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Judge these books by their covers! Get immersed in the definitive visual history of pulp fiction paperbacks from 1940 to 1970.
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This first-ever volume focusing on sports pulp fiction devoted to America's two most popular pastimes of the 1935-1957 era--baseball and football--provides extensive detail on authors, along with examination of key plots, themes, trends and ...
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
This first-ever volume focusing on sports pulp fiction devoted to America's two most popular pastimes of the 1935-1957 era--baseball and football--provides extensive detail on authors, along with examination of key plots, themes, trends and ...
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
This is the readers' edition of Weird Tales Vol. 1, No. 4.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
Dargis, Manohla, 'Pulp Instincts', Sight & Sound, vol. 4 no. 5, May 1994, pp. 6–9. Davis, Todd and Kenneth Womack, 'Shepherding the Weak: The Ethics of Redemption in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction', Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 26 no.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
Dana Polan sets out to unlock the style and technique of 'Pulp Fiction'.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
From Iceberg Slim’s Pimp to Donald Goines’s Never Die Alone, the thread that tied all of these books together—and made them distinct from the majority of American pulp—was an unfailing veneration of black masculinity.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
From Iceberg Slim’s Pimp to Donald Goines’s Never Die Alone, the thread that tied all of these books together—and made them distinct from the majority of American pulp—was an unfailing veneration of black masculinity.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because ""it had a good narrative, but no drama.
Pulp Fiction from books.google.com
With their lurid covers and wild, action-packed plots, these books reveal as much about society's deepest desires and fears as they do about the subcultures themselves.