“‘Not guilty?’ ‘we all are’”: the politics of contemporary policing in David Peace’s Red Riding Quartet

Shaw, Katy (2010) “‘Not guilty?’ ‘we all are’”: the politics of contemporary policing in David Peace’s Red Riding Quartet CrimeCulture .

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Abstract

Through a heady mix of police procedural, revenge tragedy and hard boiled fiction this article examines how and why David Peace's Red Riding Quartet explores connections between reading and detection, appropriating the genre of crime fiction as part of a wider critique of the politics of contemporary policing.

Item Type:Journal article
Uncontrolled Keywords:David Peace Yorkshire Ripper Red Riding Contemporary Novel Literature Policing Crime
Subjects:Q000 Languages and Literature - Linguistics and related subjects > Q200 Comparative Literary studies
Faculties:Faculty of Arts > School of Humanities
ID Code:6921
Deposited By:dr KATY SHAW
Deposited On:12 Apr 2010
Last Modified:29 Mar 2012 11:42

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