Books in category Performing Arts – Television

  • The Tao of Jack Bauer

    The Tao of Jack Bauer
    Steven Keslowitz

    The book also contains a fun quiz that measures how similar you are to Jack Bauer. So sit back, relax, and explore the world of 24 in a fresh, new light. As Jack Bauer would say: open the book "now, damn it!"

  • CSI

    CSI
    Derek Kompare

    The book Examines CSI as an important example of contemporary popular television, exploring its formal and narrative style, and its impact on media culture Provides a model for studying how genre, narrative, industry concerns, and the broad …

  • The Proust Screenplay

    The Proust Screenplay
    Harold Pinter, Joseph Losey, Barbara Bray

    Presents the author's never-produced screenplay of Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past," created with the collaboration of director Joseph Losey and Proust scholar Barbara Bray over the course of one year in the early 1970s.

  • Inside HBO s Game of Thrones

    Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones
    Bryan Cogman, George R. R. Martin, David Benioff, D. B. Weiss

    An official companion to the highly rated cable series offers new insights into its characters and storylines, providing hundreds of set photos, designs and insider accounts as well as actor and crew interviews that describe memorable …

  • Third Wave Feminism and Television

    Third Wave Feminism and Television
    Merri Lisa Johnson

    The sexual politics of television culture is the territory covered by this book – the first to demonstrate the ways in which third wave feminist television studies approaches and illuminates mainstream TV. The book offers an exuberant and …

  • Local Hollywood

    Local Hollywood
    Ben Goldsmith, Susan Ward, Tom O’Regan

    The pioneering story of Australia's own Hollywood. Hollywood films and television programs are watched by a global audience.

  • When Television was Young

    When Television was Young
    Paul Rutherford

    He focuses on three key aspects of the story.

  • Television

    Television
    Alexander B. Magoun

    Explores the history of television, discussing its initial conception, technological changes over the years, and the development of cable television and videotapes.

  • Ain t that a Knee slapper

    Ain’t that a Knee-slapper
    Tim Hollis

    A hee-hawing history of comedic performers from the golden age of radio through "The Dukes of Hazzard"

  • The Sopranos Season Seven

    The Sopranos Season Seven
    Maurice Yacowar

    This episode-by-episode analysis of The Sopranos' last season supplements the author's study, The Sopranos on the Couch.

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