Meet the Beatles: A Cultural History of the Band That Shook Youth, Gender, and the World

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"At the forefront of a 'new wave' of Beatles studies"--Boston Globe Sunday Magazine

"A clear, new picture of the Beatles as pop-culture phenomenon. . . . thoughly entertaining and engaging"--Buffalo News

"A thorough biography of the band . . . Stark is sharp and insightful"--Publishers Weekly

"A volume worthy of its subjects . . . thoughtful, provocative, and valuable"--Washington Post Book World

"[A] remarkably fresh perspective . . . Stark's style, though scholarly, is incisive and altogether entertaining."--Knoxville News-Sentinel

"Insightful . . . Stark embeds the band in ideas and movements"--Newsday

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A history of the Beatles' influence on popular culture is drawn on interviews with numerous principals who surrounded the band and demonstrates their role in influencing women's identities, fashion trends, attitudes toward the gay community, and more. Reprint.

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