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The Aesthetics of Culture in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
The Aesthetics of Culture in BtVS (Buffyverse)
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Author(s) Matthew Pateman
Publication date January 18, 2006
Length 288 pages
Published by McFarland & Company
ISBN ISBN 0-7864-2249-1

The Aesthetics of Culture in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is an academic publication relating to the fictional Buffyverse established by TV series, Buffy and Angel.

The book by Matthew Pateman is an examination of the cultural commentary contained in Buffy. The show was a somewhat unusual vehicle used to present, quite typical views of late 20th century culture-teenage problems via the character of Buffy Summers. It covers topics such as broken homes and the search for meaning in life. Subtler themes are always included; such as cultural views of knowledge, ethnicity and history.
The Aesthetics of Culture in BtVS (Buffyverse)

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