Hairspray By Dana Heller(auth.), Diane Negra, Yvonne Tasker(eds.)
2011 | 169 Pages | ISBN: 1405191627 | PDF | 3 MB

By reconsidering assumptions about mainstream popular culture and its revolutionary possibilities, author Dana Heller reveals that John Waters' popular 1988 film Hairspray is the director's most subversive movie. Represents the first scholarly work on any of film director John Waters' films Incorporates original interview material with the director Reveals meanings embedded in the film's narrative treatment of racial and sexual politics Content: Chapter 1 The Roots (pages 7-29): Chapter 2 Tangled Genres: The Teenpic Gets a Makeover (pages 30-48): Chapter 3 Hair with Body: Corpulence, Unruliness, and Cultural Subversion (pages 49-79): Chapter 4 Highlighting History: Hairspray's Uses of Popular Memory (pages 80-106): Chapter 5 More than 20 Years and Still Holding: The Many Lives of Hairspray (pages 107-133):

Buy Premium From Rapidgator and Nitroflare Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me
Download (Uploadgig) Download ( Rapidgator ) Download ( NitroFlare )