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Minority Report

#4 Collected Stories

Philip K. Dick

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Gollancz
12 December 2017
Series: Gollancz S.F.
This volume covers a wide span, from late 1954 through to 1963, the years during which Dick began writing novels prolifically and his short story output lessened. The title story of this collection has been made into the Steven Spielberg-directed movie of the same name, while The Days of Perky Pat inspired one of Dick's greatest works, the novel The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch; The Penultimate Truth grew from The Mold of Yancy .

Philip K. Dick is shown at his incomparable prime in this fourth volume of the definitive collection of short fiction.
By:   Philip K. Dick
Imprint:   Gollancz
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 128mm,  Spine: 30mm
Weight:   280g
ISBN:   9781473223394
ISBN 10:   1473223393
Series:   Gollancz S.F.
Pages:   400
Publication Date:   12 December 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Philip K. Dick (1928-1982) was born in Chicago but lived in California for most of his life. He went to college at Berkeley for a year, ran a record store and had his own classical-music show on a local radio station. He published his first short story, 'Beyond Lies the Wub' in 1952. Among his many fine novels are THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, TIME OUT OF JOINT, DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? and FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID.For more information visit www.philipkdick.com

Reviews for Minority Report (#4 Collected Stories)

A fitting tribute to a great philosophical writer who found science fiction the ideal form for the expression of his ideas - The Independent My literary hero - Fay Weldon An elusive and incomparable artist - Ursula K. Le Guin No other writer of his generation had such a powerful intellectual presence. He stamped himself not only on our memories but in our imaginations - Brian Aldiss


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