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Popular culture and the expanding consciousness, edited by Ray B. Browne.

New York, Wiley [1973] .
ISBN 0471113220

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Subjects Arts, American -- 20th century.
Popular culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Description viii, 200 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Old attitudes: Kirk, R. Anti-culture at public expense. Browne, R. B. Popular culture: notes toward a definition.--Changing concepts: Sontag, S. One culture and the new sensibility. Fishwick, M. Confessions of an ex-elitist.--Expanding awareness: Cawelti, J. G. Notes toward an aesthetic of popular culture.--The western: Etulain, R. Origins of the western.--The detective story: McSherry, F. D., Jr. The shape of crimes to come.--Comics: Braun, S. Shazam! Here comes Captain Relevant.--Science fiction: DeMott, B. Vonnegut's otherworldly laughter.--Fiction: Cawelti, J. G. The concept of formula in the study of popular literature. Spilka, M. Erich Segal as Little Nell: or the real meaning of Love story.--Music: Lohof, B. The Bacharach phenomenon: a study in popular heroism. Gearhart, T. Jesus Christ superstar: a turning point in music. Nelson, B. Jesus Christ superstar.--Movies: Kael, P. Bonnie and Clyde. Peavy, C. D. Black consciousness and the contemporary cinema.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00446197
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