The Television World of Pushing Daisies: Critical Essays on the Bryan Fuller Series Alissa Burger

ISBN: 9780786485758

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The Television World of Pushing Daisies: Critical Essays on the Bryan Fuller Series  by  Alissa Burger

The Television World of Pushing Daisies: Critical Essays on the Bryan Fuller Series by Alissa Burger
| Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 203 pages | ISBN: 9780786485758 | 9.69 Mb

Pushing Daisies was a unique network television show. This collection of 10 essays addresses the quirky, off-beat elements that made the show a popular success, as well as fodder for scholarly inquiry. Divided into three main sections, the essaysMorePushing Daisies was a unique network television show. This collection of 10 essays addresses the quirky, off-beat elements that made the show a popular success, as well as fodder for scholarly inquiry.

Divided into three main sections, the essays address the themes of difference, the placement of the series within a larger philosophical context, and the role of gender on the show. A consideration of Pushing Daisies unique style and aesthetics is a consistent source of interest across these international and interdisciplinary scholarly critiques.



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