4 edition of Murder most poetic found in the catalog.
Murder most poetic
Mary S. Weinkauf
Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-138) and index.
|Statement||by Mary S. Weinkauf ; edited by Mary A. Burgess.|
|Series||Brownstone mystery guides,, v. 14|
|Contributions||Burgess, Mary Wickizer, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||PR9639.3.M27 Z94 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||144|
|ISBN 10||0893702978, 0893701971|
|LC Control Number||95005336|
The book's sense of its own moral purpose is what gives the story weight, but it is Camus' prose, cool as blown Gauloise smoke that carries us along. Shooting up from her chair, Charlotte gestured at the stairs leading down to the tiny kitchen. A low sound gurgled in Raven's throat. Keeping precise control of the liquid's temperature and timing the addition of each ingredient had left him feeling fidgety.
In the recording, which still exists, Browning recites part of How They Brought the Good News from Ghent to Aix and can be heard apologising when he forgets the words. Her husband, Wade, meanwhile, is in the beginning stages of early-onset dementia, further blurring the truth as his memories become tangled. In the same book, Van Dine detailed Vance's physical features: He was unusually good-looking, although his mouth was ascetic and cruel According to some contemporary critics, these mannerisms of Vance were affectations, which made him look like a foppish dandy, a poseur.
It is no exaggeration to say that the characters who inhabit these works seem to exert an undue - possibly malign - power upon the psyche of the reader who stumbles, hapless, upon them. Based on an old ballad, it is the story of the apprentice George Barnwell, who, infatuated by a courtesan, murders his wealthy uncle. Book 4 is spoken by a lawyer, Tertium Quid, who has no connection to the case but gives what he claims is a balanced, unbiased view of proceedings. But under this roof, you must temper your tongue.
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Pitchforks had been drawn in to replace the two l's of the print's red-lettered title. He used poetry as a medium for writing in prose. He wasn't as careful in his personal life as he was with his scientific experiments. Long even by Browning's standards over twenty-thousand linesThe Ring and the Book was his most ambitious project and is arguably his greatest work; it has been called a tour de force of dramatic poetry.
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Based on a convoluted murder-case from s Rome, the poem is composed of 12 books: essentially 10 lengthy dramatic monologues narrated by various characters in the story, showing their individual perspectives on events, bookended by an introduction and conclusion by Browning himself. Vance was slightly under six feet, graceful, and giving the impression of sinewy strength and nervous endurance.
During the writing of my own novel, The Good Death, a number of the works on this list occupied my thoughts, and I could easily have included many more novels and stories, settling instead for the ones that have been most influential on a personal level, the ones that stick with me still, many years after my first bruising encounters with them.
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“He passed away suddenly this year,” she says. “Fortunately, he lived long enough to know that the book would be dedicated to him.” The language in A PALETTE FOR LOVE AND MURDER is evocative and often poetic. All 12 book titles are in the form "The X Murder Case," where "X" is always a six-letter word (except for The Gracie Allen Murder Case, which was originally just "Gracie").
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