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Article:Bozeman, Montana
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Literary references include the Bozeman area and real-life Bozeman artists Bob and Gennie DeWeese<ref>{{cite web |url=http://robertpirsig.org/Gurr.htm |title=Henry Gurr presentation |accessdate=2011-01-10}}</ref> as a key setting in [[Robert M. Pirsig|Robert Pirsig's]] novel [[Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance]]; the narrator was a professor teaching English composition while developing his philosophical ideas, reflecting the author's own history – Pirsig himself taught at Montana State.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.univie.ac.at/Anglistik/easyrider/data/zen_and_the_art_of_motorcycle_ma.htm |title=Robert M. Pirsig´s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and the term ´Chautauqua´ |accessdate=2011-01-10}}</ref> [[John Steinbeck]] passed through Bozeman via the former [[U.S. Route 10]] as well as venturing into Yellowstone National Park, and recounted his impressions of Montana in [[Travels with Charley]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10297/1097158-37.stm|title=Travels Without Charley – Montana: Love at first sight|accessdate=2011-01-10|work=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|date=October 24, 2010}}</ref>
 
Literary references include the Bozeman area and real-life Bozeman artists Bob and Gennie DeWeese<ref>{{cite web |url=http://robertpirsig.org/Gurr.htm |title=Henry Gurr presentation |accessdate=2011-01-10}}</ref> as a key setting in [[Robert M. Pirsig|Robert Pirsig's]] novel [[Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance]]; the narrator was a professor teaching English composition while developing his philosophical ideas, reflecting the author's own history – Pirsig himself taught at Montana State.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.univie.ac.at/Anglistik/easyrider/data/zen_and_the_art_of_motorcycle_ma.htm |title=Robert M. Pirsig´s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and the term ´Chautauqua´ |accessdate=2011-01-10}}</ref> [[John Steinbeck]] passed through Bozeman via the former [[U.S. Route 10]] as well as venturing into Yellowstone National Park, and recounted his impressions of Montana in [[Travels with Charley]].<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10297/1097158-37.stm|title=Travels Without Charley – Montana: Love at first sight|accessdate=2011-01-10|work=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|date=October 24, 2010}}</ref>
   
References to Bozeman appeared frequently throughout the [[science fiction]] television and movie series ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', most likely due to the influence of writer [[Brannon Braga]], who was from Bozeman. The Bozeman area was the fictional site of Earth's [[first contact (science fiction)|first contact]] with an alien species (the [[Vulcan (Star Trek)|Vulcans]]) in the film ''[[Star Trek: First Contact]]'', though the movie was not filmed in Montana. A [[starship]] named the [[USS Bozeman|USS ''Bozeman'']] appears or was mentioned several times in the television episodes "[[Cause and Effect (Star Trek: The Next Generation)|Cause and Effect]]", "[[All Good Things... (Star Trek: The Next Generation)|All Good Things...]]"; the films ''[[Star Trek Generations]]'' and ''Star Trek: First Contact'', and was featured in the First Contact prequel book [[Ship of the Line]] by [[Diane Carey]]. It was also briefly featured in ''[[The Big Bang Theory]]'' episode "The Bozeman Reaction".
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References to Bozeman appeared frequently throughout the [[science fiction]] television and movie series ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', most likely due to the influence of writer [[Brannon Braga]], who was from Bozeman. The Bozeman area was the fictional site of Earth's [[first contact (science fiction)|first contact]] with an alien species (the [[Vulcan (Star Trek)|Vulcans]]) in the film ''[[Star Trek: First Contact]]'', though the movie was not filmed in Montana. A [[starship]] named the [[USS Bozeman|USS ''Bozeman'']] appears or was mentioned several times in the television episodes "[[Cause and Effect (Star Trek: The Next Generation)|Cause and Effect]]", "[[All Good Things... (Star Trek: The Next Generation)|All Good Things...]]"; the films ''[[Star Trek Generations]]'' and ''Star Trek: First Contact'', and was featured in the First Contact prequel book [[Ship of the Line]] by [[Diane Carey]]. It was also briefly featured in ''[[The Big Bang Theory]]'' episode "The Bozeman Reaction" where Sheldon Cooper briefly relocates to Bozeman to avoid crime in Pasadena only to immediately become a victim of robbery.
   
 
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