The Spanish Sleuth: The Detective in Spanish Fiction

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Associated University Presse, 1987 - 252 ページ
A history of Spanish detective fiction from Alarcon's "El clavo," published twelve years after Poe's "Murders in the Rue Morgue," up to the present. The presentation of the highly entertaining sleuth characters is based on a detailed examination of the works and, in many cases, personal interviews with the writers.
 

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Detective Beginnings in Spain
17
Guilt and Innocence in Mario Lacruz
26
Francisco García Pavón and Plinio
37
Manuel de Pedrolo and the Catalan Connection
51
Jaume Fuster and the Catalan Connection Continued
67
Manuel Vazquez Montalbán
84
Eduardo Mendoza and the Hierarchy of Humor
101
A Professional SleuthMaker
109
Not Too Much for Jorge Martínez Reverte
128
Fernando Savater and the SelfConscious Sleuth
146
The Cruel Streets of Madrid Juan
159
The Picadura and Picardia of Lourdes Ortiz
172
A Few Last Suspects in the Case of the Spanish Sleuth
182
A Few Last Suspects in the Case of the Spanish Sleuth Continued
190
Conclusions
205
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Patricia Hart is a professor of journalism and mass media and American studies at the University of Idaho and the former managing editor of "Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies," Karen Weathermon directs the Washington State University's Campus Writing Programs and serves as the book review editor for "Issues in Writing," Susan H. Armitage is a professor of history at Washington State University, author of many books about women in the West, and the former faculty editor of "Frontiers,

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