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Little Boxes: Twelve Writers on Television

Essays

Cultural criticism for people who grew up with television as the primary background noise.

August 8, 2017
6 x 9 | 208 Pages
Trade Paper

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ISBN: 978-1-56689-472-2.

$16.95

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Description

What happens when television is part of your cultural dna? Twelve writers talk about their influences, and they’re more Magnum, P.I. than Marcel Proust. This is cultural criticism from an enthusiast’s point of view—taking sitcoms and dramedies and very special episodes seriously, not because they’re art, but because they matter to us.

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