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Subject: Re: Philip K. Dick parallels in Twin Peaks
From: roman@mthvax.cs.miami.edu (Roman)
Date: 1990-10-09, 19:27
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: Roman@Mthvax.CS.Miami.Edu

In <8050@gollum.twg.com> james@twg.com (James Marshall) writes:

> >OK, I thought surely someone would point this out before me, but it
> >hasn't happened.

> >Doesn't the whole bit of getting messages in dreams from outer space
> >aliens kind of reek of ALL of Philip K. Dick's later works?  I mean,
> >that seemed to be his whole theme near the end.

> >Does anyone else feel this way?

> >(Has anyone else read Philip K. Dick?)

> >-James

Definitely!  I was glad to hear someone else thought so.  The last
bits of the last episode were very "Radio Free Albemuth"-esque.  So,
does this mean that Killer Bob is really just some kind of 
anti-Valis terrorist?

(Apologies to non-readers of PKD)


--R

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