Grace Under Pressure: Grey's Anatomy Uncovered
Grace under Pressure: Grey's Anatomy Uncovered is a collection of essays that offers a scholarly, critical analysis of the hit ABC network series. Within these pages, the authors examine various topics in depth, including the making of the series; its marketing and promotion; the creative team behind the show; the role of music within the series; gender and gender roles; family and relationships; and morality.
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