Arsène Lupin Essays

  • The Golden Age Of Detective Fiction Analysis

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    DETECTIVE FICTION “ The term ‘Golden Age’ stands for a particular blessed era of crime writing” – Susan Rowland. Golden Age of Detective fiction is regarded as the period between World Wars I and II, an era of classic murder mystery novels of similar patterns and styles, predominantly in the 1920s and 1930s; however, classic novels had been written since 1911 and still, are being written. Most of the Golden Age writers are British, however, in America the genre of ‘Hard-Boiled’ fiction is dominant

  • Summary Of Maureen T. Reddy's 'Women Detectives'

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    4. Summary on “Women Detectives” by Maureen T. Reddy Introduction In this chapter, Maureen T. Reddy analyzes the development of crime fiction in the aspect of the rise of female novelists and women detectives in crime fiction through enumerating various writers with their magnum opus. Therefore, the origin of female detectives and the changes of feminist crime fiction will be summarized in this passage. Summary In the first part of this chapter, the author illustrates that female novelists

  • Moral Courage: Aung San Suu Kyi

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    Aung San Suu Kyi became the loudest voice speaking for democracy. Upon returning to Burma to take care of her mother she discovered the widespread slaughter of innocent students holding protest rallies. They were protesting against the brutal rule of U Ne Win and the Burma Socialist