Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2007

Journal or Book Title

American Studies Journal

Volume

50

First Page

10

Abstract

There are several seemingly obvious connections between outlaws and artists: both have been mythologized through books, newspaper accounts, tabloid chronicles, talk show interviews, and movies depicting the positive and negative outcomes of their accomplishments; artists and outlaws alike tend to live according to their own rules; and outlaws, as well as some artists, tend to burn out early. These similarities are deeply rooted in public perception, self-awareness, and social and economic conditions.

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Copyright Owner

American Studies Journal

Language

en

File Format

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