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In Pursuit of Valis:

Selections from the Exegesis, by Philip K. Dick

In a limited, first edition hardcover. Numbered 109 of 250 copies, signed by editor Lawrence Sutin, and housed in a cloth slipcase.

About

Excerpts from the late science fiction writer’s personal journal include autobiographical material as well as discussions of mystical experiences, philosophical speculation, comments on his fictional works, and plot outlines.
Dick’s wealth of knowledge on the subjects of philosophy, religion, and science inform the work throughout.
Absolutely stultifying, brilliant, repetitive, and contradictory. It just might contain the secret of the universe. — Jonathan Lethem

Condition

Slipcover has minor wear and a bit of minor soiling on rear (see 4th photo with black circle). Dust jacket has minor wear but is fully intact. Book is clean and unmarked — appears unread. Binding strong.
$200
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