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Martian Time-Slip On The Arid Colony Of Mars The Only Thing Precious Than Water May Be A Ten Year Old Schizophrenic Boy Named Manfred Steiner For Although The UN Has Slated Anomalous Children For Deportation And Destruction, Other People Especially Supreme Goodmember Arnie Kott Of The Water Worker S Union Suspect That Manfred S Disorder May Be A Window Into The Future In Martian Time Slip Philip K Dick Uses Power Politics And Extraterrestrial Real Estate Scams, Adultery, And Murder To Penetrate The Mysteries Of Being And Time.


10 thoughts on “Martian Time-Slip

  1. says:

    Martian Time Slip by Philip K Dick, published in 1964, is one of PKDs better books Set on Mars, this is largely about Terran colonists taking care of business Dick provides a snapshot of social, political and economic life on Mars Bleekmen are the long suffering indigenous extra terrestrial native Martians, cast aside like Native Americans and called the N word by a fat cat union boss Carrying on the tradition set by Robert A ...


  2. says:

    Death upsets everyone, makes them do peculiar things it sets a radiating process of action and emotion going that works its way out, farther and farther, to embracepeople and things Philip K Dick, Martian Time SlipDickheads of the world unite You have nothing to lose but your minds Go ahead, read Martian Time Slip and push yourself to the limit you are on Mars in the near future among colonies under the umbrella of the United Nations, colonies formed by citizens from such countri Death upsets everyone, makes them do peculiar things it sets a radiating process of action and emotion going that works its way out, farther and farther, to embracepeople and things Philip K Dick, Martian Time SlipDickheads of the world unite You have nothing to lose but your minds Go ahead, read Martian Time Slip and push you...


  3. says:

    Everything wears out eventually nothing is permanent Change is the one constant of lifePhilip K Dick, Martian Time SlipMartian Time Slip may not be one of Dick s BEST novels, but it is almost my favorite There is a huge energy and vitality in it Dick is painting with his usual themes loneliness, madness, drugs, pre cognition, time, artificial intelligence, the other, corporatism, love, etc , but there is nothing usual about what he extracts The only thing missing from t...


  4. says:

    Gubble me , she said Gubble gubble me, put your gubbish into me, into my gubbish, you Gubbler Gubble gubble, I like gubble Don t stop Gubble, gubble gubble gubble, gubble That there is some beautiful dialogue from PKD s wacky 1964 novel Martian Time Slip I remember reading this in the 80s but I have practically no memory of the plot However, I do remember all this Gubble gubble business very vividly There is a surreal hallucinatory feeling to it that I will never forget.The titleGubble me , she said Gubble gubble me, put your gubbish into me, into my gubbish, you Gubbler Gubble gubble, I like gubble Don t stop Gubble, gubble gubble gubble, gubble That there is some beautiful dialogue from PKD s wacky 1964 novel Martian Time Slip I remember reading this in the 80s but I have practically no memory of the plot However, I do remember all this Gubble gubble business very vividly There is a surreal hallucinatory feeling to it that I will never forget.The title Martian Time Slip is almost misleading Yes, there are Martians in this book a,d there is an element of time travelling in the story but essentially the book isc...


  5. says:

    Paranoia, schizophrenia, greed, exploitation, suburban ennui, adultery, real estate scams, small time businessmen, robot educators, colonization of Mars, distortions of time and reality, gubble, gubble, gubbleYep, this is another of PKD s brilliant explorations of the minds of his characters, themselves extensions of his own explorations of paranoia and reality And this one takes it careful time establishing the inner lives of its fairly large caste of troubled characters It doesn t kick in Paranoia, schizophrenia, greed, exploitation, suburban ennui, adultery, real estate scams, small time businessmen, robot educators, colonization of Mars, distortions of time and reality,...


  6. says:

    Working my way back into reading all Dick s novels again Here is some classic Dick ew the clunky exposition, the complexity of reality This one begins and ends by concerning itself with a bevy of topics and characters unions, autism, the education system, family life, marital infidelity, gentrification, small time businessmen, racism, aborigines, mental illness in children, and etcetera Martian Time Slip begins and ends as a story about modern suburban life, and the fact that it takes pl Working my way back into reading all Dick s novels again Here is some classic Dick ew the clunky exposition, the complexity of reality This one begins and ends by concerning itself with a bevy of topics and characters unions, autism, the education system, family life, marital infidelity, gentrification, small time businessmen, racism, aborigines, mental illness in children, and etcetera Martian Time Slip begins and ends as a story about modern suburban life, and the fact that it takes place on Mars hardly matters Of course, this being a Philip K Dick novel, things eventually take a sharp turn for the bizarre While Dick s explanation of autism and schizophrenia might be dubious, within the context of the novel they seem most chillingly real, and the distortion and disorientating effects of time and space in one particular section are without question haunting Our relationship between time and space, our very perception of reality, is at stake here The struggle between conforming to society ...


  7. says:

    You really scare me sometimes, Phil.


  8. says:

    I thought I was finished with Philip K Dick, but it was either this or Maze of Death at the used bookstore and I had some store credit to abuse Good thing, too You read the wrong PKD novel, you feel as if they re all the same and you ve got it covered Martian Time Slip taught me that its still worth it to find all the gems among such a massive output Most of his novels do an incredible job of replicating the feeling of an acid or mushroom trip This one applies those techinques towards anxie I thought I was finished with Philip K Dick, but it was either this or Maze of Death at the used bookstore and I had some store credit to abuse Good thing, too You read the wrong PKD novel, you feel as if they re all the same and you ve got it covered Martian Time Slip taught me that its still worth it to find all the gems among such a massive output Most o...


  9. says:

    The gubbish ran down the walls as I sat,as I sat the gubble gubble.I looked down at the gubbish where my fingers used to be, as I sat finger bones shiny with gubbish click clacked on a rusty metal framework,coloured wires slither...


  10. says:

    Dick s prose and character development is as poor as ever here, but the metaphysical ideas and social commentary as well as the storyline itself are so genius that I simply don t care I first read this when I was in my twenties and devouring all...