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The city is one of the most characteristic settings of crime fiction, from nineteenth-century Newgate Novels to late-Victorian detective stories, from twentieth-century noir and hard-boiled fiction to recent police procedurals. The urban setting helps to create an atmosphere of mystery and menace but also facilitates certain kinds of criminal activity. This one-day symposium brings together crime fiction critics and writers to examine the relationship between crime writing and the city.
If you have any queries regarding the programme please contact Dr Minna Vuohelainen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Delegate Price: £50
- Student Price: £25
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9.00am - 8.00pmFriday 22nd June 2018