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Spring 2005 A Journal of Popular Music and Literature Studies
   
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CONTENTS

Articles

Roberto Avant-Mier “Las Ondas de José Agustín: Remembering La Onda through the literature of José Agustín and La Onda roquera (rock ’n’ roll in México)”

Roy L. Burkhead “The short stories and lyrics of two contemporary writers – Steve Earle & Rosanne Cash: An extended critical essay” Part Two

Asbjørn Grønstad “Wonders of the Invisible World: The Handsome Family and the ‘Topographical Uncanny’”

Andrew Norris “Projections of the Pulseless Body: Don Van Vliet and Henri Chopin”

Michael Prince “The Science Fiction Protocols of Frank Zappa: Problems of Genre and Satire in ‘Billy the Mountain’, Joe's Garage, and Thing-Fish

Reviews

Michael W. Thomas reviews Janne Mäkelä’s recent reflection on John Lennon

Simon Warner considers Harvey Kubernik’s new collection of interviews

Retrospect

Simon Warner re-visits Barney Hoskyns’ rock novel The Lonely Planet Boy

Q&E

Barney Hoskyns submits to C&V’s e-mail interrogation

Letter

David Amram, “A vanishing America? Kerouac memories, a Guthrie symphony and a trip to Nathan’s Coney Island hot dog emporium”

 
 
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