The mystery writer's art. Francis M. Nevins, Jr., editor.
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Detective and mystery stories, American -- History and criticism.
Detective and mystery stories, American.
Detective and mystery stories, English -- History and criticism.
Detective and mystery stories, English.
Popular literature -- English-speaking countries -- History and criticism.
Roman policier américain -- Histoire et critique.
Roman policier anglais -- Histoire et critique.
xii, 338 pages 24 cm
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The contributions of Edgar Allan Poe, by R.A.W. Lowndes -- Poe and the tradition of the detective story, by J.R. Christopher -- Who shall ever forget? By E. Queen -- Sax Rohmer: an informal survey, by R.E. Briney -- R. Austin Freeman: the invention of inversion, by N. Donaldson -- Henry Wade, by C. Shibuk -- The poetics of the private eye: the novels of Dashiell Hammett, by R.I. Edenbaum -- The Drury Lane quartet, by F.M. Nevins, Jr -- The firm of Cool and Lam, by F.E. Robbins -- Hitchcock's Psycho, R. Wood -- High and low, by D. Richie -- Six mystery movies and their makers, by W.K. Everson -- The black mask school, by P. Durham -- The grandest game in the world, by J.D. Carr -- Detection and the literary art, by J. Barzun -- The Janus resolution, by F.D. McSherry, Jr. -- An essay of locked rooms, by D.A. Yates -- The detective as metaphor in the nineteenth century, E.L. Gilbert -- The writer as detective hero, by R. Macdonald -- The detective story as a historical source, by W.O. Aydelotte -- The shape of crimes to come, F.D. McSherry, Jr.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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