THE DIVINE MADNESS OF PHILIP K. DICK
Probes the fascinating mystery of Dick's heart and mind and explores how early traumas opened him to spiritual experiences while also predisposing him toward drug dependency and violence. Dick's divine madness was a powerful spiritual experience conveyed in the images of science fiction.
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