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The Literary Angel : Essays on Influences and Traditions Reflected in the Joss Whedon Series.

Author: AmiJo Comeford; Tamy Burnett
Publisher: Jefferson : McFarland & Co., Publishers, 2010.
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The fictionalized Los Angeles of television's Angel is a world filled with literature--from the all-important Shansu prophecy that predicts Angel's return to a state of humanity to the ever-present books dominating the characters' research sessions. This collection brings together essays that engage Angel as a text to be addressed within the wider fields of narrative and literature. It is divided into four distinct  Read more...
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Comeford, AmiJo
Literary Angel : Essays on Influences and Traditions Reflected in the Joss Whedon Series
Jefferson : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, c2010
Named Person: Joss Whedon
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: AmiJo Comeford; Tamy Burnett
ISBN: 9780786457717 0786457716
OCLC Number: 652654379
Description: 1 online resource (265 p.)
Contents: Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; One : Archetypes; Two : Narrative & Identity; Three : Theory & Philosophy; Four : Genre; About the Contributors; Bibliography; Index.

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The fictionalized Los Angeles of television's Angel is a world filled with literature--from the all-important Shansu prophecy that predicts Angel's return to a state of humanity to the ever-present books dominating the characters' research sessions. This collection brings together essays that engage Angel as a text to be addressed within the wider fields of narrative and literature. It is divided into four distinct parts, each with its own internal governing themes and focus: archetypes, narrative and identity, theory and philosophy, and genre. Each provides opportunities for readers to examin.

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