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9783868214567 - Cecile Sandten: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture
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Cecile Sandten (?):

Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9783868214567 (?) ou 3868214569, en allemand, Livre de poche, Nouveau

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Du vendeur/antiquaire, Rheinberg-Buch [53870650], Bergisch Gladbach, NRW, Germany
Neuware - Crime and detective fiction have never been more popular. When it comes to detective fiction and critical writings, as Larry Landrum remarked in 1999, 'a great deal of effort has been put into the study of mystery and detective fiction and related genres, providing many new perspectives on how and when these forms emerged and how they are related to culture'. As with all serial phenomena, the evolution of the genre of detective fiction can be described by two simultaneous processes: repetition and variation.Thus, the purpose of this volume of essays is to bring together, in a bilingual format (English and German), both academic papers that were presented at the conference 'Detective Fiction in American Popular Culture' held at Chemnitz University of Technology in October 2011 and three pieces of short fiction (one extract from a novel) that were awarded the '1. Chemnitzer Krimipreis'. Moreover, several articles were commissioned specially for this volume in order to sharpen its focus on exploring the intersections between detective fiction (understood in a broader sense) and popular visual culture. Last but certainly not least, the publication of this volume marks not only the 60th birthday of Evelyne Keitel, Professor of American Studies, but also the 175th anniversary of Chemnitz University of Technology. The editors have, accordingly, decided to include articles by colleagues, friends, and young academics who share Evelyne Keitel's research and scholarly interests, in particular, her strong focus on detective fiction in American popular culture. This volume thus demonstrates how the intersections between detective fiction and popular visual culture have become a topic of interdisciplinary study in its own right. 256 pp. Englisch
Commentaire de vendeur Rheinberg-Buch [53870650], Bergisch Gladbach, NRW, Germany:
Händlerbewertung: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Numéro de commande de plate-forme Abebooks.de: 10766120116
Mots-clés: AMERIKANISTIK, DETEKTIVLITERATUR, KRIMINALROMAN (SEKUNDÄRLITERATUR)
Données de 06-05-2014 11:52h
ISBN (notations alternatives): 3-86821-456-9, 978-3-86821-456-7
9783868214567 - Cecile Sandten: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture
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Cecile Sandten (?):

Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9783868214567 (?) ou 3868214569, en allemand, Livre de poche, Nouveau

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Neuware - Crime and detective fiction have never been more popular. When it comes to detective fiction and critical writings, as Larry Landrum remarked in 1999, 'a great deal of effort has been put into the study of mystery and detective fiction and related genres, providing many new perspectives on how and when these forms emerged and how they are related to culture'. As with all serial phenomena, the evolution of the genre of detective fiction can be described by two simultaneous processes: repetition and variation.Thus, the purpose of this volume of essays is to bring together, in a bilingual format (English and German), both academic papers that were presented at the conference 'Detective Fiction in American Popular Culture' held at Chemnitz University of Technology in October 2011 and three pieces of short fiction (one extract from a novel) that were awarded the '1. Chemnitzer Krimipreis'. Moreover, several articles were commissioned specially for this volume in order to sharpen its focus on exploring the intersections between detective fiction (understood in a broader sense) and popular visual culture. Last but certainly not least, the publication of this volume marks not only the 60th birthday of Evelyne Keitel, Professor of American Studies, but also the 175th anniversary of Chemnitz University of Technology. The editors have, accordingly, decided to include articles by colleagues, friends, and young academics who share Evelyne Keitel's research and scholarly interests, in particular, her strong focus on detective fiction in American popular culture. This volume thus demonstrates how the intersections between detective fiction and popular visual culture have become a topic of interdisciplinary study in its own right. 256 pp. Englisch
Commentaire de vendeur Buchhandlung - Bides GbR [52676528], Dresden, SA, Germany:
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Numéro de commande de plate-forme Abebooks.de: 10790545196
Mots-clés: AMERIKANISTIK, DETEKTIVLITERATUR, KRIMINALROMAN (SEKUNDÄRLITERATUR)
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 3-86821-456-9, 978-3-86821-456-7
9783868214567 - Cecile Sandten: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture
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Cecile Sandten (?):

Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9783868214567 (?) ou 3868214569, en allemand, Livre de poche, Nouveau

