Lee, Peter W. Y. Peanuts and American Culture. Essays on Charles M. Schulz’s Iconic Comic Strip. Jefferson: McFarland, 2019.
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ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-1-4766-7144-4
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Keywords: "Peanuts", Collection of essays, Comic strip, Schulz. Charles M., USA
Publisher: McFarland (Jefferson)
Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz insisted good ol’ Charlie Brown and his friends were neither “great art” nor “significant.” Yet Schulz’s acclaimed daily comic strip—syndicated in thousands of newspapers over five decades—brilliantly mirrored tensions in American society during the second half of the 20th century.
Focusing on the strip’s Cold War roots, this collection of new essays explores existentialism, the reshaping of the nuclear family, the Civil Rights Movement, 1960s counterculture, feminism, psychiatry and fear of the bomb. Chapters focus on the development of Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Schroeder, Franklin, Shermy, Snoopy and the other characters that became American icons.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Not a Peanut Gallery (1)
Cliff Starkey: “Good grief, I thought it was the fallout”: Charlie Brown and the Long ’50s (9)
About the Contributors (199)
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