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The gospel according to Tony Soprano : an unauthorized look into the soul of TV's top mob boss and his family

Author: Chris Seay
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Uses the hit series, "The Sopranos," as a metaphor to explore the true meaning of family, faith, life, mortality, and God.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Seay
ISBN: 1585421944 9781585421947
OCLC Number: 50253178
Description: xiv, 159 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction --
CHAPTER 1 --
Cultural Reflection: Why The Sopranos --
Strikes a Chord --
CHAPTER 2 --
Tony Soprano: A Neo-Solomon from New Jersey --
CHAPTER 3 --
Carmela Soprano: The Queen of the Castle --
CHAPTER 4 --
Meadow and AJ. Soprano: The Children --
CHAPTER 5 --
The Sins of the Father Are Passed to the Son --
CHAPTER 6 --
Confirmed in the Faith --
CHAPTER 7 --
Isolation: Ducks, Delusions, and Depression --
CHAPTER 8 --
Psychology: Tomato Sauce for Your Ass --
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO TONY SOPRANO --
CHAPTER 9 --
The Men: In Jogging Suits and See-Through Socks --
CHAPTER 10 --
Betrayed with a Kiss --
CHAPTER 11 --
The Futility of Life: For Everything There is a Season --
CHAPTER 12 --
Sexuality: Like a Full Goblet of Wine --
CHAPTER 13 --
Que Sera Sera: What Will Be, Will Be --
Conclusion --
Notes.
Responsibility: by Chris Seay.
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Uses the hit series, "The Sopranos," as a metaphor to explore the true meaning of family, faith, life, mortality, and God.

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