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Author: Ronald G. Walker,June M. Frazer
ISBN: 0934312087
Language: English
Pages: 203 pages
Category: Classics
Publisher: Western Illinois Univ (October 1, 1990)
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Ronald G. Walker, June M. Frazer. An Essays in literature book. Western Illinois University. This item appears on. List: EN334: Crime Fiction, Nation and Empire: Britain 1850 - 1947.

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The Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theory. This essay thus teases out and explores the broader literary consequences of Wells’s discussions with Conrad. Ed. Ronald G. Walker and June M. Macomb, IL: Yeast, 1990. What emerges is a fuller picture of what became a rather fraught literary friendship and an examination of how that friendship highlights the emergence of Conrad as a modernist and Wells’s move in another direction.

In Ronald G. Frazer (eds), The Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theory (Macomb, Illinois: Western Illinois University, 1990), pp. 174–87. 46. In Ian Bell and Graham Daldry (eds), Watching the Detectives: Essays on Crime Fiction (London: Macmillan, 1990), pp. 48–67. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 51. In Elaine Hobby and Chris White (eds), What Lesbians Do in Books (London: Women’s Press, 1991), pp. 9–27.

Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theory, Macomb: Western Illinois Univ.

Dettmar, Kevin J. "From Interpretation to 'Intrepidation': Joyce's 'The Sisters' as a Precursor of the Postmodern Mystery," pp. 149–165 in: Walker, Ronald G. (e. and Frazer, June M., The Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theory, Macomb: Western Illinois Univ. Walzl, Florence . "Joyce's 'The Sisters': A Development," James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 4 (Summer 1973), pp. 375–421.

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Deconstructing Moriarty: False Armageddon at the Reichenbach," in The Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Theory, Ronald G. Frazer, eds. (Macomb, IL: Essays in Literature Series, 1990), 55-67. Privacy and the Boundaries of Fabliau in the Miller's Tale," ELH 56 (1989): 773-95. The Style of the Clerk's Tale and the Functions of its Glosses," Studies in Philology 86 (1989): 286-309.

And two previous essay collections have documented the extent to which traditional detective stories and literary theories mutually illuminate each other: Most and Stowes The Poetics of Murder: Detective Fiction and Literary Theory and Walker and Frazers The Cunning Craft: Original Essays on Detective Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theory. Holquist speculates, intriguingly, that postmodernist literature--which he places after World War II--uses detective fiction a recurrent narrative subtext in much the same way modernism uses mythology (165).

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