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Title Reading the Sopranos : hit TV from HBO / edited by David Lavery
Published London ; New York : I.B. Tauris ; New York : Distributed in the United States and Canada by Palgrave Macmillan, 2006


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 MELB  791.4572 Lav/Rts  AVAILABLE
Description xii, 260 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Series Reading contemporary television
Reading contemporary television.
Summary "Coinciding with the sixth and penultimate series, Reading the Sopranos offers a timely response to one of the most talked about shows on television. This book explores how The Sopranos has rewritten the rules of television drama and changed attitudes about television itself. Contributors present fresh perspectives on psychotherapy and dreams; racism and the Italian-American community; Carmela and post-feminism; The Sopranos as an HBO brand; racism; the full cast of 'gangsters Italianate' that people Sopranos' New Jersey and much more." "Reading The Sopranos also features a timeline, character list and complete episode guide, as well as editor David Lavery's up to date 'Intertextual Moments and Allusions on The Sopranos'."--BOOK JACKET
Analysis Sopranos (Television program)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [246]-256) and index
Subject Sopranos (Television program)
Television programs -- United States -- Plots, themes, etc
Author Lavery, David, 1949-
ISBN 1845111214 paperback
Other Titles Hit TV from HBO
Hit television from home box office