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The author does not explain - as one follows from the other? That it is not required. The main thing - to sow a thought in the minds of the reading audience ( "bookmark" information bombs "): now people" nostalgic "because again," as it "appeared" middle class "(which is always conformist set) and so he became" suddenly "" nostalgia. " The author, not dwelling on the clarification of this aspect slippery for him, just "sweeps" on, not giving readers the opportunity to critically reflect on the information received (mosaic presentation of information, 2.3). The marginalization of everything connected with the considered the effect of "nostalgia": "Again, this is very personal for not too large and strong age groups. Monument memories, in fact, harmless; any kind monument is like a symbolic challenge to the era of reform, capitalism and even the modern stability, which, it turns out, still does not go to any comparison with real, genuine stagnation, but only awkwardly to imitate him, reverent attitude to Ilyich all equal but remains more marginalized; among the very young of 9 percent - a normal aberration of historical vision. "

Batman '66 #23 by Wes Abbott

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Author
Wes Abbott
Publisher
DC Comics
Date of release
Pages
103
ISBN
0
Binding
ebook
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