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"This book will stand out as a definitive work on Patsy Cline, country music, popular music, and gender and class in post-World War II American culture. The essays provide interesting insights into Cline's historical, musical, and sociological importance."
—Michael T. Bertrand, author of Race, Rock, and Elvis
"Why is Patsy Cline relevant? Hofstra synthesizes everything offered and ruminates on the durability and permanence of Cline's legacy. Recommended."—Choice