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Dead Elvis

A Chronicle of a Cultural Obsession

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PAPERBACK

$19.50 • £15.95 • €17.50

ISBN 9780674194229

Publication Date: 03/15/1999

Academic Trade

288 pages

54 halftones, 5 fineline illustrations

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  • Introduction
  • Blue Hawaii
  • Pre-Dead Elvis
    • Jungle Music: The All-Time All-Star 1950s Rock ’n Roll Movie
    • King Death
  • The Absence of Elvis
    • Elvis: The Ashtray
    • Duets
    • Tales from the Crypt
    • The Myth Behind the Truth Behind the Legend
    • The Road Away from Graceland
    • A View of Graceland: The Absence of Elvis
  • The Return of Elvis Presley
    • The Last Breakfast
    • Never Bet the Devil Your Head Gallery
    • The King of Rhythm & Blues
    • Good Book on Elvis Published—Shocking Truth Revealed
    • Ten Years After: Death on the Installment Plan
  • Still Dead
    • The Man Who Wasn’t Elvis
    • Emanations, Sightings, Disappearances, or a Seance of Eighteen Mediums
    • A Corpse in Your Mouth: Adventures of a Metaphor, or Modern Cannibalism
    • Still Dead: Elvis Presley Without Music
  • Citations
  • Acknowledgments
  • Permissions
  • Index

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