Mysteries and Detection Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Mysteries and Detection
This paper examines three short essays that relate to the topic of mystery and detection novels and film noir.
# 73883 | 1,350 words | 9 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Literature (General)


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This paper provides three short essays that relate to the topic of mystery and detection novels and film noir. The paper looks at the hard boiled detective found in these genres. The paper refers to the work of Raymond Chandler, Dashiel Hammett, Walter Mosley and others, as well as to select films.

From the Paper:

"The novels of Raymond Chandler, hard-boiled detective fiction in the vein of Dashiel Hammett focus on the experiences of detective Philip Marlowe. If Chandler's novels featuring Marlowe like "The Big Sleep" have a moral, the moral appears to be that there are intelligent and stupid criminals and law enforcement officials and those that are the most intelligent usually wind up victorious."

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