- found: Work cat.: 2006001878: McMahon, Gary. Camp in literature, 2006.
- found: LC database, Feb. 1, 2006.
- found: Random House (2nd ed., unabridged) (something that provides sophisticated, knowing amusement, as by virtue of its being artlessly mannered or stylized, self-consciously artificial and extravagant, or teasingly ingenuous and sentimental)
- found: A dictionary of literary and thematic terms, c1999 (referring to a style that favors artifice and various forms of "posing")
- found: Wikipedia, Feb. 1, 2006 (refers to the deliberate and sophisticated use of kitsch, mawkish or corny themes and styles in art, clothing, or conversation)
- 2006-02-01: new
- 2006-03-13: revised
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