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Deadwood: BFI TV Classic Deadwood: BFI TV Classic

Jason Jacobs examines the production history, reception, key themes and aesthetic strategies of a radical revision of the western genre. Jason Jacobs examines the production history, reception, key themes and aesthetic strategies of a radical revision of the western genre.
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Jason Jacobs' study of Deadwood (HBO, 2004-06) combines an in-depth production and reception history with astute analysis of the series' key themes and aesthetic strategies to argue that the show not only marked a radical revision of the western genre but an outstanding work of television art. Jason Jacobs' study of Deadwood (HBO, 2004-06) combines an in-depth production and reception history with astute analysis of the series' key themes and aesthetic strategies to argue that the show not only marked a radical revision of the western genre but an outstanding work of television art.

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SKU 9781844573622
Author(s) Jason Jacobs
Product contents Acknowledgments Arriving in Deadwood History Al and Seth The Primordial Camp Alma and Trixie God and Gold Cy and Joanie Communication and Civilization Wu, Cocksuckers Notes Bibliography Credits Index
Publisher(s) BFI Publishing
Format Paperback
Original publication date 14/06/2012
Number of pages 172

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