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First published in 1962, this title imagines the world as if the Allies had lost the Second World War: the African continent virtually wiped out, the Mediterranean drained to make farmland, and the United States divided between the Japanese and the Nazis.

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9780141186672
Author:
DICK, PHILIP K.
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Penguin Books, Limited (UK)
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PENGUIN MODERN CLASSICS
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20010906
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TRADE PAPER
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English
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272
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198 x 128 in.

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