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Voices from the Street by Philip K. Dick

Reviewed by John Burgman

"Stuart Hadley, the anti-hero of Philip K. Dick's previously unpublished novel Voices From the Street, has one hell of a chip on his shoulder. The suburban American landscape of the 1950s doesn't impress him. And while he acknowledges the joie de vivre provided by the rise of television and consumerism, he definitely doesn't subscribe to it...." Read the entire Esquire review.

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