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Planet Simpson : how a cartoon masterpiece documented an era and defined a generation (Book, 2004) [WorldCat.org]

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Planet Simpson : how a cartoon masterpiece documented an era and defined a generation

Author:Chris Turner Publisher:Toronto : Random House Canada, ©2004. Edition/Format:  Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats Rating:

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Document Type:Book All Authors / Contributors:Chris Turner ISBN:0679313184 9780679313182 OCLC Number:55682258 Notes:Includes index. Description:xiii, 466 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Contents:Introduction: The birth of the Simpsonian institution --
1. The life and times of the Simpsons --
2. Homer's odyssey --
3. Bart Simpson, punk icon --
4. Citizen Burns --
5. Lisa Lionhart --
6. Marge knows best --
7. The Simpsons in cyberspace --
8. The ugly Springfieldianite --
9. The Simpsons go Hollywood --
10. The Simpsons through the looking glass --
11. Planet Simpson. Responsibility:Chris Turner.

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