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  • Stache, Lara C., 1981- author.
  • Gilmore girls (Television program : 2000-2007)
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    Gilmore girls : a cultural history / Lara C. Stache and Rachel Davidson.
    by Stache, Lara C., 1981- author.
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    Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Incorporated, [2019]
  • Gilmore girls (Television program : 2000-2007)
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    9781538112830 (hardcover)
    1538112833 (hardcover)
    9781538112847 (electronic book)
    xx, 219 pages : illustrations, portraits.
    Introduction: We had a Gilmore girl, we lost a Gilmore girl -- I. Relationships: my sister, my daughter: -- Mothers & daughters:" vicious trollop" -- Fatherhood: "people die, we pay" -- Romance: I''m afraid once your heart is involved, it all comes out in moron -- Friendship: "tangerinam" -- II. Culture: "she's Anthony Michael Hall in Breakfast club smart": -- Feminism: "does Susan Faludi know about this?" -- Popular culture: "I mean, who doesn't love Muzak?" -- Issues of class: money makes people shallow -- Small town livin': "babette ate oatmeal!" -- Conclusion: "Do I look shorter?" -- The episodes: an opinionated compendium.
    No longer just a cult classic, Gilmore Girls is a cultural staple for TV fans.
    Airing from 2000–2007, Gilmore Girls focused on the relationship between thirty-something single mom Lorelai and her teenage daughter, Rory. While exploring themes of family, romantic love, friendship, and life’s choices, this quirky show featured fast-paced dialogue, funny quips, and a steady stream of pop-culture references. Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Gilmore Girls served as a launching pad for the careers of its stars - including Lauren Graham, Melissa McCarthy, Alexis Bledel, Jared Padalecki, and Milo Ventimiglia. The series’ popularity was so enduring that ten years after its initial run, a revival season was released on Netflix.
    In Gilmore Girls: A Cultural History, Lara C. Stache and Rachel Davidson offer an engaging analysis of the popular series. The authors examine how the show serves as a representation of American culture and politics, reflects complexity within multiple mother-daughter dynamics, and employed literature, movies, and music to drive the dialogue and plot. They also explore how the choices made in the series reflect social values of the time, reinforce and challenge traditional ideas of gender and feminism, and unpack the cultural significance of this endearing series.
    As both a mirror and a construction of contemporary American culture, the series achieved critical accolades and became a cult classic, at once both unassuming and dynamic. This book offers new ways for fans to appreciate the appeal and value of this binge-worthy favorite as part of the larger culture in which it exists. Gilmore Girls: A Cultural History will be of interest to fans of the show as well as to scholars and students of television, media, and American popular culture. (Publisher)
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