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Sopranos on the Couch

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The Sopranos has proved a pop-culture sensation as one of the most controversial, provocative, thoughtful and complex series on television. Its characters and phrases have entered everyday life, its language and themes have stretched the norms of commercial television. This book provides a compact and authoritative examination of each episode and season - the themes, insid ...more
Published June 18th 2002 by Continuum
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Great book! However, the way it is set up limits what it can do. Unlike Blackwell's '... and Philosophy' series, this book is arranged by analyzing episode by episode, as opposed to the broader essays according to themes that the Blackwell series uses. Sopranos on the Couch does a good job of analyzing and finding the themes of every episode, which is well-suited for that particular television series. I would have liked, in addition to this, a section where we could analyzed each component, such ...more
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