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The art of mystery & detective stories
Originally published: London : Souvenir, 1977.
|Statement||[compiled by] Peter Haining ; designed by Christopher Scott.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
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This is an excellent book with lots of black and white illustrations and a few in colour. It covers the subject from the chapbooks of the s through to the pulps of the s. For collectors of Peter Haining's books, please note that this book is a reprint of his book 'Mystery: An Illustrated History of Crime and Detective Fiction' published 5/5(1).
The Art of Mystery and Detective Stories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Detective Stories - Intriguing Tales of Mystery, Suspense & Detective Stories in the tradition of the original Strand Magazine (), The Strand features a wide array of Detective Stories reminiscent of the Golden Age of crime writing from cozy whodunits to hard- boiled detective stories, suspenseful thrillers to humorous mysteries.
GK Chesterton's "A Defense of Detective Stories" is included, as well as John Dickson Carr's "Locked-Room Lecture" from THREE COFFINS and Anthony Boucher on "The Ethics of the Mystery Novel." Just remember to buy two copies--because if you loan one to a friend, you'll never see it again.5/5(3).
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Get this from a library. The art of mystery & detective stories: the best illustrations from over a century of crime fiction. [Peter Haining; Christopher Scott] -- "This is the first history of the detective story to be told in pictures, following the development of crime fiction from Poe's The murders in the Rue Morgue to the private-eye magazines of the.
Detective novels are still called mystery stories in English. Richard Alewyn, "The Origin of the Detective Novel" Turning back to Chandler's treatment of detective fiction, we can say that his essay highlights two different fictional forms dealing with murder and detection.
There is the "whodunit" school, what GeorgeFile Size: 2MB. For all its gender politics, hacker style, and bleak brutality, Larsson’s book is still a well-crafted locked-room (er, if the locked-room is an island) mystery with a twist.This book is a collection of 10 entertaining and culturally interesting Japanese short stories for beginners and intermediate Japanese learners.
The book also includes many unique mystery stories that will stimulate your imagination. A book for Japanese-language practice that will improve your reading skills and will entertain yourself.S. S. Van Dine (also styled S.S. Van Dine) is the pseudonym used by American art critic Willard Huntington Wright (Octo – Ap ) when he wrote detective novels.
Wright was an important figure in avant-garde cultural circles in pre-World War I New York, and under the pseudonym (which he originally used to conceal his identity) he created the immensely Home town: Santa Monica, California.