Flow my tears, the policeman said

TitleFlow my tears, the policeman said
Year for Search1974
AuthorsDick, Philip K[indred](1928-82)
Date Published1974
PublisherDoubleday
Place PublishedGarden City, NY
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Authoritarian dystopia in the U. S. following a “Second Civil War”. A police state is established under the National Guard and a U. S. police force with forced labor camps. Communities of former university students exist underground where they are barely surviving. Over the course of the novel the situation gradually improves.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. New York: DAW Books, 1975; and in Five Novels of the 1960s & 70s. Martian Time-Slip; Dr. Bloodmoney; Now Wait for Last Year; Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said; A Scanner Darkly. Ed. Jonathan Lethem (New York: The Library of America, 2008), 669-858, 1125-26

Info Notes

See also Linda Hartinian, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said based upon the novel by Philip K. Dick. Woodstock, IL: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1990; multi-media first presented by Mabou Mines at the Boston Shakespeare Festival June 18, 1985 with the New York City premiere June 3, 1988.

Holding Institutions

DLC, PSt

Author Note

(1928-82)

Full Text

1974 Dick, Philip K[indred] (1928-82). Flow my tears, the policeman said. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. Rpt. New York: DAW Books, 1975; and in Five Novels of the 1960s & 70s. Martian Time-Slip Dr. Bloodmoney Now Wait for Last Year Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said A Scanner Darkly. Ed. Jonathan Lethem (New York: The Library of America, 2008), 669-858, 1125-26. See also Linda Hartinian, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said based upon the novel by Philip K. Dick. Woodstock, IL: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1990; multi-media first presented by Mabou Mines at the Boston Shakespeare Festival June 18, 1985 with the New York City premiere June 3, 1988. DLC, PSt

Authoritarian dystopia in the U. S. following a “Second Civil War”. A police state is established under the National Guard and a U. S. police force with forced labor camps. Communities of former university students exist underground where they are barely surviving. Over the course of the novel the situation gradually improves.