In Philip K. Dick's dystopian novel Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said, society is under the control of a totalitarian police state. Within this oppressive structure, Jason Taverner lives a charmed and blissfully ignorant existence as an adored television star, until a former lover wages a destructive attack on both his body and his identity. When Jason Taverner wakes up without a shred of identification documents left on him, he becomes the target of Felix Buckman and the rest of the police force. As Jason Taverner struggles to make sense of the world around him and to save his own life within the novel's pages, Dick presents themes including integrity, deception, and transformation.
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The fictional worlds of Philip K. Dick are populated by strange creatures and situations: men with enormous steel teeth, private detectives who own electric animals, self-governing insane asylums. It ...
From Philip K. Dick's first sale of a story entitled "Roog" to Anthony Boucher of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1952 and his first published story, "Beyond Lies the Wub" in Planet St...