"Wonderful Wizard of Oz" in American Popular Culture: Uneasy in Eden
By: Neil Earle (author)Hardback
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This study advances the concept of an interdisciplinary approach to the study of popular culture. Drawing upon archetypal theory as expounded by Jung and Frye, culture history, literary criticism, and the popular culture theories of John Fiske as they intersect with postmodern and deconstructionist interpretations, it links the discipline of history to the idea of the popular. It aims to make the theories of literary critics more accessible to college students who are familiar with the plot of the "The Wizard of Oz". This book should be of interest to students and teachers of film studies, religion and literature, American studies and culture history.
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