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Freak Babylon is a startling, disturbing documentary of the history of one of mankind's most fascinating sciences--Teratology, the classification of human anomalies--and its dubious cultural correlative, the Freakshow, from ancient times to the present day.
Freak Babylon shows how medical research and exploitation are often interlinked, and poses the question whether new sciences of cloning and genetic engineering are taking us back to the dark days of man-made freaks.
Populated solely by sideshow "Freaks" and circus performers, Gibsonton, Florida, is a fascinating and unique community.
www.anathemabooks.com /freaks.shtml   (1995 words)

 tvdvdreviews.com -- TV Bookshelf
The focus here is mostly on the radio show, but anyone interested in the series as it relates to social protest and societal change should give this book a read.
Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence by Paul Feig: If you liked Freaks & Geeks, you'll love this hilarious memoir by the show's creator, a proud ex-geek.
Do You Remember?: TV: The Book That Takes You Back by Michael Gitter, Sylvie Anapo, and Erika Glazer: This well-designed book uses pictures, theme song lyrics, catch phrases, and other bits of ephemera to spark reminiscences about TV of the '60s, '70s, & '80s.
www.tvdvdreviews.com /books.html   (2605 words)

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