Voices From The Street is an early realist novel by American science fiction author Philip K. Dick, written in the early 1950s. Unpublished at the time, it was released Author: Philip K. Dick.
Mar 26, 2017 · “He reworks the territory of soured domesticity (à la Richard Yates and John Updike) in a working-class milieu anticipating Raymond Carver. Decades later, his oeuvre (like Philip Roth's) is lovingly enshrined in our national pantheon.” ―LA Times on Voices from the Street “Philip K. Dick was science fiction's prolific mind-blower.”3.1/5(23).
Jan 23, 2007 · Voices From the Street [Philip K. Dick] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stuart Hadley is a young radio electronics salesman in early 1950s Oakland, California. He has what many would consider the ideal life; a nice houseCited by: 1.
I am most fond of science fiction, and Philip K. Dick does not fail to disappoint with Voices From the Street. It is not the kind of sci-fi set in outer space, but rather the kind of sci-fi that is Other. This is a period piece, of the 1950's. One can clearly tell this through the gender and racial relations depicted throughout the novel.3.3/5.