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Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars: An Anthology

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ISBN-10: 0810885123
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These titles will be of interest to Star Wars fans and popular culture scholars alike. They provide and interesting and scholarly view of the series and insight into our culture's feelings on politics, religion, media, and gender issues. (American Reference Books Annual)

Because it [Star Wars] combines so many aspects of various legends, fairy tales, adventures and even religions, it connects so easily with huge audiences. Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars introduces a good samples of that discussion. (Popcultureshelf.com)

About the Author

Douglas Brode teaches popular culture at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Our Lady of the Lake University (also in San Antonio). He has published more than 35 books, including Rod Sterling and The Twilight Zone (2009).

Leah Deyneka holds a master’s degree in 19th-century literature from King’s College, London, and has written extensively on literature, film, media, and popular culture.
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