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French Crime Fiction, 1945-2005: Investigating World War II by Margaret-Anne Hutton

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC French Crime Fiction, 1945-2005: Investigating World War II In the first major study of representations of World War II in French crime fiction Margaret Anne Hutton draws on a corpus of over a hundred and fifty texts spanning more than sixty years Included are well known writers male and female such as Aubert Simenon Boileau Narcejak Vargas Daeninckx and Jonquet as well as a broad range of lesser known authors Hutton s introduction situates her study within the larger framework of literary representations of World War II setting the stage for her discussions of genre the problem of defining crimes and criminals in the context of the war the epistemological issues that arise in the relationship between World War II historiography and the crime novel and the temporal textures linking past crimes to the present Filling a gap in the fields of crime fiction and fictional representations of the War Hutton s book calls into question the way both crime fiction and the French theatre of World War II have been conceptualized and codified

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In the first major study of representations of World War II in French crime fiction Margaret Anne Hutton draws on a corpus of over a hundred and fifty texts spanning more than sixty years Included are well known writers male and female such as Aubert Simenon Boileau Narcejak Vargas Daeninckx and Jonquet as well as a broad range of lesser known authors Hutton s introduction situates her study within the larger framework of literary representations of World War II setting the stage for her discussions of genre the problem of defining crimes and criminals in the context of the war the epistemological issues that arise in the relationship between World War II historiography and the crime novel and the temporal textures linking past crimes to the present Filling a gap in the fields of crime fiction and fictional representations of the War Hutton s book calls into question the way both crime fiction and the French theatre of World War II have been conceptualized and codified, What is the literary fantastic and how does it manifest itself in the texts of French and francophone women writers publishing at the close of the twentieth and start of the twenty first century What do we mean today when we talk of the real and realism These are just some of the questions addressed by the papers in this volume which derive from a conference entitled The Fantastic in Contemporary Women s Writing in French held in London in September This book sets out to refocus through a non realist lens on the works of high profile authors Darrieussecq Nothomb Germain Cixous and NDiaye and some of their less highly publicised contemporaries It analyses and mobilises a wide range of both gendered and non gendered practices and theories of the contemporary fantastic whilst critically interrogating both of the latter terms and their inter relation, In the first major study of representations of World War II in French crime fiction Margaret Anne Hutton draws on a corpus of over texts spanning years Filling a gap in the fields of both crime fiction and fictional representations of the War, No description available