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Sherlock Holmes And Conan Doyle

Author : S. Vanacker
ISBN : 9781137291561
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Sherlock Holmes is an iconic figure within cultural narratives. More recently, Conan Doyle has also appeared as a fictional figure in contemporary novels and films, confusing the boundaries between fiction and reality. This collection investigates how Holmes and Doyle have gripped the public imagination to become central figures of modernity.
Category: Literary Criticism

The International Sherlock Holmes

Author : Ronald Burt De Waal
ISBN : UOM:39015047759785
Genre : Detective and mystery stories, English
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Category: Detective and mystery stories, English

Silent Mystery And Detective Movies

Author : Ken Wlaschin
ISBN : 9780786454297
Genre : Performing Arts
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The silent film era was known in part for its cliffhanger serials and air of suspense that kept audiences returning to theaters week after week. Icons such as Douglas Fairbanks, Laurel and Hardy, Lon Chaney and Harry Houdini were among those who graced the dark and shadowy screen. This reference guide to silent films with mystery and detective content lists more than 1,500 titles in one of entertainment’s most popular and enduring genres. While most of the films examined are from North America, mystery films from around the world are included.
Category: Performing Arts

Sherlock Holmes

Author : Charles R. Putney
ISBN : UOM:39015038145978
Genre : Fiction
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The essays in Sherlock Holmes: Victorian Sleuth to Modern Hero offer insights on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's treatment of urbanization, the advent of the information age, and the work ethic; they also illuminate how later literature compares with the original Sherlock Holmes books thematically and stylistically.
Category: Fiction

Contemporary Hispanic Crime Fiction

Author : G. Close
ISBN : 9780230614635
Genre : Social Science
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This study examines representations of the cityscape and of a so-called "new urban violence" in both detective-centered and detectiveless crime fiction produced in Spanish America and Spain during recent decades. It documents the emergence and permutations of this production as an index not only of local perceptions of contemporary urban experience and of a contemporary urban "ecology of fear," but also as a transnational index of the globalization of literary forms and markets. It centers on the inscription of urban space in novels set in the metropolitan centers of the Hispanic World: Mexico City, Bogota, Buenos Aires, and Barcelona.
Category: Social Science

The Villainous Stage

Author : Marvin Lachman
ISBN : 9781476618753
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 66.23 MB
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Live theatre was once the main entertainment medium in the United States and the United Kingdom. The preeminent dramatists and actors of the day wrote and performed in numerous plays in which crime was a major plot element. This remains true today, especially with the longest-running shows such as The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables and Sweeney Todd. While hundreds of books have been published about crime fiction in film and on television, the topic of stage mysteries has been largely unexplored. Covering productions from the 18th century to the 2013–2014 theatre season, this is the first history of crime plays according to subject matter. More than 20 categories are identified, including whodunits, comic mysteries, courtroom dramas, musicals, crook plays, social issues, Sherlock Holmes, and Agatha Christie. Nearly 900 plays are described, including the reactions of critics and audiences.
Category: Performing Arts