Andrea Camilleri: A Companion to the Mystery Fiction

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McFarland, 10 gen 2014 - 185 pagine
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This is the first comprehensive reference work in English dedicated to the writing of world-famous Italian mystery writer Andrea Camilleri. It includes entries on plots, characters, dates, literary motifs, and themes from the bestselling author's detective stories and television crime dramas, with special attention given to the serialized policeman Inspector Salvo Montalbano, Camilleri's most famous character. It also equips the reader with background information on Camilleri's life and career and provides a guide to the writings of reviewers and critics.
 

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Preface
1
Organization of the Companion
9
The Inspector Montalbano Novels and Short Stories in Chronological Order
11
The Inspector Montalbano Novels and Short Stories in Alphabetical Order
14
Camilleris Other Works in Chronological Order
17
Camilleris Other Works in Alphabetical Order
19
A Brief Biography
21
A Career Chronology
26
The Companion
31
Annotated Bibliography
153
Index
175
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Informazioni sull'autore (2014)

Lucia Rinaldi is a teaching fellow at University College London, Department of Italian. Her main research interests are 20th-century Italian literature and culture, in particular crime fiction. She has published articles on Italian crime writers and is coeditor of Assassinations and Murder in Modern Italy: Transformations in Society and Culture (2007). Series Editor Elizabeth Foxwell, an Agatha Award winner, serves as managing editor of Clues: A Journal of Detection and is an editor at McFarland.

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