Yesterday I wrote a long-ish post about Philip K. Dick's The Man in The High Castle and how it examines the ways in which context determines our sense of reality. Coincidentally, I heard a piece on the radio this morning about how David Byrne (yet another of my musical heroes, whose How Music Works is…Read more David Byrne Agrees with Me!
Over the past few days, I've been reading The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick. It's a novel that imagines a world in which the United States lost World War II. Within this world, Americans living on the west coast are regarded (and, indeed, regard themselves) as social inferiors to their Japanese…Read more Striving for an Ideal World: Art and Reality in Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle