Table of contents for Philip K. Dick : exhilaration and terror of the postmodern / Christopher Palmer.

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  1. Philip K. Dick and the Postmodern
  2. Complications of Humanism and Postmodernism 
  3. Static and Kinetic in Dick's Political Unconscious

  4. Mired in the Sex War: Dick's Realist Novels of the Fifties 
  5. The Short Stories: Philip K. Dick and the Nuclear Family
  6. The Man in the High Castle: The Reasonableness and
      Madness of History
  7. Eating and Being Eaten: Dangerous Deities and Depleted
  8. Critique and Fantasy in Martian Time-Slip and Clans of the
      Alphane Moon
  9. Critical Reason and Romantic Idealism in Martian
 10. A Scanner Darkly: Postmodern Society and the End of Difference
 11. Gestures, Anecdotes, Visions: Formal Recourses of Humanism
 12. Postmodernism and the Birth of the Author in Valis

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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dick, Philip K, Criticism and interpretation, Science fiction, American History and criticism, Horror tales, American History and criticism, Postmodernism (Literature) United States