I Think I Am

I Think I Am

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qAside from its perfect fit of critic and subject, Laurence A. Rickels's book provides the most thorough and exhaustive reading of Philip K. Dick's literary work that exists. He goes through all the novels literally, both the science fiction works and the so-called mainstream novels Dick did not publish in his lifetime. The reader of science fiction should welcome a book like this, which is both knowledgeable of the SF tradition tradition and creatively analytical. I could not put this book down once I began to read itq.---George Slusser, University of California, Riverside --The span of the a€œanda€ embraces the recent past and the near future as the period of uncertainty about the reality of onea#39;s world that both parties to one death must face. ... In his 1965 essay a€œSchizophrenia and The Book of Changes, a€ Dick follows the development of schizophrenia out of ... a date: a€œone gazes at her for a year or so, mentally detailing all possible outcomes; the good ones go under the rubricanbsp;...

Title:I Think I Am
Author: Laurence A. Rickels
Publisher:U of Minnesota Press - 2010

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