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Philip K. Dick

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Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said is a science-fiction novel by Philip K. Dick. It was written in 1974, and its title is a reference to a song by composer John Dowland. The story is set in a dystopian, futuristic United States of America. The protagonist is Jason Taverner, a famous television host who awakes one day to find that no one remembers him and all evidence of his existence has been erased. As he attempts to discover why these inexplicable changes have occurred, he must avoid detection by the powerful police state, as his lack of official identification makes him a target. This novel explores themes of totalitarianism, fame, love, perception, and resistance.

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