Table of contents for The road story and the rebel : moving through film, fiction, and television / Katie Mills.

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Contents
 List of Illustrations 00
 Preface 00
 Introduction: What Automobility Offers Cultural Studies 00
 1. Rewriting Prohibitions with Narratives of Possibility 00
 2. Before the Road Genre: The Beats and On the Road 00
 3. TV Gets Hip on Route 66 00
 4. Kesey's Quixotic Acid Road Film 00
 5. Road Film Rising: Hell's Angels, Merry Pranksters, and Easy
 Riders 00
 6. Genre and Gender in 1970s New Hollywood 00
 7. Back to the Family, or Rewinding the Postmodern Road Story 00
 8. Rebels With a Cause: Genre and Identity Politics 00
 9. First-Person Players: The Digital, "Transmedia" Road Story 00
 Notes 00
 Works Cited 00
 Index 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Road films -- History and criticism.