Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto Topics for Discussion

Chuck Klosterman
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Klosterman notes in the beginning of the book that at first he fears that the book will be immediately dated because of his choices of references throughout the novel. On the other hand, he believes the temporary nature of any generation is part of the point of his book. Which do you agree with more? Why? Does Klosterman's use of generation X pop culture references enhance, detract from, or have no effect on his points in the novel? Why?

Klosterman points out in chapters four and five that members of rock bands are generally cool not because of who they are but because of what they do. Their music, he believes, doesn't define them as cool so much as their actions do. Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not? Give examples from mainstream culture to show your point. Does society see...

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