The University of Wisconsin Press
The Defective Detective in the Pulps
Edited by Gary Hoppenstand and Ray B. Browne
The world of the defective detective was a strange one. Continuing the motif of the mythological hero, this unique detective type emerged in the 1930s in a very imperfect and threatened society. The stories reprinted in this volume reveal just how widely the genre ranged during the Depression.
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LC: 83-070741 PS
128 pp. 6 x 9
31 b/w illus.
Paper $13.95 t
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