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And All the Pieces Matter: HBO'sThe Wire and the Complexity of Representation



Year of publication 2013
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The lecture situates the HBO series The Wire within a variety of developments (industrial, technological, commercial) contributing to the changing viewing practices of the American audiences. It focuses on the show's narrative complexity; on the creators' basic subscription to the mode of realism; and it examines its rootedness in a particular place, its economy, history, politics and language.
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