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"This is an important book for all students of literature andhistory." -- American Studies International
..".thoughtful and provocative.... the essays... grant complexity and contradiction tomass culture, while interrogating its objects from positions that -- explicitly orimplicitly -- derive from the left and from feminism." -- TheIndependent
These innovative and politically engaged essaysreflect the paradox inherent in taking a critical approach to massculture.
The contributors, in many cases pioneers in theirparticular area of inquiry, include: Tania Modleski, Raymond Williams (interviewedhere by Stephen Heath and Gillian Skirrow), Bernard Gendron, Rick Altman, MargaretMorse, Patricia Mellencamp, Judith Williamson, Jean Franco, Kaja Silverman, DanaPolan, and Andreas Huyssen.
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