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Philip Kendrid Dick

Dick, Philip Kendrid (1928–82), U.S. science fiction author whose works illustrate his philosophical ideas and concentrate on the characters instead of action or technology. Dick's most popular novel is The Man in the High Castle (1962); other works include Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968), the basis for the movie Bladerunner (1982); and Dr. Bloodmoney (1965).

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