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The Resource The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film, edited by Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates

The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film, edited by Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates

Label
The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film
Title
The Devil himself
Title remainder
villainy in detective fiction and film
Statement of responsibility
edited by Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
791.43/655
Index
index present
LC call number
PR830.D4
LC item number
D45 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1972-
  • 1973-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gillis, Stacy
  • Gates, Philippa
Series statement
Contributions to the study of popular culture,
Series volume
73
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Detective and mystery stories, English
  • Detective and mystery stories, American
  • Detective and mystery films
  • Popular literature
  • Villains in motion pictures
  • Evil in motion pictures
  • Villains in literature
  • Evil in literature
Label
The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film, edited by Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Female Moriarty : the arch-villainess in Victorian popular fiction
  • Chris Willis
  • Philanthropies and villainies : the conflict of the imperial and the anti-imperial in Conan Doyle
  • Catherine Wynne
  • Political appeal of Dr. Fu Manchu
  • Peter Christensen
  • Case closed : scapegoating in British women's wartime detective fiction
  • Kristine A. Miller
  • Shadows and doubts : Hitchcock, genre and villainy
  • Rowland Hughes
  • Introduction: The devil himself
  • Why don't they just shoot him? The Bond villains and Cold War heroism
  • Deborah Banner
  • Horror of modernity and the utopian sublime : gothic villainy in P.D. James and Ruth Rendell
  • Susan Rowland
  • Villainy and the life of the mind in A.S. Byatt and Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Helen Taylor
  • Contagion and technology in Patricia Cornwell's Scarpetta novels
  • Gerard Collins
  • Devil herself? Fantasy, female identity and the villainess fatale in The robber bride
  • Ann Heilmann
  • Stacy Gillis
  • Getting away with it : villainy in the contemporary Hollywood detective film
  • Philippa Gates
  • Whoever fights monsters : serial killers, the FBI and America's last frontier
  • Linnie Blake
  • Vicarious villainy and the burden of narrative guilt
  • Jan-Melissa Schramm
  • Ambivalent hierarchies of intimacy in Bleak house
  • Janet Lewison
  • From "foreign peculiarities" to "fatal resemblance" : detecting villainy in The woman in white
  • Natalka Freeland
Control code
24817216
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 217 p.
Isbn
9780313316555
Lccn
2001018221
Label
The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film, edited by Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Female Moriarty : the arch-villainess in Victorian popular fiction
  • Chris Willis
  • Philanthropies and villainies : the conflict of the imperial and the anti-imperial in Conan Doyle
  • Catherine Wynne
  • Political appeal of Dr. Fu Manchu
  • Peter Christensen
  • Case closed : scapegoating in British women's wartime detective fiction
  • Kristine A. Miller
  • Shadows and doubts : Hitchcock, genre and villainy
  • Rowland Hughes
  • Introduction: The devil himself
  • Why don't they just shoot him? The Bond villains and Cold War heroism
  • Deborah Banner
  • Horror of modernity and the utopian sublime : gothic villainy in P.D. James and Ruth Rendell
  • Susan Rowland
  • Villainy and the life of the mind in A.S. Byatt and Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Helen Taylor
  • Contagion and technology in Patricia Cornwell's Scarpetta novels
  • Gerard Collins
  • Devil herself? Fantasy, female identity and the villainess fatale in The robber bride
  • Ann Heilmann
  • Stacy Gillis
  • Getting away with it : villainy in the contemporary Hollywood detective film
  • Philippa Gates
  • Whoever fights monsters : serial killers, the FBI and America's last frontier
  • Linnie Blake
  • Vicarious villainy and the burden of narrative guilt
  • Jan-Melissa Schramm
  • Ambivalent hierarchies of intimacy in Bleak house
  • Janet Lewison
  • From "foreign peculiarities" to "fatal resemblance" : detecting villainy in The woman in white
  • Natalka Freeland
Control code
24817216
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 217 p.
Isbn
9780313316555
Lccn
2001018221

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