There's a discussion about this here. I disagree that it's a great read. In fact, I found it quite mediocre... some good articles up front, but most of the rest were middling in quality, and a couple of just flat out overly simplistic arguments that essentially tried to squeeze the Buffyverse into a philosophical school of thought, which doesn't quite work. More of my thoughts are over at that other thread. Funnily enough, James South's new book which he co-edited is a lot better, albeit much thinner.
Last Edit: Feb 20, 2009 13:56:40 GMT -5 by wenxina
I've tried to read some of it, but I just couldn't finish. Shortly, it seemed a bit stuffy and out of touch with my opinions and insight into the series. Maybe I just need to read it further in. Eh.
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