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PostPosted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 8:56 pm 
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The latest TLS (Oct. 2) has a review of Valis and Later Novels, an anthology of Dick's very far-out final novels. The book is edited by Jonathan Lethem and is published in the prestigious Library of America series of noteworthy American fiction. It is the third volume of Dick's novels to be published by the Library.
I have read none of the stories in this book, although all are on my list of books to be read. I thought I should alert readers to the existence of the review for two reasons. First, the book's publication is a significant event in the history of American SF, given the disdain in which our genre is (was?) held by the American literary establishment. Second, the review is one more sign of the acceptance of SF by the British cultural elite. For the TLS is without doubt the world's most authoritative source for news concerning new fiction and non-fiction publications.


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Does anyone still have access to a copy of this review?

I'd like to read it, but don't want to have to sign up to the TLS archive....

I'd be much obliged....

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Does anyone still have access to a copy of this review?

I'd like to read it, but don't want to have to sign up to the TLS archive....

I'd be much obliged....

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I still subscribe to the TLS and can try to access the archive and send a doc to you. I tried to access it when I renewed my subscription less than two months ago. Nothing worked. This might well be due to my technoclumsy mind and body. But I shall try again soon. If you wish to write me, I am at bergergeorgeATyahooDOTcom. I am quite busy right now, so I cannot promise instant results. The review was fine, but contained nothing that a PKD fan does not know .


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George Berger wrote:
I still subscribe to the TLS and can try to access the archive and send a doc to you. I tried to access it when I renewed my subscription less than two months ago. Nothing worked. This might well be due to my technoclumsy mind and body. But I shall try again soon. If you wish to write me, I am at bergergeorgeATyahooDOTcom. I am quite busy right now, so I cannot promise instant results. The review was fine, but contained nothing that a PKD fan does not know .


Thanks George, much appreciated....and an email on it's way to you now.

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I just got it, James. I saved your address.


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