BOOK REVIEW: “Divine Invasions: A Life of Philip K. Dick” by Lawrence Sutin (1989)

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It’s been said that the more interesting a person is, the more problematic they are for their biographers. It’s also been said that a biography should never be confused for the subject’s soul, but rather merely the image the author had of them. It’s also been pointed out on more than one occasion that people tend to egregiously misrepresent themselves in their lives to their friends, business associates, family, even to themselves.


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