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Deny all knowledge : reading The X files

Author: David Lavery; Angela Hague; Marla Cartwright
Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, ©1996.
Series: Television series.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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An examination of why the television show that has suggested "that the United States government is involved in a vast conspiracy with former Nazi and Japanese scientists to assist alien beings in performing experiments--including genetic hybridization--on American citizens is so popular.--Cover.
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Deny all knowledge.
Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, ©1996
(OCoLC)605517225
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Lavery; Angela Hague; Marla Cartwright
ISBN: 0815627173 9780815627173 0815604076 9780815604075
OCLC Number: 35017539
Description: x, 233 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: generation X--the x-files and the cultural moment / David Lavery, Angela Hague, and Marla Cartwright --
Rewriting popularity: the cult files / Jimmie L. Reeves, Mark C. Rodgers, and Michael Epstein --
DDEB, GATB, MPPB, and Ratboy: the x-files' media fandom, online and off / Susan J. Clerc --
"Are you now or have you ever been?": conspiracy theory and the x-files / Allison Graham --
"I want to believe ... in the FBI": the special agent and the x-files / Michele Malach --
"Last week we had an omen": the mythological x-files / Leslie Jones. "What do you think?": the x-files, liminality, and gender pleasure / Rhonda Wilcox and J.P. Williams --
Special agent or monstrosity?: finding the feminine in the x-files / Lisa Parks --
How to talk the unknown into existence: an exercise in x-filology / Alec McHoul --
The rebirth of the clinic: the body as alien in the x-files / Linda Badley --
"You only expose your father": the imaginary, voyeurism, and the symbolic order in the x-files / Elizabeth Kubek --
Appendix: episode summary, 1993-1996.
Series Title: Television series.
Responsibility: edited by David Lavery, Angela Hague, and Marla Cartwright.

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The "X Files" is as controversial a phenomenon as the television series "Twin Peaks" was in the early 1990s. Contributors to this volume examine the same storylines that challenge viewers to provide  Read more...

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