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Hawthorne Abendsen, also known as "The Man in the High Castle", is a mysterious character believed to have created the series of films known as The Grasshopper Lies Heavy, which shows alternate histories. He is not a member of the American Resistance, but they assist him as couriers for the films and provide him protection.

Biography

Background

Hawthorne Abendsen was born Abe Hawkes. During World War II, he joined the Army Pictorial Service division of the U.S. Army Signal Corps and produced films of the battles in the Pacific. When the United States surrendered to the Greater Nazi Reich and Japanese Empire, Hawkes changed his name to Hawthorne Abendsen and settled in the Neutral Zone with his wife, Caroline.

Season One

While not appearing physically, Hawthorne Abendsen is referred to as "The Man in the High Castle". He is alluded to several times throughout the first season as the race to understand the films takes place.

Season Two

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Season Three

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Season Four

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Appearance & Personality

While at first glance Hawthorne seemingly appears as an eccentric man, he possesses a complex understanding of the nature of the films and the multiverse. He is shown to be a loving husband who is very protective of his wife, even resorting to seemingly working with the Nazis following their capture. He is also protective of Juliana, wanting her to understand her abilities and influencing her decisions.

Relationships

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Appearances

Season Two
"The Tiger's Cave"
Appears
"The Road Less Traveled"
Absent
"Travelers"
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"Escalation"
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"Duck and Cover"
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"Kintsugi"
Absent
"Land O' Smiles"
Absent
"Loose Lips"
Absent
"Detonation"
Absent
"Fallout"
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Season Three
"Now More Than Ever ..."
Appears
"Imagine Manchuria"
Absent
"Sensô Kôi"
Absent
"Sabra"
Absent
"The New Colossus"
Absent
"History Ends"
Absent
"Excess Animus"
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"Kasumi ..."
Absent
"Baku"
Absent
"Jahr Null"
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Season Four
"Hexagram 64"
Absent
"Every Door Out..."
Absent
"The Box"
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"Happy Trails"
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"Mauvaise Foi"
Absent
"All Serious Daring"
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"No Masters But Ourselves"
Absent
"Hitler Has Only Got One Ball"
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"For Want of a Nail"
Absent
"Fire from the Gods"
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Notes & Trivia

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References

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