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The Woman Detective

Author : Kathleen Gregory Klein
ISBN : 0252064631
Genre : Fiction
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Kathleen Gregory Klein traces female paid, professional private investigators in British, Canadian, and American novels, revealing that the detective novel is both a reflection of and potential barrier to social change for women. This edition adds sixty new female private eyes to the roster and includes an afterword that assesses the current state of the genre's new and old novels. A comprehensive bibliography and a character list update the field through mid-1994.

The Female Detective Edited By A F

Author : Andrew Forrester
ISBN : BL:A0017503527
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Cad Metti The Female Detective Strategist

Author : Harlan Page Halsey
ISBN : 9783732684311
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: Cad Metti, The Female Detective Strategist by Harlan Page Halsey

The Female Investigator In Literature Film And Popular Culture

Author : Lisa M. Dresner
ISBN : 9781476607733
Genre : Social Science
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In this book the author examines how women detectives are portrayed in film, in literature and on TV. Chapters examine the portrayal of female investigators in each of these four genres: the Gothic novel, the lesbian detective novel, television and film.

Old Sleuth S Freaky Female Detectives

Author : Garyn G. Roberts
ISBN : 0879724757
Genre : Fiction
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This collection provides a concentrated sampling of female detective stories from the Old Sleuth serials.

Queens Of Crime American And British Female Detective Novels Over The Course Of Time

Author : Silke Friedrich
ISBN : 9783954895274
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Female crime writers were not always given the same recognition as today. Edgar Allan Poe’s detective story ‘The Murders in the Rue Morgue', written in 1841, is regarded as the beginning of the detective genre. In the following years, the genre was typically dominated by male authors. Since then considerable progress has been made, and female authors have created a very individual way of writing detective novels. However, experts still disagree on a clear definition of the female crime novel. The present study hopes to gain further insight into female detective novels coming from the USA and Great Britain. After giving basic information on the history of female detective novels and the ideal crime scheme, the study analyses the characteristics of female detective novels as opposed to male detective novels and the appeal of detective novels for women writers. Although female detective novels are not a separate sub-genre but rather a separate field within the genre of detective novels, women have given the genre new impulses.

The Detective In American Fiction Film And Television

Author : Jerome Delamater
ISBN : 0313304637
Genre : Literary Criticism
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These essays investigate the detective in American popular culture, from Raymond Chandler's hardboiled Philip Marlowe to TV's maternal Jessica Fletcher.

Clarice Dyke The Female Detective

Author : Harry Rockwood
ISBN : OCLC:85483631
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The Female Detective Or The Mother S Dying Child

Author : Colin Henry Hazlewood
ISBN : OCLC:22633432
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Detective Agency

Author : Priscilla L. Walton
ISBN : 0520921461
Genre : Fiction
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Since the late 1970s, a subgenre of crime fiction, written by women and featuring a professional woman investigator, has exploded on the popular fiction market. Priscilla L. Walton and Manina Jones focus on this recent proliferation of women writers of detective fiction, providing the first book-length study of the historical and societal changes that fueled this popularity, along with insightful and entertaining readings of the texts themselves. Walton and Jones place the genre within its aesthetic, social, and economic contexts, reading it as an index of cultural beliefs. Addressing the ways that Sara Paretsky, Sue Grafton, Marcia Muller, and others work through the conventions of the "hard-boiled" genre made popular by writers such as Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Mickey Spillane, the authors show how the male hard-boiled tradition has been challenged and transformed. Issues of child, spousal, and sexual abuse are more likely to surface in women's detective novels, the authors show, and female sleuths face many of the same dilemmas as those who read about them—everyday problems with relationships, parenting, and money. Detective Agency also integrates interviews with authors and publishers, reader surveys, publication data, and analysis of internet discussion groups to present a fascinating picture of the "industry" of women's detective fiction. Authors of these works are powerful players in the publishing system as well as agents of cultural intervention, Walton and Jones claim. They conclude by examining the rise of female detectives in television and film.

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