Martha Grimes Walks Into a Pub

Martha Grimes Walks Into a Pub

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qThis collection of ten critical essays provides an in-depth analysis of Grimes' oeuvre, principally the Richard Jury, Emma Graham, and Andi Oliver series. The essays address Grimes' themes of parental abandonment, loneliness, obsession, greed, mistaken and dual identity, the resilience of children, stunted romantic relationships and animal crueltyq--Provided by publisher.Essays on a Writer with a Load of Mischief Sarah D. Fogle ... Margaret Frazera#39;s Dame Frevisse books echo Chaucer in such titles as The Bishopa#39;s Tale and The Sempstera#39;s Tale while ... The pubs serve as more than catchy titles, however.

Title:Martha Grimes Walks Into a Pub
Author: Sarah D. Fogle
Publisher:McFarland - 2010-12-16

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