The Snob's Dictionary

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The Snob's Dictionary is a series of books by Vanity Fair contributing writer David Kamp[1] that gently satirizes snobbery (cinephilia (Film Snob),[2] rock music (Rock Snob),[3] winery (Wine Snob) [4] and fine cuisine (Food Snob)[5][6]) which soon became a video series with some episodes narrated by actor Judah Friedlander.[7]

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An inside look into cultural snobs whose knowledge of the said subjects are more important than enjoying them.[8][9][10][11][12]

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  1. ^ Bernstein, Paula (2013-10-15). "Watch: Nicolas Roeg and the Brit Perv Directors in the 'Film Snob's Dictionary'". IndieWire. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
  2. ^ Snob’s Dictionary - Sven on Vimeo
  3. ^ Snob's Dictionary-Kraftwerk on Vimeo
  4. ^ 'Wine Snob's Dictionary'|Daily Dish Los Angeles Times
  5. ^ "The Film Snob*s Dictionary by David Kamp, Lawrence Levi - PenguinRandomHouse.com".
  6. ^ The Food Snob's Dictionary|Good Food|Food & Cooking Stories|KCRW
  7. ^ Dia, Aminata (2014-03-31). "Watch the ASME-Nominated Video Series, "The Snob's Dictionary"". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
  8. ^ "The Snob's Dictionary-Series Trailer-Vanity Fair". YouTube. Retrieved 2018-07-19.
  9. ^ Kamp, David (2005-08-26). "The Rock Snob's Dictionary". NPR. Retrieved 2018-03-18.
  10. ^ Vanity Fair: The Snob's Dictionary Video Series
  11. ^ ALL A CINEPHILE NEEDS TO KNOW - Hartford Courant
  12. ^ A Dictionary by Rock Snobs, for Rock Snobs : NPR

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