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The Wire, Deadwood, Homicide, and NYPD Blue
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This book offers the only examination of the television writing of David Milch and David Simon as significant contributions to American culture, literature, and social realism. * Contains six chapters, each addressing a different television series or miniseries written by David Milch or David Simon, as well as an introduction and conclusion * Presents a chronological perspective on nearly 30 years of American "realistic drama" television history * Includes a standard bibliography of cited books and articles, as well as a listing of all programs and movies mentioned within the book
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Those who enjoy television police and crime series or cable network dramas are likely familiar with Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue, Deadwood, The Wire, and Homicide: Life on the Street. But what they may not realize is these engaging and often shockingly candid shows are all based on the vision of two writers-David Milch and David Simon.

About the Author

Jason P. Vest, PhD, is associate professor in the University of Guam's division of English and applied linguistics in Mangilao, Guam.

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"Vest argues that Milch and Simon are pioneers, that both are significant social realists, and that both are intentional authors; he supports this argument with careful, close textual reading and an accessible critical framework. Summing Up: Recommended. All readers" - Choice

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