Mad Men

ISBN-10: 1848853793

ISBN-13: 9781848853799

Edition: 2011

Authors: Gary R. Edgerton
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Description: Don and Betty Draper live in a picture-perfect world. He is a hard-living advertising executive - a 'mad man' - on the fast track. She's a Bryn Mawr graduate and former fashion model, now a suburban princess and mother of three. If they're living out the American Dream, then why are they so unhappy? Why is their dream come true not enough? This book explores, analyses and celebrates the world of 'Mad Men' as cutting edge TV drama and popular phenomenon, and includes an interview with its Executive Producer Scott Hornbacher and an episode guide Every few years a new television program comes along to capture and express the zeitgeist. 'Mad Men' is now that show. Since premiering in July 2007, it's won many awards and is syndicated across the globe. Its imprint is evident throughout contemporary culture, from TV advertisements and magazine covers to designer fashions and online debate. Its creator Matthew Weiner, a former exec producer on 'The Sopranos', has created again compelling, complex characters, this time in the sophisticated go-go world of Madison Avenue during the 1960s, playing out the anxieties and prejudices of an era long neglected in popular culture. 'Mad Men' is a zeitgeist show of the early twenty-first century, this book demonstrates, partly because its characters are an earlier, confused and conflicted version of us, trying to make the best of a future unfolding at breakneck speed.

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Book details

List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Contributors
Foreword: From Rod Serling to Roger Sterling
Introduction: When Our Parents Became Us
Industry and Authorship
The Selling of Mad Men: A Production History
�ǠIf It���s Too Easy, Then Usually There���s Something Wrong���: An Interview with Mad Men���s Executive Producer Scott Hornbacher
Don Draper Confronts the Maddest Men of the Sixties: Bob Dylan and George Lois
Visual and Aural Stylistics and Influences
�ǠSmoke Gets in Your Eyes���: Historicizing Visual Style in Mad Men
Uneasy Listening: Music, Sound, and Criticizing Camelot in Mad Men
Suggestive Silence in Season One
Narrative Dynamics and Genealogy
Learning to Live with Television in Mad Men
Space Ships and Time Machines: Mad Men and the Serial Condition
The Catastrophe of My Personality���: Frank O���Hara, Don Draper, and the Poetics of Mad Men
Sexual Politics and Gender Roles
Mad Women
Women on the Verge of the Second Wave
The Best of Everything: The Limits of Being a Working Girl in Mad Men
Cultural Memory and the American Dream
Men Behaving like Boys: The Culture of Mad Men
The Strange Career of Mad Men: Race, Paratexts, and Civil Rights Memory
Mad Men: A Roots Tale of the Information Age
Creative Team and Cast List
Episode Guide
General Index
Television Series Index
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