Gen X TV: The Brady Bunch to Melrose Place

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Syracuse University Press, 1999 - Current Events - 225 pages
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This is a guide to the TV series that Generation X venerate. It traces the major programme influences in the lives of 'slackers' (young couch potatoes) and other Gen Xers, and details their influence on television.

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Author and illustrator Rob Owen has worked as a graphic designer and professional artist for many years. During his process of obtaining his BFA from Loyola University in New Orleans, he studied writing, graphic design, and many art forms, including drawing, photography, videography, and painting. After Hurricane Katrina, Owen was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme cancer, a fatal brain cancer, and is one of the few survivors. He has been fascinated by the people and culture of New Orleans since moving to the city in high school. This is Owen's first book. A lifelong southerner who has lived in Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and South Carolina, Owen has always had an affinity for art and storytelling.

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