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The nineties : a book

Author: Chuck Klosterman
Publisher: New York : Penguin Press, 2022. ©2022
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Essays about 1990s popular culture, politics, sports, literature, music"--
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Genre/Form: Essay
essays
History
Essays
Essais
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Klosterman, Chuck, 1972-
Nineties
New York : Penguin Press, 2022
(DLC) 2021014972
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chuck Klosterman
ISBN: 9780735217959 0735217955
OCLC Number: 1245249542
Notes: Jacket title.
Description: 370 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Fighting the battle of who could care less [projections of the distortion] --
The structure of feeling (Swingin' on the flippity-flop) [I see death around the corner] --
Nineteen percent [casual determinism] --
The edge, as viewed from the middle [the slow cancellation of the future and the fast homogenization of the past] --
The movie was about a movie [the power of myth] --
CTRL + ALT + DELETE [alive in the superunknown] --
Three true outcomes [vodka on the chessboard] --
Yesterday's concepts of tomorrow [the importance of being earnest] --
Sauropods [giving the people what they want, except that they don't] --
A two-dimensional fourth dimension [the spin doctors] --
I feel the pain of everyone, then I feel nothing [just try it, and see what happens] --
The end of the decade, the end of decades.
Other Titles: 90s
Responsibility: Chuck Klosterman.

Abstract:

"Essays about 1990s popular culture, politics, sports, literature, music"--

At the beginning, everyone's name and address was listed in the phone book, and everyone answered their landline because you didn't know who it was. By the end, exposing someone's address was an act of emotional violence, and nobody picked up their cell phone if they didn't know who was calling. Klosterman shows that in the 1990s there was a wholesale shift in how society was perceived. He shows how the period between the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Twin Towers brought about a revolution in the human condition that we are still groping to understand. --

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