Literary and legal scholar Stanley Fish examines the moral structure of the long-running, fabled, 1960s television series The Fugitive. For Fish, the show's hero, Richard Kimble, is the perfect representative of the virtues and the dark side of mid-twentieth-century liberalism.
2010 | 160 pages | Cloth $29.95
Film Studies/Media Studies | Cultural Studies
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Table of Contents
Part 1: Why The Fugitive?
Part 2: The Fugitive Stands Alone: Morality in Black and White
Part 3: Fugitive Variations
Index of Episodes