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Doom Patrols is a madcap rollercoaster ride through the bizarre landscapes of late 20th century culture. Considering topics as diverse Elvis worship, the erotics of cyberspace, fantasies of the millennium, multiple personality syndrome, and the molecular logic of insect DNA and ranging from William Burroughs to Dean Martin, from Michel Foucault to My Bloody Valentine, from Doom Patrols is a madcap rollercoaster ride through the bizarre landscapes of late 20th century culture. Considering topics as diverse Elvis worship, the erotics of cyberspace, fantasies of the millennium, multiple personality syndrome, and the molecular logic of insect DNA and ranging from William Burroughs to Dean Martin, from Michel Foucault to My Bloody Valentine, from Andy Warhol to Bill Gates, the essays in this collection take an idiosyncratic look at the forces transforming world culture.


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Doom Patrols is a madcap rollercoaster ride through the bizarre landscapes of late 20th century culture. Considering topics as diverse Elvis worship, the erotics of cyberspace, fantasies of the millennium, multiple personality syndrome, and the molecular logic of insect DNA and ranging from William Burroughs to Dean Martin, from Michel Foucault to My Bloody Valentine, from Doom Patrols is a madcap rollercoaster ride through the bizarre landscapes of late 20th century culture. Considering topics as diverse Elvis worship, the erotics of cyberspace, fantasies of the millennium, multiple personality syndrome, and the molecular logic of insect DNA and ranging from William Burroughs to Dean Martin, from Michel Foucault to My Bloody Valentine, from Andy Warhol to Bill Gates, the essays in this collection take an idiosyncratic look at the forces transforming world culture.

30 review for Doom Patrols: A Theoretical Fiction About Postmodernism

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Pretty good, I liked the earlier essays a lot better than the later ones. An interesting look at postmodernism, from the inside out, directly playing around with the texts and concepts being discussed. I don't know if I liked Shaviro's frame of constantly relating everything back to Doom Patrol, but I guess that is what he was going for.

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