The Catalog of Cool

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Gene Sculatti
Warner Books, 1982 - Social Science - 216 pages
3 Reviews
A collection of profiles, essays, source listings, and photographs provide an in-depth review of the expressions, iconology, and ethic of the "cool," presenting a panoramic overview of American pop culture from the fifties to the present

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User Review  - Phyllis - Goodreads

This is the sequel to Sculatti's earlier almanac of cool junk Too Cool. More recommendations of books, music, art, and stuff, and an amazing tribute to Pittsburgh. It seems so bizarre now, but books ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andy - Goodreads

It's hard to believe now that there was a time when the 1960's, strictly in terms of pop culture, was well on its way to being a largely forgotten decade. That time of willful cultural amnesia was ... Read full review

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