METAPOP: SELF-REFERENTIALITY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE
Metapop: Self-referentiality in Contemporary American Popular Culture by Michael Dunne. "This is the first study to address the ever-growing curiosity of pop culture's reflection of itself in its art forms and to explore the extent to which "metapop" (author's term for popular culture's reflection of itself in its genres) permeates our media and our society. The author's intelligent and well-articulated arguments show that he has identified a novel characteristic of our culture and has provided a definitive guide to understanding it."

METAPOP: SELF-REFERENTIALITY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE

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  • Binding: Hardcover; Book Condition: As New; Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good; Publication Date: 1992; Edition: First Edition; Publisher: University Press of Mississippi
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