Series: The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick

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Second Variety by Philip K. Dick3, 1991 Version
The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford and Other Classic Stories by Philip K. Dick1, 1987 Version
Second Variety by Philip K. Dick2, 1987 Version
The Father-thing [collection] by Philip K. Dick3, 1987 Version
We Can Remember It for You Wholesale (v. 2) by Philip K. Dick2, 1990 Version
Minority Report and Other Stories (Film Tie-in) by Philip K. Dick4, 1990 Version
The Eye of The Sibyl and Other Classic Stories by Philip K. Dick5, 1992 Version
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, 5-Volume Set by Philip K. Dick5-volume set
The King of the Elves by Philip K. DickVol. 1, 1947-1952
Adjustment Team by Philip K. DickVol. 2, 1952-1953
Upon The Dull Earth by Philip K. DickVol. 3, 1953-1954
The Minority Report and Other Classic Stories by Philip K. DickVol. 4, 1954-1963
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, Volume 5: We Can Remember It For You Wholesale by Philip K. DickVol. 5, 1963-1981

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There are two different versions of this series: the original 1987 US version (which was followed by UK publishers), and the later US version which moved around two stories between volumes.
Cover art and contents at www.pkdickbooks.com.

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