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Dead Celebrities, Living Icons: Tragedy and Fame in the Age of the Multimedia Superstar: Tragedy and Fame in the Age of the Multimedia Superstar
By John David Ebert
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This in-depth series of literary portraits studies celebrities who died in famous and tragic ways-ways that still resonate as archetypal death scenarios in present day.- 13 essays on specific celebrities, each of which is a mini-biography
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Dead Celebrities, Living Icons: Tragedy and Fame in the Age of the Multimedia Superstar: Tragedy and Fame in the Age of the Multimedia Superstar
9780313377655
Praeger
2 June 2010
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"Ebert, an independent scholar, examines the myth of media celebrity by looking at the lives of its archetypes: celebrities who have been transformed into icons after their deaths, many who died tragi...
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Author Biography

John David Ebert is an independent scholar. He is the author of Twilight of the Clockwork God: Conversations on Science and Spirituality at the End of an Age and Celluloid Heroes&Mechanical Dragons.