Deny All Knowledge: Reading The X Files
David Lavery, Angela Hague, Marla Cartwright
Syracuse University Press, 1996 - Performing Arts - 233 pages
The X Files is as complex and controversial a phenomenon as the television series Twin Peaks was in the early 1990s. Mysterious and macabre episodes, led by fictional FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, captivate devotees week after week. Contributors to this volume examine the same intricate storylines that challenge viewers. Theoretically sophisticated, however, this book provides a forum for the creative process and a discussion of the state of popular culture as a whole.
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