House Unauthorized: Vasculitis, Clinic Duty, and Bad Bedside Manner

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Leah Wilson
BenBella Books, 2007 - Performing Arts - 256 pages
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As quirky and outrageous as the main character of the popular television show, this collection of essays investigates the underlying issues on Fox’s series House. Growing in popularity thanks to its eccentric combination of CSI science, the medicine of ER, and an acerbic, pain-pill addict with a cane, House draws more than 12 million loyal viewers every week. This anthology explores issues including what makes House tick; why he really hired Foreman, Cameron, and Chase—and why is it so easy to believe he’s actually subjecting them to some sort of bizarre psychological testing—what House would be like as a heating and plumbing repairman; and why Wilson just won’t stop talking to him. Includes contributions by:

• Nick Mamatas
• Craig Derksen
• Lois Winston
• Karen Traviss
• Glenn McDonald
• Donna Andrews
• Jill Winters
• Joyce Millman
• Shanna Swendson
• Robert T. Jeschonek
• Geoff Klock
• Jillian Hancock
• Steven Rubio
• Brad Sinor
• Virgina Baker
• Susan Engel and Sam Levin
• James Gilmer
• Mikhail Lyubansky and Elaine Shpungin
• Linda Heath
• Nancy Franklin

 

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User Review  - CynWetzel - LibraryThing

The psychology-based articles are best; the rest are sort of fluff. But really fun fluff. Read full review

Contents

I
3
II
21
IV
33
VI
43
VIII
57
IX
65
X
75
XI
87
XVII
133
XVIII
147
XIX
171
XX
185
XXI
197
XXII
203
XXIV
221
XXV
235

XII
97
XIII
109
XV
121
XXVI
245
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Leah Wilson is a senior editor at BenBella Books and is the editor of Welcome to Wisteria Lane: On America’s Favorite Desperate Housewives and the coeditor of James Bond in the 21st Century: Why We Still Need 007 and Mapping the World of the Sorcerer's Apprentice: An Unauthorized Exploration of the Harry Potter Series Complete Through Book Six. She lives in Dallas.

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