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City and Shore The Function of Setting in the British Mystery

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City and Shore The Function of Setting in the British Mystery

City and Shore: The Function of Setting in the British Mystery by Gillian Mary Hanson
English | 2004 | ISBN: 0786418443 | 205 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Certain settings have long been a common element in British mystery and detective fiction: the quaint village; the country manor; the seaside resort; the streets of London.



More than simply providing background, physical settingin particular the city of London and the British seashoretakes on an added dimension, in a sense becoming a player in the mysteries, one that symbolizes, intensifies, and illuminates aspects of the British mystery novel. The first section examines 18 British mystery novels set in the city of London; the second covers 15 novels set by the sea. The novels span the twentieth century; among the authors whose works are included are Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, G.K. Chesterton and P.D. James. The book includes a short biography and listing of primary works for the authors covered, and appendices offer suggested fiction utilizing the two settings, and critical nonfiction covering the genre.


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