Red lobster, white trash, and the blue lagoon: Joe Queenan's America

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Hyperion, 1998 - Humor - 194 pages
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A TV Guide columnist and author of The Unkindest Cut picks at the scabs of American mass culture by exposing, through his biting wit, the media and cultural successes he finds a sorry testament to taste, with some noted exceptions. Tour.

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Review: Red Lobster, White Trash, & the Blue Lagoon: Joe Queenan's America

User Review  - Sheila - Goodreads

Ugh! This book is a never-ending litany of the many ways Mr. Queenan abhors mainstream culture. It gets old after the first chapter. I continued reading because I thought Mr. Queenan would elaborate ... Read full review

Review: Red Lobster, White Trash, & the Blue Lagoon: Joe Queenan's America

User Review  - Andrew Ziebro - Goodreads

Got boring after a short while. His quick weekly columns are much better. Read full review

Contents

How Bad Could It Be?
1
Slouching Toward Red Lobster
5
The Satanic Verses
21
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Joe Queenan is the bestselling author of "True Believers "and "Balsamic Dreams." He is a contributing writer at "Men's Health," a columnist for "Smart Money," and writes regularly for "The New York Times," He lives in Tarrytown, New York.

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