Rod Serling: the dreams and nightmares of life in the twilight zone : a biography

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Contemporary Books, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 353 pages
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A biography of the creator, primary writer and narrator of "The Twilight Zone" draws on interviews, revealing the tormented and doubtful side behind the gregarious public man

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Rod Serling: the dreams and nightmares of life in the twilight zone: a biography

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It is Engel's thesis that Serling's early live TV dramas, Requiem for a Heavyweight and Patterns , ecstatically received by the critics who pronounced Serling the Arthur Miller of TV, dogged Serling ... Read full review

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Interesting study of a man who died too young. Serling wrote teleplays about taboo topics in the late fifties and sixties - he got past the censors and sponsors because he couched his themes in science fiction and fantasy. Read full review

Contents

Requiem for a Boy
31
A Moth to a Flame
64
Slave to a Bitch Goddess
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