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Four novels of the 1960s / Philip K. Dick.

Dick, Philip K. (Author). Dick, Philip K. Container of (work): Man in the high castle. (Added Author). Dick, Philip K. Container of (work): Three stigmata of Palmer Eldritch. (Added Author). Dick, Philip K. Container of (work): Do androids dream of electric sheep. (Added Author). Dick, Philip K. Container of (work): Ubik. (Added Author).

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Pottsville Free Public Library LOA FIC SF (Text) 30003009062256 Adult Fiction Available -
  Donated by Edward J. Donahue III in memory of LaVerne Scheibelhut Donahue

Record details

  • ISBN: 1598530097
  • ISBN: 9781598530094
  • Physical Description: 830 pages ; 21 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Library of America, [2007]
  • Distributor: New York : Distributed to the trade in the United States by Penguin Putnam Inc.

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The man in the high castle -- The three stigmata of Palmer Eldritch -- Do androids dream of electric sheep? -- Ubik.
Summary, etc.:
This Library of America volume brings together four of Dick's most original novels. The Man in the High Castle (1962), which won the Hugo Award, describes an alternate world in which Japan and Germany have won World War II and America is divided into separate occupation zones. The dizzying The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1965) posits a future in which competing hallucinogens proffer different brands of virtual reality, and an interplanetary drug tycoon can transform himself into a godlike figure transcending even physical death.
Subject: Science fiction, American.
Alternative histories (Fiction), American.
Dystopias > Fiction.
Genre: Science fiction.
Alternative histories (Fiction)
Dystopian fiction.
Didactic fiction.
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