True Blood

True Blood

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As seen in HBOa€™s True Blood, vampires have never been more edgy. Since its launch in 2008, Alan Balla€™s adaptation of The Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris has exploited the creative freedoms of the HBO brand and captured a cult audience with its passionate, blood-drenched visuals and stories. From viral webisodes depicting vampires announcing themselves on TV, to the steamy title sequence, and the showa€™s uninhibited use of language, sex, and gore, True Blood has quickly gained status as cult TV with bite. True Blood posed the question of what would happen if vampires qcame out of the coffinq and this book considers the representations of sexuality, race, and class in a series that engages directly with prejudice and civil rights. It also considers True Blooda€™s generic roots in television horror, paranormal romance, and Southern Gothic, the wider contexts of fairy tales and religion, the marketing of the series and the activities of its fans. Written for fans and scholars, the book explores the hidden depths of True Blooda€™s vampire bars, small town communities, and haunted bayous.True Blood posed the question of what would happen if vampires aquot;came out of the coffinaquot; and this book considers the representations of sexuality, race, and class in a series that engages directly with prejudice and civil rights.


Title:True Blood
Author: Brigid Cherry
Publisher:I.B.Tauris - 2012
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