"Seinfeld" (BOK)

Nicholas Mirzoeff

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This is a reflective, funny account of one of the most popular TV sitcoms ever made: "Seinfeld "(1990-1998). Ostensibly a show "about nothing," its creator Larry David decreed that it should contain "no hugging, no learning." Nicholas Mirzoeff explores Seinfeld's obsession with the rules of everyday life in the key areas of comedy itself: dating, relationships, Jewishness and how to be a New Yorker, wherever you happen to live. Mirzoeff situates Seinfeld as an expression of Clinton-era America, from its consistently ironic take on social life, to the changing culture of sexuality and ethnicity. This is a reflective, funny and occasionally digressive account of what it is to watch television.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 2007
Forfatter Nicholas Mirzoeff Forlag
BFI PUBLISHING
ISBN 9781844572014 Antall sider 160
Dimensjoner 13,5cm x 19cm x 1cm Vekt 255 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Emner og form Television