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By Philip K. Dick

A matchless exhibit of Philip ok. Dick's quirky, funny, idiosyncratically philosophical international view. With one exception, the entire tales of this quantity have been written over a nine-month interval among 1951 and 1952, while Dick used to be making his first impression as a author.

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