Selected Bibliography
Barreca, Regina, ed. A Sitdown with The Sopranos: Watching Italian American
Culture on TV’s Most Talked-About Series. New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
2002.
Bishop, David. Bright Lights, Baked Ziti: The Unofficial, Unauthorized Guide
to The Sopranos. London: Virgin Books, 2001.
Bondanella, Peter E. Hollywood Italians: Dagos, Palookas, Romeos, Wise Guys,
and Sopranos. New York: Continuum, 2004.
Chase, David. The Sopranos: Selected Scripts for Three Seasons. New York:
Warner Books, 2002.
Edgerton, Gary R., and Jeffrey P. Jones, eds. The Essential HBO Reader. Lexing-
ton: University Press of Kentucky, 2008.
Fahy, Thomas, ed. Considering David Chase: Essays on The Rockford Files,
Northern Exposure, and The Sopranos. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co.,
2008.
Gabbard, Glenn O. The Psychology of The Sopranos: Love, Death, Desire and
Betrayal in America’s Favorite Gangster Family. New York: Basic Books,
2002.
Greene, Richard, and Peter Vernezze, eds. The Sopranos and Philosophy: I Kill
Therefore I Am. Chicago: Open Court, 2004.
Grieveson, Lee, Esther Sonnet, and Peter Stanfield, eds. Mob Culture: Hid-
den Histories of the American Gangster Film. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers
University Press, 2005.
Jaramillo, Deborah L. “The Family Racket: AOL Time Warner, HBO, The
Sopranos, and the Construction of a Quality Brand,” Journal of Communi-
cation Inquiry 26, no. 1 (January 2002): 59–75.
Lavery, David, ed. Reading The Sopranos: Hit TV from HBO. New York: I. B.
Tauris, 2006.
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