Deny All Knowledge: Reading the X-Files

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David Lavery, Angela Hague, Marla Cartwright
Syracuse University Press, Dec 1, 1996 - Fiction - 246 pages
The essays in this groundbreaking work constitute a serious look at this controversial-and phenomenally popular -- television show. The authors tackle such questions as: Why is The X-Files so popular Now? How does the show portray women's roles? Is The X-Files a modern myth?
 

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Contents

Rewriting Popularity
22
DDEB GATB MPPB and Ratboy
36
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?
52
Last Week We Had an Omen
77
THE XFILES LIMINAUTY AND GENDER PLEASURE
99
Special Agent or Monstrosity?
121
How to Talk the Unknown into Existence
135
The Rebirth of the Clinic
148
You Only Expose Your Father
168
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