Deny All Knowledge: Reading the X-Files
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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