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Doctor Who: Engaging with the Critical Community [Mar. 10th, 2011|10:05 am]
Douglas Spencer
Okay, so I've got easily to hand:

- "Timeless Adventures: How Doctor Who Conquered TV"
- "The Unsilent Library: Essays on the Russell T. Davies Era of the New Doctor Who"

And probably a couple of others lurking on a shelf somewhere.

Are there other related works which people might like to recommend? I'm thinking of critical and/or academic work, rather than fan-autobiographies, scripts, shooting notes and the like.
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[User Picture]From: nwhyte
2011-03-11 09:19 am (UTC)
I highly recommend Time and Relative Dissertations in Space, edited by David Butler.

Not quite as highly recommended but still good: Triumph of a Time Lord, by Matt Hills.

I'm afraid I was disappointed by Timeless Adventures.
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