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Detective fiction in a postcolonial and transnational world

Nels Pearson

Detective fiction in a postcolonial and transnational world

by Nels Pearson

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Published by Ashgate in Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Detective and mystery stories -- History and criticism,
  • Detective and mystery stories, Commonwealth (English) -- History and criticism,
  • Detective and mystery stories, Caribbean (French) -- History and criticism,
  • Detective and mystery stories, Latin American -- History and criticism,
  • Detective and mystery stories, American -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNels Pearson and Marc Singer.
    ContributionsSinger, Marc.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN3448.D4 P425 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23197190M
    ISBN 109780754668480, 9780754696421
    LC Control Number2009011304

      Posted by transnationalbooks Ap Posted in Uncategorized Tags: Call for papers, postcolonial studies, postmodern literature, transnational books Leave a comment on Call for Papers: The New Black and The New Negro: Generational Tensions between Blackness, Colorlessness, and Post-Black – Postcolonial and Transnational Crime Fiction. Postcolonial Text. Vol 5, No 4 () Preface to Vol 5 No 4 () PDF. Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World PDF. Christophe Dony. Out-Posting Edward Said PDF. Along the Borders of the Postcolonial Book: Richard Watts' Packaging Post/Coloniality PDF.

    He has been teaching detective fiction for a decade, featuring post-colonial detectives whenever possible. He has written or spoken on the detective writers Dorothy L. Sayers, Chester Himes, and Ellis Peters, among many others, and published the book Joyce Cary's Creative Imagination. Outside his native country, he has taught English to. Topics: 'Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World', Marc Singer, Nels Pearson, Book reviewsAuthor: Michael Xenophon Savvas.

      Abstract. Using the notion of “negative hermeneutics,” this chapter examines how Michiel Heyns’s novel Lost Ground draws on the heritage of the Sherlock Holmes stories. It argues that Heyns’s representation of contemporary South Africa necessitates a shift from the emphasis on the epistemological quests of nineteenth-century detective fiction to the “negative hermeneutics” and Author: Sam Naidu. "The Hunt for the World's Greatest Outlaw: Imperialist Policing, the Journalistic Novel, and the 'War on Terror' in Colombia," in Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World. Eds. Nels Pearson and Marc Singer. Ashgate,


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Clues 'Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World provides a good illustration of how detective fiction has evolved and adapted to a changing postcolonial world, and the book contains many insightful chapters.'Cited by: 9. Clues 'Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World provides a good illustration of how detective fiction has evolved and adapted to a changing postcolonial world, and the book contains many insightful chapters.'.

While detective fiction has been linked to imperialism and constructions of race from its earliest origins, recent developments signal the evolution of the genre into a potent framework for narrating the complexities of identity, citizenship, and justice in a postcolonial world.

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Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World chapter 10 Walter Mosley’s Devil in a Blue Dress: The Reforming Spirit of Neo-Noir Walter Mosley’s debut novel, Devil in a Blue Dress (), borrows the topoi of traditional hard-boiled fiction and reformulates them through African American culture and Author: Nels Pearson.

Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World. Taking up a neglected area in the study of the crime novel, this collection investigates the growing number of writers who adapt conventions of detective fiction to expose problems of law, ethics, and truth that arise in postcolonial and transnational communities.

Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World, which brings together eleven essays, owes a critical debt to this recent scholarship and is notable for its continuity with such works.

According to the two editors, however, most scholarly works on the late transformation(s) of detective fiction “ha[ve] been limited to the study of detective novels by and about distinct racial or ethnic minorityAuthor: Christophe Dony.

From the publisher's website. Taking up a neglected area in the study of the crime novel, this collection investigates the growing number of writers who adapt conventions of detective fiction to expose problems of law, ethics, and truth that arise in postcolonial and transnational communities.

Title Detective fiction in a postcolonial and transnational world / edited by Nels Pearson and Marc Singer. The Cambridge Companion to the Postcolonial Novel provides an engaging account of the postcolonial novel, from Joseph Conrad to Jean Rhys. Reflecting the development of postcolonial literary studies into a significant and intellectually vibrant field, this Companion explores genres and theoretical movements such as magical realism, crime fiction, ecocriticism, and gender and sexuality.

Postcolonial and Transnational World (DFPTW). The premise of the book (which emerges by implication rather than explication) is that the scope of detective fiction is broad and expansive enough to accommodate socio-political analysis of transnational.

Download Citation | Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World | In addition to co-editing, Nels Pearson (with Marc Singer) co-authored, Open Cases: Detection, (Post)modernity. Summary: Taking up a neglected area in the study of the crime novel, this collection investigates the writers who adapt conventions of detective fiction to expose problems of law, ethics, and truth that arise in postcolonial and transnational communities.

It explores detective stories set in Latin America, the Caribbean, India, and North America. Postcolonial and Transnational World (DFPTW). The premise of the book (which emerges by implication rather than e xplication) is that the scope of detective fiction is broad and expansive enough to.

Taking up a neglected area in the study of the crime novel, this collection investigates the growing number of writers who adapt conventions of detective fiction to expose problems of law, ethics, and truth that arise in postcolonial and transnational communities.

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Sokongan. Adobe DRM ( / – 1 penilaian pelanggan). Postcolonial and transnational crime fiction has developed into a cogent framework for narrating the complexities of identity, citizenship, and justice in a globalised, postcolonial world, as Nels Pearson and Marc Singer demonstrated in Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World.

Recent crime fiction increasingly transcends national boundaries, with investigators operating across countries and continents. Frequently, the detective is a migrant or comes from a transcultural background.

To solve the crime, the investigator is called upon to decipher the meaning(s) hidden in clues and testimonies that require transcultural forms of understanding.

Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World ISBN: The Dragon Tattoo and Its Long Tail: The New Wave of European Crime Fiction in AmericaAuthor: Kristina De Voe. Call for Papers The Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies (published by Routledge from ) Special Issue – Postcolonial and Transnational Crime Fiction Since the nineteenth century crime fiction has provided a space for authors to comment on colonial relations, the iniquities of colonialism, and the aberrations of colonial systems of law enforcement and justice.Taking up a neglected area in the study of the crime novel, this collection investigates the growing number of writers who adapt conventions of detective fiction to expose problems of law, ethics, and truth that arise in postcolonial and transnati.Detective Narrative Typology: Going Undercover in the French Caribbean Detective Fiction in a Postcolonial and Transnational World Jason Herbeck, Boise State UniversityAuthor: Jason Herbeck.