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FULL AND FINAL REVIEW Lord of the Swastika Like a thick layer of stinking hot asphalt poured out on a driveway, a thick layer of racism and jingoism coats every single page of this appalling novel spun from the cramped, warped mind of an upstart writer of science fiction, a scribbler by the name of Adolf Hitler What the hell was this clown thinking To write such garbage is an act of complete irresponsibility and an insult to the reading public We can only raise our eyes to heaven and give FULL AND FINAL REVIEW L Don t be fooled THE IRON DREAM is not the real deal Norman Spinrad s novel contains only a cheap copy of Adolph Hitler s masterpiece LORD OF THE SWASTIKA Hitler s work is heavily abridged here and, I must say, rather tamed too Some of the best bits are missing The situation in the Classification Camps is hardly elaborated and the pyres of decadent books gets no mention at all At least the glorious battle against the Zinc filth is left almost intact Chapt What happens when satire is misunderstood The point of satire is that it should be accessible on two levels simultaneously The surface text tells one story, the subtext tells another or to put itaccurately, the subtext tells the exact opposite story of the surface text We might even say that the subtext reverses the polarity of the visible story, coinciding with it word for word, image for image, but in the wrong direction In this case, the wrong way is the right way Writers of satir What happens when satire is misunderstood The point of satire is that it should be accessible o Update I actually did end up finding a copy in a used bookstore for 1.49 or something and it had the cover I wanted and everything and it was awesome.I m freaking dying for a copy of this stupid book I ve wanted it for like a year now All the copies onare way too much money I actually asked Spinrad about it, but he didn t know where I could get a cheap one The hunt continues Let Adolph Hitler transport you to a far future Earth, where only FERIC JAGGER and his mighty weapo Update I actually did end up finding a copy in a used bookstore for 1.49 or something and it had the cover I wanted and everything and it was awesome.I m freaking dying for a copy of this stupid book I ve wanted it for like a year now All the copies onare way too much money I actually asked Spinrad about it, but he didn t know where I could get a cheap one The hunt continues Let Adolph Hitler transport you to a far future Earth, where only FERIC JAGGER and his mighty weapon, the Steel Commander, stand between the remnants of true humanity and the annihilation at the hands of the totally evil Dominators and the mindless mutant hordes they completely con The Iron Dream Is A Metafictional 1972 Alternate History Novel By Norman Spinrad The Book Has A Nested Narrative That Tells A Story Within A Story On The Surface, The Novel Presents An Unexceptional Science Fiction Action Tale Entitled Lord Of The Swastika This Is A Pro Fascist Narrative Written By An Alternate History Version Of Adolf Hitler, Who In This Timeline Emigrated From Germany To America And Used His Modest Artistic Skills To Become First A Pulp SF Illustrator And Later A Science Fiction Writer In The L Ron Hubbard Mold Telling Lurid, Purple Prosed Adventure Stories Under A Thin SF Veneer Spinrad Seems Intent On Demonstrating Just How Close Joseph Campbell S Hero With A Thousand Faces And Much Science Fiction And Fantasy Literature An Be To The Racist Fantasies Of Nazi Germany The Nested Narrative Is Followed By A Faux Scholarly Analysis By A Fictional Literary Critic, Homer Whipple, Of New York University. Nachdem ich mich mit eisernem Willen durch dieses Buch gek mpft habe, bleibt mir als Fazit nur zu sagen Adolf Hitler war ein hundsmiserabler Science Fiction Autor Das Nachwort von Homer Whipple fasst meine Einw nde gegen die This is a spoiler ific review So the premise is Hitler has a falling out with the Nazis in their infancy and emigrates to America where he paints pulp fiction covers and becomes a semi respected writer himself, spawning a Nazi inspired fashion trend with his penultimate novel, Lord of The Swastika the book within the book The Iron Dream, about the last true human state in a post apocalyptic world of mutants and mind controlling Dominators In the bookend world in which Hitler wrote, Germany a This is a spoiler ific review So the premise is Hitler has a falling out with the Nazis in their infancy and emigrates to America where he paints pulp fiction covers and becomes a The Iron Dream is one of the true classics of science fiction It is a core work in what I can only describe as a microgenre of sorts that appeared during the late 60 s and early 70 s Science Fiction as seriously black humor and revolutionary social commentary The principle writers that I can recall offhand I make no claim to this list being exhaustive were Norman Spinrad and Harlan Ellison I Have No Mouth But I Must Scream, Dangerous Visions , but a number of other authors such as L The Iron Dream is one of the true classics of science fiction It Abgebrochen auf Seite 126 Abbruch nach 109 Seiten, Review evtl sp ter. 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About the Author: Norman Spinrad

Born in New York in 1940, Norman Spinrad is an acclaimed SF writer.Norman Spinrad, born in New York City, is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science In 1957 he entered City College of New York and graduated in 1961 with a Bachelor of Science degree as a pre law major In 1966 he moved to San Francisco, then to Los Angeles, and now lives in Paris He married fellow novelist N Lee Wood in 1 Born in New York in 1940, Norman Spinrad is an acclaimed SF writer.Norman Spinrad, born in New York City, is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science In 1957 he entered City College of New York and graduated in 1961 with a Bachelor of Science degree as a pre law major In 1966 he moved to San Francisco, then to Los Angeles, and now lives in Paris He married fellow novelist N Lee Wood in 1990 they divorced in 2005 They had no children Spinrad served as President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America SFWA from 1980 to 1982 and again from 2001 to 2002


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