Singing the Glory Down: Amateur Gospel Music in South Central Kentucky, 1900-1990
The editors, William J. Devlin and Shai Biderman, have compiled an impressive list of contributors to explore the philosophy at the core of David Lynch's work. Lynch is examined as a postmodern artist and the themes of darkness, logic and time are discussed in depth.
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