W. H. Auden (1907-73) is best known as a poet, but he published three books of critical proseW. H. Auden (1907-73) is best known as a poet, but he published three books of critical prose
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Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesMasaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
I would like to thank my supervisor, PhDr. Lidia Kyzlinková, csc., M. Litt., for her
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1ere The origins of British and American Detective fiction1ere The origins of British and American Detective fiction
The detective was born in the mid 19th century. In the 1920s, the detective story
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Only a Detective Story John Wood CrutchOnly a Detective Story John Wood Crutch
Read the article, Only a Detective Story, and answer the following questions thoughtfully and completely
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Pro-feminist Tendencies in Some Crime Novels by Sayers, Christie, Rendell and Fyfield
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Changing Images of the Police in Selected Texts by Agatha Christie and Phyllis Dorothy James
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Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesMasaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
I would like to thank my supervisor, PhDr. Lidia Kyzlinková, csc., M. Litt., for the professional advice she gave me and for the endless patience she had with me
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Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesMasaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
British and American authors. However, before the analysis of Dibdin’s work may be started, it is necessary to contextualise the genre itself, the particularities of Dibdin’s style and his main character
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The Anatomy of StoryThe Anatomy of Story
You have to have a deep and precise understanding of the biggest, most complex subject there is. And then you have to be able to translate your understanding into a story
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Ss 2007 Mi 10-12, E6 hs: Crime Fiction Bibliography Please noteSs 2007 Mi 10-12, E6 hs: Crime Fiction Bibliography Please note
Please note: If in the following bibliography there is no explicit mentioning of where an article or a certain book is located they are available in the university or departmental library and can be found in the opac
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The Postmodern Detective: Contemporary London Crime FictionThe Postmodern Detective: Contemporary London Crime Fiction
I am here today to talk about the good guys of London fiction. For the blood and the gore, and the dangerous and the difficult, you will have to come back next week
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Investigating detectives: contemporary crime fictionInvestigating detectives: contemporary crime fiction
Arguments for studying the genre are at once simple and no different from the reasons for studying any other sort of literature which displays a wide readership, a history, various established canons, subgenre divisions
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Detective StoryDetective Story
In addition to detective stories, other types of crime fiction include spy thrillers, which are concerned primarily with international intrigue and politics, and crime novels
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Sherlock Holmes vs. Hercule Poirot: The Comparison Between A. C. Doyle’s and A. Christie’s Great Detectives
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