e-Book Reading Lost: Perspectives on a Hit Television Show (Reading Contemporary Television) epub downloadAuthor: Roberta Pearson
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Publisher: I.B.Tauris (March 15, 2009)
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e-Book Reading Lost: Perspectives on a Hit Television Show (Reading Contemporary Television) epub download
by Roberta Pearson
Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition Roberta Pearson is a Professor of Film and Television Studies and Director of the Institute of Film and Television Studies, University of Nottingham.
Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Roberta Pearson is a Professor of Film and Television Studies and Director of the Institute of Film and Television Studies, University of Nottingham.
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We all have opinions about the television shows we watch, but television criticism is about much more than simply evaluating the merits of a particular show and deeming .
We all have opinions about the television shows we watch, but television criticism is about much more than simply evaluating the merits of a particular show and deeming it ‘good’ or ‘bad. Rather, criticism uses the close examination of a television program to explore that program’s cultural significance, creative strategies, and its place in a broader social context. How to Watch Television brings together forty original essays from today’s leading scholars on television culture, writing about the programs they care (and think) the most about.
Perspectives on a Hit Television Show, ed. Roberta Pearson, 9–26. McCabe, Janet, and Kim Akass (ed. Quality TV: Contemporary American Television and Beyond. McDonald, Kevin, and Daniel Smith-Rowsey (ed.
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Television Companion Books and Quality TV David Lavery 228 Quality01 pr. ndd vi 30/07/2007 10:27:12 Contents vii Afterthoughts: Defining Quality: Into the Future 237 17 Lost in Transition: From Post-Network to Post-Television Roberta Pearson 239 TV and Film Guide 257 Notes 265 Bibliography 271 Index 287 Quality01 pr. ndd vii 30/07/2007 10:27 .
This book is a comprehensive guide to the one of the most successful TV dramas in global television history. Created by wunderkind J.J. Abrams, the award-winning series Lost began in 2004 and will end after its sixth season in 2010. Reading Lost delves into the aspects that attract 15 million viewers a week: cinematic visuals, complex narrative, and a diverse, international cast. Also addressed are the show's multitude of mystifying elements and plot twists including the polar bear, the four-toed statue, and the ""Others."" The book also includes an up-to-date episode guide.