Gender Bending Detective Fiction A Critical Analysis of Selected Works Since the middle of the last century views on gender norms have shifted dramatically Reflecting these changing attitudes storylines involving cross dressing and transgender characters have frequentl

  • Title: Gender Bending Detective Fiction: A Critical Analysis of Selected Works
  • Author: Heather Duerre Humann
  • ISBN: 9781476668208
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • Since the middle of the last century, views on gender norms have shifted dramatically Reflecting these changing attitudes, storylines involving cross dressing and transgender characters have frequently appeared in detective fiction characters who subvert the conventions of the genre and challenge reader expectations.This examination of 20th and 21st century crime novelsSince the middle of the last century, views on gender norms have shifted dramatically Reflecting these changing attitudes, storylines involving cross dressing and transgender characters have frequently appeared in detective fiction characters who subvert the conventions of the genre and challenge reader expectations.This examination of 20th and 21st century crime novels reveals what these narratives say about gender identity and gender expression and how they contributed to the evolution of detective fiction.

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    1. Heather Duerre Humann

      Heather Duerre Humann is the author of three books, Domestic Abuse in the Novels of African American Women A Critical Study 2014 , Gender Bending Detective Fiction A Critical Analysis of Selected Works 2017 , and Another Me The Doppelg nger in 21st Century Fiction, Television 2018.In addition to publishing these books, she has also published numerous articles, essays, and book reviews which have appeared in African American Review, Clues A Journal of Detection, Chelsea, Children s Literature Association Quarterly, South Atlantic Review, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, Studies in the Novel, Indiana Review, Obsidian Literature in the African Diaspora, Studies in American Culture, Journal of Popular Film and Television, and elsewhere She currently teaches in the Department of Language and Literature at Florida Gulf Coast University.

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