Table of contents for Why pamper life's complexities? : essays on the Smiths / edited by Sean Campbell and Colin Coulter.

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Why Pamper Life’s Complexities? An Introduction to the Book -- Sean Campbell & Colin Coulter
_* Has The World Changed Or Have I Changed? The Smiths and the Challenge of Thatcherism --Joe Brooker * ‘Irish Blood, English Heart’: Ambivalence, Unease and The Smiths --Sean Campbell_* Heaven Knows We’ll Soon Be Dust: Catholicism and Devotion in The Smiths --Eoin Devereux_* Sing Me to Sleep: Suicide, Philosophy, and The Smiths --Kieran Cashell *_ ‘A Boy in the Bush’: Childhood, Sexuality and The Smiths --Sheila Whiteley * ‘This Way and That Way’: Towards A Musical Poetics of The Smiths --Jonathan Hiam_*_ I Don’t Owe You Anything: The Smiths and Kitchen-Sink Cinema --Cecilia Mello_*_‘A Double Bed and a Stalwart Lover For Sure’: The Smiths, the Death_ of Pop and the Not So Hidden Injuries of Class --Colin Coulter_* Last Night We Dreamt That Somebody Loved Us:_ Smiths Fans (and Me) in the Late 1980s --Karl Maton *_ ‘When we’re in your scholarly room’: the Media, Academia, and The Smiths --Fergus Campbell * ‘So Much To Answer For’: What Do The Smiths Mean to Manchester? --Julian Stringer_* ‘Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty’: Englishness, Pop and The Smiths -- Kari Kallioniemi_* Guantánamo, Here We Come: Out Of Place With The Smiths -- Nabeel Zuberi

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Smiths (Musical group)
Rock music -- Social aspects -- England.