This essay traces the deleterious effects of surveillance and conspiracy on the post-war subject in Philip K. Dick's A Scanner Darkly. The novel concludes with a reparative moment of counter-surveillance that restores the deadened protagonist, thus gesturing to counter-surveillance as a means of finding sustenance amidst a world of total surveillance.


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