The finale of my series on "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch". Why is it so important for our characters to avoid those dreaded three stigmata?
Part two of my review of Herman Melville's "White-Jacket".
What was life like on a Man-o-War? We find out from Herman Melville.
Part Three of my review of Philip K. Dick's "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch." Things are getting weird.
Opps. Dropped the ball on quality the last time I uploaded this. But here it is again. The final part of my review of Melville's "Reburn". See you soon with "White-Jacket".
Part 2 of my review of Philip K. Dick's "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch". You need to wait a bit to know what those three are.
Part 2 of my thoughts on Herman Melville's "Redburn".
Part one of my review of Dick's wounderful novel "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldrtich". In this part we learn about Mars, PP Layouts, and Can-D.
And now for one of Philip K. Dick's most fascinating post-nuclear war settings in "Dr. Bloodmoney". It is another one-off episode on a novel, so be prepared.
We come back to Melville with his coming of age novel set on a merchant ship in the Atlantic, "Redburn".
We come to the end of our study of Philip K. Dick's works from 1964 with "Precious Artifact".
Enjoy the finale of my review of "An American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser.
In this episode we look at Philip K. Dick's short story "The Little Black Box", a story about religion, empathy, and the limits of state power.
We return to the familiar ground of frontiers in Philip K. Dick's short story on consumerism and manufactured markets in "A Game of Unchance".
In part 8 of my review of "An American Tragedy" by Theodore Dreiser we witness a trial of the ages.