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This annotated listing of about 1,700 verified English and foreign-language entries from biographies to discographies, fiction to travel guides, poetry to comic books, and major articles to dissertations, shows that Elvis was more than just a popular culture phenomenon. Besides documenting his concerts, the food he ate, and posthumous Elvis sightings, they reveal how the entertainer invented rock and roll and spurred the sexual revolution and the civil rights movement; how his death changed the media's treatment of celebrities; and how a new religion devoted to him has become part of the mainstream.

Infinite Elvis By Mary Hancock Hinds

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