Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Buffy the Vampire Singer



Smart, pretty Professor-Wife has an essay in this scholarly tome which examines singing and music and whatnot in Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.


Dear librarians: take note. A must for any collection.

4 comments:

Neil said...

Send my regards (and congrats) along to the esteemed Prof. B.

crazyscott said...

awesome book

Gerard Saylor said...

Librarians are tools.

Gerard Saylor said...

(Catching up on my reading)

Reviewed in the Dec. 15, '10 issue of BOOKLIST:

Jacqueline Bach traces out various musical arcs over the course of Buffy the Vampire Slayer's run, such as the way the music of Sarah McLachlan is used to reflect Buffy's complex feelings about her friends and her relation to them in several pivotal instances.

Sarah McLachlan? Yech!