The Motor Car and Popular Culture in the 20th Century

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David Thoms, Len Holden, Tim Claydon
Ashgate, 1998 - Transportation - 307 pages
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Comprises 18 contributions from the US, the UK, and Australia on the motor car as a cultural phenomenon which has come to dominate the 20th century. The contributors come at the subject from a variety of disciplines, including semiotics, social history, literary and film criticism, and musicology. T

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