The glass teat: essays of opinion on the subject of television

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Jove Publications, Inc., 1977 - Performing Arts - 319 pages
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Review: The Glass Teat

User Review  - Don - Goodreads

Turns out Ellison was right and TV *did* turn peoples' brains into tapioca pudding. Excellent writing. He gets top marks for high proof irascibility, only losing some credit because he persistently ... Read full review

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

Aged worse than his other books, which are often good. Lots of milk and honey for the "Complain about the world while sunbathing by your parent's swimming pool" crowd. Worth reading if you think the Smothers Brothers were important. Be honest, the Carol Burnett Show holds up better. Read full review

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