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Buffalo Bill's Wild West: Celebrity, Memory, and Popular History (Anglais) Broché – 17 octobre 2001

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An important analysis of America's first celebrity 11 juillet 2000
Par Mark Dworkin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Joy Kasson uses the story of Buffalo Bill Cody and his Wild West show to tell us about the beginnings of celebrity in America. Tracing Buffalo Bill's life from Army scout through Wild West show impresario she reveals how Cody "created an American memory through entertainment" by bringing together Northerners and former Confederates in the final decade of the nineteenth century for a shared and comforting interpretation of American identity. The imperialist story the Wild West Show told was legitimizing to American's who wanted to view their destruction of native American life in their westward advancement as the justifiable acts by victims of murderous natives, now happily tamed as actors, rather than the other way around. She demonstrates how Buffalo Bill's thesis about western conquest by white Americans influenced the twentieth century interpretation of American history in many ways, not the least of which was the Boy Scouts, and particulary through the powerful genre of the motion picture, in which Cody's influence was seminal.
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show promoters were among the first to manipulate the public through advertising and image building. Kasson has given new insight into a late twentieth century culture that produced such phenomena as an actor as president, spin doctors and focus groups, and in countless other ways blurred the line between performance and reality.
A book both scholarly and readable, Buffalo Bill's Wild West has broken new ground in our understanding of the beginnings of our celebrity culture.
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Buffalo Bill was a Major Stud Dude 11 décembre 2000
Par "hermanator1" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an outstanding scholarly study of Buffalo Bill and his Wild West show. Kasson deals with her subject sympathetically and never leaps to politically correct judgments. Kasson not only offers a biography of Buffalo Bill and a study of the cultural meaning of his Wild West, but also a study of how Indians and other marginalized groups figured in the Wild West show. Excellent book. Buy it.
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A solid must-have 4 septembre 2000
Par "omohunjt" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After checking this book out of the library and reading some of it, we knew we had to own it. Kasson writes well for the serious amateur of the Wild West, and the scholarship appears solid. It's clearly a work of contemporary history-writing, in that Kasson is very attentive to how we re-tell our past to ourselves, how myths and celebrity develop. In this respect it resembles Paul Reddin's "Wild West Shows" (University of Illinois Press, 1999), which we also recommend. Readers who want to know what it was REALLY like on the plains will want to consult other books.
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a great book about a great (& flawed) man 9 janvier 2013
Par Hakim - Publié sur Amazon.com
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there probably isn't a better book out there on cody. and if you're interested in him, a book you nmight not find through usual searches if "Eiffel's Tower" which covers the 1889 world exposition in paris, where thomas edison, cody, whistler, and half the famous french painters of the day were in attendance. cody, of course, entertained hundreds of thousands of visitors to two shows a day and was the toast of parisian society...
Show must go on 11 octobre 2013
Par DARKOBOY - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I like these book whille it shows a life of a wild west hero from other side of curtain. The book
explain how the shows began to be first step to advertise a bright spectrum of avdience not only in USA but also in Europe.
Poor or rich they like the shows.
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