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by Philip K. Dick
Author: Philip K. Dick
Publisher: Paladin; paperback / softback edition (1986)
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The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike is a realist, non-science fiction novel by American writer Philip K. Dick.
The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike is a realist, non-science fiction novel by American writer Philip K. Originally completed in 1960, this book was initially rejected by potential publishers, and posthumously published by a small press in 1984, two years after Dick's death. Sometime between 1958 and 1962, Leo Runcible, a Liberal Jew, is working in the real estate field.
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Tor books by philip k. The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike. This is a work of fiction. Being a grammar school teacher in a small rural town had made him tactful. He dealt with parents who were farm people, fundamentalists in religion as well as in politics and all social ideas. In his class he had great lumpy twelve-year-old boys from the ranches, near morons who could barely be taught to read. They would eventually go back to the ranch and become milkers; their lives were mapped out.
With them was a third man whom he had never seen before. There were several cars parked in front. A book fell from his arms and struck the ground, its leaves fluttering. The man started back, hesitated, then continued on towards them. The vet recognized him, now.
Easily the WORST Philip K Dick book I've read. I have to say his non science fiction work is very disappointing. Jan 14, 2012 David rated it liked it. Shelves: 2012, purged-books. His non-scifi books should be the same but they are not they are filled with the dullest and most annoying suburbanities. The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike, Philip K Dick, 304 pg. This book is from PKD's selection of non-science-fiction stories. If I remember correctly, he wrote most of these stories early on in his career; they weren't very popular and remained unpublished until fairly recently.
Philip K. Dick shows his humor in this mainstream novel. This is basically about a practical joke gone wild
Philip K. This is basically about a practical joke gone wild. Dick is the author who brought you the stories that so many movies have been made from including Bladerunner. Eventually, I would get them all, but there were still his unpublished books to get: Mary and the Giant, Puttering About in a Small Land, etc.
He may be a man of principle, but Liberal Jewish Leo is an outsider in the lilywhite Carquinez, Marin County. Though not quite as good as his next book, The Man in the High Castle, The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike is an extremely readable novel. When he gets into a pointless argument with a customer over his neighbour Walt Dombrosio's house guests, the resulting ramifications follow a bizarre logic of cause and effect to lead in entirely unexpected directions. It is filled with characters and conflict that were to become Dick's trademark. A must read for Philip K. Dick fans.
He’s down in town, at the Chevron Station. He wants to know how to get up here. dly wait to the end. He got up from his desk before she had finished her sentence; striding by her, he picked up the phone. Hello, Tony, he said, with all the force and geniality he could create; he let it flow from him-it rolled out, pleasing him; his own joyfulness buoyed him up, swept him on. How was the drive over our little hill?
He may be a man of principle, but Liberal Jewish Leo is an outsider in the lilywhite Carquinez, Marin County. More by Philip K.
Originally completed in 1960, this book was initially rejected by potential publishers, and posthumously published by a small press in 1984, two years after Dick's death. Between 1958 and 1962, Leo Runcible works in the real estate field.