This boxed set includes the complete Texas Heroines in Peril series. As the series title suggests, each installment will focus on a Texas heroine in danger in a different locale.
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As the larger society has become increasingly distanced from this supposed era, its salience has markedly decreased. Indeed, the major studios have retreated from a concern with human relations in favor of outright fantasies, computer generated special effects, superheroes borrowed from comics, animated creatures, and gross-out adolescents.
The small town has not secured a role in this brave new world. The reasons are obvious: small towns, whatever their perceived advantages, simply are not seen as offering the economic and social opportunities of metropolitan areas. Small towns no longer constitute a substantial potential audience.
It is also that the popular image of the small town has evolved from a prosperous, friendly refuge to a place beset by problems, especially economic problems. Even in an era of interminable bloviating on the virtues of family values, the image of the small town, for so long the keeper of these values, fades in a quiet diminuendo. On television, too, programs normally focus on a glamorized urban life - Seinfeld, ER, Sex and the City , suburban reality shows -- and once popular small town shows have largely been relegated to reruns on niche cable channels.
The small town is certainly not dead. But the small town movie appears to be in eclipse. It is very doubtful that it will soon recover. Anderson, Sherwood. Winesburg, Ohio. New York: Modern Library, Basinger, Jeanine. New York: Knopf, Brace, Charles Loring. New York: Wykoop and Hallenback, Bryan, William Jennings.
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