The Dark Haired Girl

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The Dark Haired Girl
Dark Haired Girl.jpg
Dust-jacket from the first edition
Author Philip K. Dick
Country United States
Language English
Genre Essays, poems and letters
Publisher Mark V. Ziesing
Publication date
1988
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 249 pp
ISBN 0-929480-03-1
OCLC 19561157
813/.54 20
LC Class PS3554.I3 D37 1988

The Dark Haired Girl is a collection of essays, poems and letters by Philip K. Dick. It was first published by Mark V. Ziesing in 1989.

Ziesing considers this the necessary companion volume to the complete collected works of the author. The letters, in particular, provide graphic evidence of Dick's all-too-human qualities within the context of his multiple relationships and/or marriages.

Contents[edit]

  • Introduction, by Paul Williams
  • "The Dark-Haired Girl"
  • The Android and the Human
  • poem
  • The Evolution of a Vital Love
  • letters, to Edgar Dick
  • Man, Android and Machine
  • letter, to Laura Dick
  • "Goodbye, Vincent"

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