Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction And The Rise And Fall Of New Deal Liberalism
de Sean Mccann
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Offers an account of the crime story and its literary and political significance. Illuminating a previously unnoticed set of concerns at the heart of the fiction, the author contends that mid-twentieth-century American crime writers used the genre to confront and wrestle with many of the paradoxes and disappointments of New Deal liberalism.