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Once Upon a Time Lord The Myths and Stories of Doctor Who
The Myths and Stories of Doctor Who

von Phillips, Ivan
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312 Seiten; 21 bw illus; 215.9999998 mm
2020 Durnell Mdl; I.b.tauris
ISBN 978-1-78453-267-3
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Kurztext GB,,"We're all stories in the end", said the Doctor in 'The Big Bang'. Stories are, fundamentally, what Doctor Who is all about. Ivan Phillips presents a lively and richly varied analysis of the accumulated and interwoven, sometimes contradictory, body of tales that constitute this eccentric masterpiece of modern mythology. Concerned equally with 'classic' and 'new Who', Phillips traces the expansion of the Time Lord's story from the television into ever more intricate patterns of transmedia production. Doctor Who is considered as a mythology that has drawn on its own past in complex and at times divisive ways, at the same time reworking elements from many other sources, whether literary, cinematic, televisual or historical. The book also offers a distinctive take on the popular hero's journey, reading the unsettled enigma of the Doctor in relation to the characters, narratives and locations that he has inhabited across more than half a century.,,Autorentext:,,§07§"We're all stories in the end", said the Doctor in 'The Big Bang'. Stories are, fundamentally, what Doctor Who is all about. Ivan Phillips presents a lively and richly varied analysis of the accumulated and interwoven, sometimes contradictory, body of tales that constitute this eccentric masterpiece of modern mythology. Concerned equally with 'classic' and 'new Who', Phillips traces the expansion of the Time Lord's story from the television into ever more intricate patterns of transmedia production. Doctor Who is considered as a mythology that has drawn on its own past in complex and at times divisive ways, at the same time reworking elements from many other sources, whether literary, cinematic, televisual or historical. The book also offers a distinctive take on the popular hero's journey, reading the unsettled enigma of the Doctor in relation to the characters, narratives and locations that he has inhabited across more than half a century.,,,,,,,,

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