Peculiar Portrayals: Mormons on the Page, Stage, and Screen

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Index

A
Abraham, 104
Advise and Consent (Drury), 19
AIDS, 5, 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 131, 135
Allen, Mike, 105
Allred, Owen, 49
Al Qaeda, 71
American Family, An, 185–86
American Idol, 183, 188, 191, 193, 194
American Massacre (Denton), 107n25
America’s Next Top Model, 183, 188
Amish, 113
Angels in America (Kushner), 2, 3, 5–26, 83n15; film, 23–25
Apostolic United Brethren (Allred Group), 49
Archuleta, David, 183, 188, 192–93
Arrington, Leonard, 29n38
Arthur, Sarah, 168, 170
Astle, Randy, 165, 166, 176
Augustine, 46
Austenland (Hale), 178n10
Avard, Sampson, 90

B
Baggaley, Thomas, 165–66, 169, 177
Bagley, Will, 92
Barash, David, 47
Barzee, Wanda, 41
Bateman, DeLoy, 69, 73, 79
Beck, Glenn, 1
Benson, Ryan, 183
Best Two Years, The (2003 film), 115
Biden, Joe, 39
Big Brother, 186, 187
Biggest Loser, The, 183
Big Love, 2, 3, 19, 37–61, 78, 81, 144
Black, Andrew, 163, 167–68. See also Pride and Prejudice (2003 film)
Black, Anne K., 171
blood atonement. See Mormonism and blood atonement
Bloom, Harold, 40, 68, 105
Book of Abraham, 74
Book of Mormon, 12–13, 88, 90, 100, 119, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 135, 145–46, 154
Brady Bunch, The, 186
Bride and Prejudice (2004 film), 168
Bridget Jones Diary (Fielding), 168
Brigham Young University, 146, 153, 163–64, 170, 177, 190, 194
Brodie, Fawn McKay, 13, 15–16, 74
Buchanan, Golden, 156
Buckleroos (2004 film), 115, 120, 122, 126, 127, 128–29, 131
Burton, Gideon O., 165, 166
Bushman, Claudia L., 67
BYU. See Brigham Young University

C
California Sunshine (1997 film), 115, 120– 21, 123, 126, 127–28, 132, 133
Campbell, Joseph, 89–90, 93
Candid Camera, 185
Candid Microphone, 185
Candide (Voltaire), 193
Catholicism 38–39, 51, 113, 124, 150, 151, 156, 167, 184
Chadha, Gurinder. See Bride and Prejudice
Church of England, 171
Civil War, 73
Clueless (1995 film), 168
Constitution of the United States, 54–55, 77
Could Be Worse (2000 film), 115, 120, 123, 129, 130, 133–34
Country Wife, The (Wycherley), 193

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