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The broken bubble / Philip K. Dick.

The broken bubble / Philip K. Dick.
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ISBN 9780575133082 (paperback)
Author Dick, Philip K. author.
Title The broken bubble / Philip K. Dick.
Publisher/Date London Gollancz, 2014.
©1988.
Pagination etc. 246 pages ; 20 cm.
Summary Note San Francisco in the 1950's, a turning point in American culture: the rise of rock and roll and the teenage lifestyle. Jim Briskin is a disc jockey on radio KOIF. He's still in love with his ex-wife, Pat - even though she's about to marry someone else at the station - and she's vacillating between them. But when he takes her to visit the desperate household of two of his teenage fans, she seduces the boy into abandoning his pregnant wife - who then claims Jim as her protector and support. And all around them the cultural upheaval of postwar American society is manifest, by teenage outcasts who have a remote-controlled Nazi automobile they use to to bump into the rich kids' cars; by Thisbe Holt, the dancer who performs for conventioneers by stuffing herself inside a clear plastic bubble; by blaring used-car ads and the conflict between generations.
Subject Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
Happiness -- Fiction
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Fiction
Shelf Location F DICK
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