Philip K. Dick, “A Scanner Darkly.”

There is no moral
in this novel.

It is not bourgeois;
it does not say
[the characters]
were wrong to play
when they should have toiled;
it just tells
what the consequences were.

I myself,
I am not a character
in this novel;
I am the novel.

So, though,
was our entire nation
at this time.”

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