The 1st sustained exam of the depiction of yank suburbia in gothic and horror motion pictures, tv and literature from 1948 to the current day. starting with Shirley Jackson's the line in the course of the Wall , Murphy discusses consultant texts from every one decade, together with i'm Legend , Bewitched , Halloween and determined Housewives .
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