EW Staff
June 05, 1992 AT 04:00 AM EDT

First published in 1982, Dave Marsh’s extended essay Elvis, defends Elvis from the damage done by Albert Goldman’s poisonous 1981 biography and proves ”that when we go seeking Elvis we most often find ourselves.” The essay is accompanied by brilliantly arranged photographs. Together, the text and illustrations constitute a monument of pop criticism that is neither condescending nor idolatrous. A

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