Inside David Lynch: An Esoteric Guide to Twin Peaks

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The sacrificial victim, Laura Palmer. The sacrificial victim, Laura Palmer.

By: Jay Dyer

“‘I learned that just beneath the surface there’s another world, and still different worlds as you dig deeper.’ David Lynch

If you’ve ever sensed the flimsy, thin veneer of what parades itself as the good ole US of A, and felt a bit like you’ve been sold a fake, then David Lynch’sTwin Peaks is a series you must see. More like an initiatory experience than a mere television series, Twin Peaks functions as a hilariously terrifying vision of the real America lurking in the seedy underworld beneath the façade of white picket fences, much like the picturesque severed ear on the beautiful lawn in his celebrated 1986 comedic horror, Blue VelvetTwin Peaks might even properly be titled an esoteric dark satirical soap opera. There are countless reviews, essays and analyses of Lynch and Twin Peaks, but almost all…

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3 Comments on Inside David Lynch: An Esoteric Guide to Twin Peaks

  1. C. M. Marquez // June 21, 2016 at 8:04 pm // Reply

    I’ve been lurking your blog for a while now Jay and I just wanted to say you do MARVELOUS WORK! Thanks for everything you do!

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