Philip K. Dick’s The Man Who Japed

“Allen put down the book. ‘That’s not bad.’ It gave him a queer feeling, and he reread the passage carefully.

There was a scraping sound on the stairs and Sugarmann entered. ‘What’s not bad?’ He saw the book and nodded. “James Joyce. Excellent writer. Ulysses brings us a good deal, these days. More than Joyce himself ever got.”

Even in a futuristic dystopia, James Joyce is the man. Looking forward to reading more Philip K. Dick.

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