Philip K. Dick’s famous novel, The Man in the High Castle has recently gotten special treatment from The Folio Society, a publisher notable for their exquisite editions of classic literature. With the release, they’ve provided us with a special look at some of the artwork inside.
This new edition of the book is now out, and in addition to the fantastic artwork by Shan Jiang, it’s introduced by Ursula K. LeGuin, who proclaims that The Man in the High Castle “may be the first big, lasting contribution science fiction made to American literature.” She’s not wrong about that, and her introduction serves as an excellent explanation for the novel’s place in science fiction history.
Here’s a selection of the artwork included in the book:
Art credit: Shan Jiang / The Folio Society