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Reading Joss Whedon

Edited by Rhonda V. Wilcox, Tanya R. Cochran, Cynthea Masson, and David Lavery

Cloth $59.95L    |    978-0-8156-3364-8    |    2014

Paper $29.95    |    978-0-8156-1038-0    |    2014

ebook 978-0-8156-5283-0

"Reading Joss Whedon cuts new ground as a collection, just as its many contributions individually examine various elements of Whedon’s work with nuance and precision."—Jonathan Gray, University of Wisconsin–Madison

  Reading Joss Whedon

Rhonda V. Wilcox   Rhonda V. Wilcox is professor of English at Gordon State College in Georgia. Tanya R. Cochran is associate professor of English at Union College in Nebraska. Cynthea Masson is professor of English at Vancouver Island University. David Lavery is professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.

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