – and finally a conspiracy that leads to the dark heart of The Afrika Reich itself.

Author : Philip K. Dick
Genre : Alternative histories (Fiction)
Publisher :
ISBN : 0575073357
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It is 1962 and the Second World War has been over for seventeen years: people have now had a chance to adjust to the new order. But it¿s not been easy. The Mediterranean has been drained to make farmland, the population of Africa has virtually been wiped out and America has been divided between the Nazis and the Japanese. In the neutral buffer zone that divides the two superpowers lives the man in the high castle, the author of an underground bestseller, a work of fiction that offers an alternative theory of world history in which the Axis powers didn¿t win the war. The novel is a rallying cry for all those who dream of overthrowing the occupiers. But could it be more than that? Subtle, complex and beautifully characterized, The Man in the High Castle remains the finest alternative world novel ever written, and a work of profundity and significance.

Author : Edward J. Drea
Genre : History
Publisher : Modern War Studies (Paperback)
ISBN : UCSD:31822037464724
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"This brief history of Japan's first modern army covers events from the 1850s through 1945. It is an introductory synthesis told mainly from secondary sources, most in the Japanese language." --Preface.