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Title Peculiar portrayals : Mormons on the page, stage, and screen / edited by Mark T. Decker and Michael Austin

Publ Info Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, [2010]
 PC  P94.5.M67 P43 2010    AVAILABLE
 RWU Main Library  P94.5.M67 P43 2010    AVAILABLE
Descript 203 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Center and periphery: Mormons and American culture in Tony Kushner's Angels in America / Cristine Hutchison-Jones -- Four consenting adults in the privacy of their own suburb: Big love and the cultural significance of Mormon polygamy / Michael Austin -- Teaching under the banner of heaven: testing the limits of tolerance in America / Kevin Kolkmeyer -- Avenging angels: the Nephi archetype and blood atonement in Neil Labute, Brian Evenson, and Levi Peterson, and the making of the Mormon American writer / J. Aaron Sanders -- Elders on the big screen: film and the globalized circulation of Mormon missionary images / John-Charles Duffy -- "I constructed in my mind a vast, panoramic picture": the miracle life of Edgar Mint and postmodern, postdenominational Mormonism / Mark T. Decker -- Jane Austen in Mollywood: mainstreaming Mormonism in Andrew Black's Pride & prejudice / Juliette Wells -- Reality corrupts, reality television corrupts absolutely / Karen D. Austin
LC subject Mormons in mass media
Add Author Decker, Mark T
Austin, Michael, 1966-
ISBN 9780874217735 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9780874217742 (e-book)