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"A terrific labyrinthine look at the soap-fan culture. Harrington and Bielby cover it all--from the clubs to the crackpots, from today's hip n' sassy internet to the bubble-headed fanzines of yore--and the result is as juicy and compelling as the soaps themselves." --Michael Logan, TV Guide "A rare combination of scholarship and engrossing readability, Soap Fans offers a fascinating and mostly positive insight into the lives of the misunderstood and often maligned soap opera devotee." --Mimi Torchin, Editor-in-Chief, Soap Opera Weekly

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A dispute of the simplistic illusion of soap fans as bored housewives or losers
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