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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Beyond the Sensation Novel : Social Crime Fiction - Qualia of the Real World
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'Charting transformations in sensational writing from the nineteenth century to contemporary crime fiction, Pamela Newton finds in the social crime fiction genre, a realism based on perceptions of "people, place and politics". Newton explores continuities between the exploration and exploitation of the idea of murder in nineteenth-century narrative and in the work of two contemporary novels: Michael Ondaatje's Anil's Ghost and Peter Temple's The Broken Shore.'

Source: 'Introduction' p.xiv

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  • 1900-1999
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