Breaking Bad: Critical Essays on the Contexts, Politics, Style, and Reception of the Television Series

Breaking Bad: Critical Essays on the Contexts, Politics, Style, and Reception of the Television Series


Breaking Bad: serious Essays at the Contexts, Politics, sort, and Reception of the tv Series, edited via David P. Pierson, explores the contexts, politics, and magnificence of AMC's unique sequence Breaking undesirable. The book's first part locates and addresses the sequence from numerous modern social contexts, together with neo-liberalism, its discourses and regulations, the cultural obsession with the financial system of time and its manipulation, and the epistemological ideas and assumptions of Walter White's felony alias Heisenberg. part investigates how the sequence characterizes and intersects with present cultural politics, akin to male angst and the re-emergence of hegemonic masculinity, the advanced portrayal of Latinos, and the depiction of actual and psychological impairment and incapacity. the ultimate part takes a detailed examine the sequence' detailed visible, aural, and narrative stylistics. less than exam are Breaking Bad's precise visible type wherein photograph dominates sound, the specific position and use of starting teaser segments to disorient and enlighten audiences, the illustration of geographic house and position, the location of narrative songs to complicate viewer id, and the indispensable half that feelings play as a sort of dramatic motion within the sequence.

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