Crime Fiction Migration: Crossing Languages, Cultures and Media

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"Crime narratives form a large and central part of the modern cultural landscape. This book explores the cognitive stylistic processes in prose and in audiovisual fictional crime 'texts'. It examines instances where such narratives find themselves, through popular demand, 'migrating' - meaning that they cross languages, media formats and/or cultures. In doing so, Crime Fiction Migration proposes a move from a monomodal to multimodal approach to the study of crime fiction. Examining original crime fiction works alongside ...

Crime Fiction Migration: Crossing Languages, Cultures and Media 2017, Continnuum-3pl, New York

ISBN-13: 9781474216524

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