Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort

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Press Commentary
Title: Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort
Commentator: Adrian Humphreys
Date(s): September 2002
Venue: Canadian newspaper National Post
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Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort, subtitled "Canadian Academic Studies Racy Genre of Slash Fiction", is an article by Adrian Humphreys that was published in the Canadian newspaper the National Post in September 2002. [1] Adrian Humphreys writes "being the subject of slash fiction is another step in its [The Sopranos'] ascension to cult television status, alongside such slash-friendly classics as Star Trek, Starsky and Hutch and Miami Vice." The article includes a quotation from "[o]ne effort, A Hit Man Who Cares". [1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Humphreys. Adrian. Tony Soprano Puts on a Hit of a Different Sort. National Post p. A.10. September 18, 2002. Accessed October 2, 2008 through ProQuest Canadian Newsstand.
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