LBP 0 ( 29,50)¹ + Expédition à la France: LBP 0 ( 17,13)¹ = LBP 0 ( 46,63)¹(sans obligation)
Du vendeur/antiquaire, Agrios-Buch [57449362], Bergisch Gladbach, NRW, Germany
Neuware - Crime and detective fiction have never been more popular. When it comes to detective fiction and critical writings, as Larry Landrum remarked in 1999, 'a great deal of effort has been put into the study of mystery and detective fiction and related genres, providing many new perspectives on how and when these forms emerged and how they are related to culture'. As with all serial phenomena, the evolution of the genre of detective fiction can be described by two simultaneous processes: repetition and variation.Thus, the purpose of this volume of essays is to bring together, in a bilingual format (English and German), both academic papers that were presented at the conference 'Detective Fiction in American Popular Culture' held at Chemnitz University of Technology in October 2011 and three pieces of short fiction (one extract from a novel) that were awarded the '1. Chemnitzer Krimipreis'. Moreover, several articles were commissioned specially for this volume in order to sharpen its focus on exploring the intersections between detective fiction (understood in a broader sense) and popular visual culture. Last but certainly not least, the publication of this volume marks not only the 60th birthday of Evelyne Keitel, Professor of American Studies, but also the 175th anniversary of Chemnitz University of Technology. The editors have, accordingly, decided to include articles by colleagues, friends, and young academics who share Evelyne Keitel's research and scholarly interests, in particular, her strong focus on detective fiction in American popular culture. This volume thus demonstrates how the intersections between detective fiction and popular visual culture have become a topic of interdisciplinary study in its own right. 256 pp. Englisch
Commentaire de vendeur Agrios-Buch [57449362], Bergisch Gladbach, NRW, Germany:
Händlerbewertung: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Numéro de commande de plate-forme Abebooks.de: 10766123257
Mots-clés: AMERIKANISTIK, DETEKTIVLITERATUR, KRIMINALROMAN (SEKUNDÄRLITERATUR)
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ISBN (notations alternatives): 3-86821-456-9, 978-3-86821-456-7
9783868214567 - Sandten, Cecile (Hrsg.) / Süß, Gunter (Hrsg.) / Graichen, Melanie (Hrsg.): CHAT - Chemnitzer Anglistik/Amerikanistik Today: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture
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CHAT - Chemnitzer Anglistik/Amerikanistik Today: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9783868214567 (?) ou 3868214569, en allemand, WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Livre de poche, Nouveau

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Crime and detective fiction have never been more popular. When it comes to detective fiction and critical writings, as Larry Landrum remarked in 1999, "a great deal of effort has been put into the study of mystery and detective fiction and related genres, providing many new perspectives on how and when these forms emerged and how they are related to culture". As with all serial phenomena, the evolution of the genre of detective fiction can be described by two simultaneous processes: repetition and variation.Thus, the purpose of this volume of essays is to bring together, in a bilingual format (English and German), both academic papers that were presented at the conference "Detective Fiction in American Popular Culture" held at Chemnitz University of Technology in October 2011 and three pieces of short fiction (one extract from a novel) that were awarded the "1. Chemnitzer Krimipreis". Moreover, several articles were commissioned specially for this volume in order to sharpen its focus on exploring the intersections between detective fiction (understood in a broader sense) and popular visual culture. Last but certainly not least, the publication of this volume marks not only the 60th birthday of Evelyne Keitel, Professor of American Studies, but also the 175th anniversary of Chemnitz University of Technology. The editors have, accordingly, decided to include articles by colleagues, friends, and young academics who share Evelyne Keitel's research and scholarly interests, in particular, her strong focus on detective fiction in American popular culture. This volume thus demonstrates how the intersections between detective fiction and popular visual culture have become a topic of interdisciplinary study in its own right.BIOGRAFIE Süß, Gunter: Gunter Süß (Dr. phil.) lehrt Amerikanistik und Anglistik an der Technischen Universität Chemnitz. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Studien zum zeitgenössischen amerikanischen Film, zu Musikvideos und zu Computerspielen, Kulturtheorie und Intermedialitätsforschung. Taschenbuch / Paperback
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9783868214567 - Sandten, Cecile; Süß, Günther; Graichen, Melanie: Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture.
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Sandten, Cecile; Süß, Günther; Graichen, Melanie (?):

Detective Fiction and Popular Visual Culture. (2013) (?)

ISBN: 9783868214567 (?) ou 3868214569, en allemand, WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Livre de poche

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