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The eleventh of PKD's mainstream novels—yeah, I know, who knew he wrote so many! —"Out of all my mainstream novels, my one gem: The Man Whose Teeth Were exactly Alike, is economically written, rather tender and yet in places funny . . . it reads like a fusion of Nathaniel West and F. Scott Fitzgerald. . . it has unexpected and really quite extraordinary consequences." from the author's notes on rereading his unpublished novels. A few snags in rear of d.j., else a fine copy in d.j.