Bring on the books for everybody: how literary culture became popular culture
Includes bibliographical references (p. -275) and index. The end of civilization (or at least civilized reading) as you know it : Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com, and self-cultivation -- Book clubs, book lust, and national librarians : literary connoisseurship as popular entertainment -- The movie was better : the rise of the cine-literary -- "Miramaxing" : beyond mere adaptation -- Sex and the post-literary city -- The devoutly literary bestseller.
- LCC: E169.12
- Dewey Decimal: 306.0973
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: 287 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- Edition Info: (electronic bk.)
- Popular culture and literature -- United States
- Popular culture -- United States
- Book clubs (Bookselling) -- United States
- Book clubs (Discussion groups) -- United States
- Populaire cultuur
- Electronic books
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