Shampoo Planet | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Michael Redhill

This literature criticism consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis & critique of Shampoo Planet.
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Critical Review by Michael Redhill

SOURCE: "'Generation X' Marked the Spot, but Its Successor Loses the Way," in The Globe and Mail, Toronto, September 5, 1992, p. C8.

Redhill is a Canadian poet and playwright. In the following review, he negatively compares Shampoo Planet to Generation X, stating that "Shampoo Planet is going to make Coupland look like a fluke, which I feel sure he's not."

Douglas Coupland's first book, Generation X, was a good read. Shampoo Planet his second, is good business. It makes its appearance approximately 18 months after his debut book…. Strike while the iron is hot, I guess. Unfortunately, Shampoo Planet is going to make Coupland look like a fluke, which I feel sure he's not. Where the scope of the first novel was stunningly large ("America"), Coupland has narrowed his focus...

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