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NEW SERIES: V 4 N 1
Spring 2016

Special Issue:
Postcolonial Crime Fiction

Guest Editor:
Sam Naidu
Rhodes University, South Africa

Postcolonial Detective

 

Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Crime Travel: A Survey of Representations of Transnational Crime in South African Crime Fiction Sam Naidu
3
     
Mapping Representations of the Queen of Mystery’s Middle East: Adaptations, Anxieties,
     and Geopolitics of Agatha Christie's Appointment with Death
Sami Atassi
23
     
Detecting Islam: (Mis)recognition and the Muslim Detective in Jakob Arjouni’s Kayankaya Crime Series Lesley Gissane
41
     
"The Third Ireland": Inheritance and Postcolonialism in Irish Crime Writing Charlotte Beyer
61
     
Terra Nullius No More: The Negro Absoluto Collection and the Relocation of a Genre Carolina Miranda
82
     
Reading Takes Place: Reading and the Politics of Space in Leonardo Padura’s Havana Quartet Jenni Ramone
99
     
Exotic Familiarity: Returned Anglo-Indians and the Representation of National Identity
     in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Sign of Four
Agnieszka Jasnowska
119
     
Textual Inoculations, Generic Mutations: Reading Sherlock Holmes in India Suchitra Mathur
131
     
Book Review
       
Life is a Thriller: Investigating African Crime Fiction
edited by Anja Oed and Christine Matzke
Daniel Gover
145
 


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