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Twentieth Century Crime And Mystery Writers

Author : Lesley Henderson
ISBN : UOM:39015031788394
Genre : American fiction
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Twentieth Century Crime And Mystery Writers

Author : John M. Reilly
ISBN : 0312824181
Genre : American fiction
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Twentieth Century Crime Mystery Writers

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ISBN : 1349813680
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Twentieth Century Crime Fiction

Author : Lee Horsley
ISBN : 0199253269
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Twentieth-Century Crime Fiction aims to enhance understanding of one of the most popular forms of genre fiction by examining a wide variety of the detective and crime fiction produced in Britain and America during the twentieth century. It will be of interest to anyone who enjoys reading crime fiction but is specifically designed with the needs of students in mind. It introduces different theoretical approaches to crime fiction (e.g., formalist, historicist, psychoanalytic, postcolonial, feminist) and will be a useful supplement to a range of crime fiction courses, whether they focus on historical contexts, ideological shifts, the emergence of sub-genres, or the application of critical theories. Forty-seven widely available stories and novels are chosen for detailed discussion. In seeking to illuminate the relationship between different phases of generic development Lee Horsley employs an overlapping historical framework, with sections doubling back chronologically in order to explore the extent to which successive transformations have their roots within the earlier phases of crime writing, as well as responding in complex ways to the preoccupations and anxieties of their own eras. The first part of the study considers the nature and evolution of the main sub-genres of crime fiction: the classic and hard-boiled strands of detective fiction, the non-investigative crime novel (centered on transgressors or victims), and the "mixed" form of the police procedural. The second half of the study examines the ways in which writers have used crime fiction as a vehicle for socio-political critique. These chapters consider the evolution of committed, oppositional strategies, tracing the development of politicized detective and crime fiction, from Depression-era protests against economic injustice to more recent decades which have seen writers launching protests against ecological crimes, rampant consumerism, Reaganomics, racism, and sexism.

St James Guide To Crime Mystery Writers

Author : Jay P. Pederson
ISBN : 1558621784
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This completely revised fourth edition provides a source of information and comment on the most influential English language writers of the crime and mystery genre. An international panel of critics, scholars and advisors join forces to select over 65 new entrants creating a total of nearly 800. With an average of five well received books each, series chapters, numerous prizes and growing reputations these writers represent the very best in mystery and crime fiction. Newly covered writers in this edition include Magaret Maron, Walter E. Mosley, Lindsey Davies and John Grisham. Entries include completely up-to-date capsule biographies and bibliographies, lists of crucial studies, locations of manuscripts, writer's comments on his/her work, and a signed essay by a critic of the genre. A complete title index includes the year the work was published and the author's name.

And Then There Were Nine More Women Of Mystery

Author : Jane S. Bakerman
ISBN : 087972319X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Within the formulas of crime fiction, this collection ranges from writers Daphne du Maurier and Margery Allingham, whose names are synonymous with conventional subgenres of crime fiction, through Patricia Highsmith, and Shirley Jackson, who deliberately set conventions aside or who moved those conventions into other realms. Most important, perhaps, Jackson, Highsmith and E. X. Ferrars depict civilizations that are not essentially orderly, that are not founded upon a commonly understood concept of justice where one must make her own order."

The English Crime Play In The Twentieth Century

Author : Beatrix Hesse
ISBN : 9781137463043
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This is the first comprehensive study of the English crime play, presenting a survey of 250 plays performed in the London West End between 1900 and 2000. The first part is historically orientated while the second one establishes a tentative poetics of the genre. The third part presents an analysis of some 20 plays adapted from detective fiction.

Twentieth Century Romance And Gothic Writers

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10 Women Of Mystery

Author : Earl F. Bargainnier
ISBN : 0879721731
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume, which examines the special contributions of a number of women mystery writers, sheds light on this significant example of common interests in recreational reading among women and men and the reasons behind the early and continuing uncharacteristic near-equality of both sexes in this field of endeavor.

100 American Crime Writers

Author : S. Powell
ISBN : 9781137031662
Genre : Literary Criticism
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100 American Crime Writers features discussion and analysis of the lives of crime writers and their key works, examining the developments in American crime writing from the Golden Age to hardboiled detective fiction. This study is essential to scholars and an ideal introduction to crime fiction for anyone who enjoys this fascinating genre.

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