The secrets of great mystery and suspense fiction.
Wideo do pobrania | The Great Courses | 2016

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[United States] : The Great Courses, 2016.
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Episode 1 Mystery Fiction's Secret Formula Episode 2 The Detective Is Born Episode 3 The Criminal Episode 4 The Sidekick Episode 5 Detecting Clues Episode 6 Case Closed? Episode 7 The Locked Room Episode 8 The Dime Novel Episode 9 Murder in Cozy Places Episode 10 Return of the Classic Detective Episode 11 The City Tests the Detective Episode 12 The Private Eye Opens Episode 13 African American Mysteries Episode 14 The Femme Fatale Episode 15 The Private Eye Evolves Episode 16 Latino Detectives on the Border Episode 17 The Lady Detective Episode 18 Violence Waits in the Wings Episode 19 Violence Takes Center Stage Episode 20 Psychopaths and Mind Hunters Episode 21 Police as Antagonist Episode 22 Police as Protagonist Episode 23 Native American Mysteries Episode 24 The European Mystery Tradition Episode 25 Nordic Noir Episode 26 Japanese and Latin American Mysteries Episode 27 Precursors to True Crime Episode 28 True Crime in the 20th Century Episode 29 Historical Mysteries Episode 30 Spies, Thrillers, and Conspiracies Episode 31 Female-Centered Mystery and Suspense Episode 32 Poetic Justice Episode 33 Courtroom Drama Episode 34 Gay and Lesbian Mystery and Suspense Episode 35 Adapting the Multimedia Mystery Episode 36 Mysterious Experiments.
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Lecturer: Professor David Schmid, University at Buffalo.
Great mystery and suspense writers have created some of the most unforgettable stories in all of literature and they continue to grow in popularity. How did the genre become so prevalent? Why is it a go-to for so many readers around the world? What makes the dark and sometimes grisly themes appealing? Professor David Schmid examines these questions and more in this illuminating course.
Rated TVPG.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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