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An expansive compilation — and confirmation — of the master’s genius.

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This gimlet-eyed chronicle reveals the rock gods to be sadly (and sickeningly) human.

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An affectionate, erudite look back at Bugs and Daffy’s reign.

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A comprehensive look at how the musical genius spun some of his magic.

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The author makes a strong case for the Left Coast’s creative primacy during the mid-70s.

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A brilliant, multilayered ode to African American genius.

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Sunny Days

By David Kamp

A sentimental, unbiased look at the origins of our most beloved kids’ shows.

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This otherwise informative history is hamstrung by its fixation on Sylvia Plath’s notorious suicide.