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Domestic noir : the new face of 21st century crime fiction

Author: Laura Ellen Joyce; Henry Sutton
Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
Series: Crime files series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book represents the first serious consideration of the 'domestic noir' phenomenon and, by extension, the psychological thriller. The only such landmark collection since Lee Horsley's The Noir Thriller, it extends the argument for serious, academic study of crime fiction, particularly in relation to gender, domestic violence, social and political awareness, psychological acuity, and structural and narratological  Read more...
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Domestic noir.
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
(OCoLC)1032375099
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura Ellen Joyce; Henry Sutton
ISBN: 3319693379 9783319693378
OCLC Number: 1004172116
Description: xviii, 292 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction to Domestic Noir / Laura Joyce --
Part I. The Origins of Domestic Noir : 2. The Literary Antecedents of Domestic Noir / Fiona Peters --
3. Hollywood and the Trailblazers of Domestic Noir: The Case of Vera Caspary's Laura (1943) / Stefania Ciocia --
Part II. The Influences of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl : 4. Gone Girl: How the Academy Came Running and Discovered Nothing Was As It Seemed / Henry Sutton --
5. From Cool Girl to Dead Girl: Gone Girl and the Allure of Female Victimhood / Eva Burke --
Part III. Gendered, Sexual, and Intimate Violence in Domestic Noir : 6. "How Much Do You Want to Pay for This Beauty?": Domestic Noir and the Active Turn in Feminist Crime Fiction / Emma V. Miller --
7. Teenage Kicks: Performance and Postfeminism in Domestic Noir / Leigh Redhead --
8. The Violent Mother in Fact and Fiction / Nicoletta Di Ciolla and Anna Pasolini --
Part IV. Home as a Site of Violence : 9. "[T]he People that Should Have Lived Here": Haunting, the Economy, and Home in Tana French's Broken Harbour / Shelley Ingram and Willow G. Mullins --
10. The Subversion of the Male Tradition in Crime Fiction: Liane Moriarty's Little Lies --
Elena Avanzas Álvarez --
11. Domestic Noir and the US Cozy as Responses to the Threatened Home / Diane Waters and Heather Worthington --
Part V. Geographies of Domestic Noir : 12. The House and the Hallucination in Tana French's New Irish Gothic / Rosemary Erickson Johnsen --
13. Crime, the Domestic, and Social Commentary in Pierre Lemaitre's Thrillers / Andrea Hynynen --
14. Carmen's Final Problem: Contesting Crime Fiction and Gender Roles in Marcela Serrano's Nuestra Señora de la Soledad / Patricia Catoira --
Afterword: The Woman Through the Window --
Index.
Series Title: Crime files series.
Responsibility: Laura Joyce, Henry Sutton, editors.

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