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The Year’S Work In The Punk Bookshelf, Or, Lusty Scripts

This is the story of the books punks read and why they read them. The Year’s Work in the Punk Bookshelf challenges the stereotype that punk rock is a bastion of violent, drug-addicted, uneducated drop outs. Brian James Schill explores how, for decades, punk and postpunk subculture has absorbed, debated, and reintroduced into popular culture, philosophy, classic literature, poetry, and avant-garde ...

Series: The Year's Work
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Indiana University Press (September 25, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0253029309
ISBN-13: 978-0253029300
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 7 inches
Amazon Rank: 2643765
Format: PDF Text TXT book

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heatre. Connecting punk to not only Hegel, Nietzsche, and Freud, but Dostoevsky, Rimbaud, Henry Miller, Kafka, and Philip K. Dick, this work documents and interprets the subculture’s literary history. In detailing the punk bookshelf, Schill contends that punk’s literary and intellectual interests can be traced to the sense of shame (whether physical, socioeconomic, cultural, or sexual) its advocates feel in the face of a shameless market economy that not only preoccupied many of punks’ favorite writers but generated the entire punk polemic.