The annotated big sleep
Raymond Chandler
An edition of The annotated big sleep (2018)

The annotated big sleep

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An edition of The annotated big sleep (2018)

The annotated big sleep

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Language
English
Pages
474

"The first fully annotated edition of Raymond Chandler's 1939 classic The Big Sleep features hundreds of illuminating notes and images alongside the full text of the novel and is an essential addition to any crime fiction fan's library. A masterpiece of noir, Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep helped to define a genre. Today it remains one of the most celebrated and stylish novels of the twentieth century. This comprehensive, annotated edition offers a fascinating look behind the scenes of the novel, bringing the gritty and seductive world of Chandler's iconic private eye Philip Marlowe to life. The Annotated Big Sleep solidifies the novel's position as one of the great works of American fiction and will surprise and enthrall Chandler's biggest fans. Including: -Personal letters and source texts -The historical context of Chandler's Los Angeles, including maps and images -Film stills and art from the early pulps -An analysis of class, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity in the novel"--

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Edition Notes

"Copyright (c) 1939 by Raymond Chandler, renewed 1966 by Mrs. Helga Greene"--Title page verso.

Includes bibliographical references.

Copyright Date
1966

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.52
Library of Congress
PS3505.H3224 B5 2018, PS3505.H3224B5 2018

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxxiii, 474 pages
Number of pages
474

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL26967207M
ISBN 10
0804168881
ISBN 13
9780804168885, 9780804168892
LCCN
2018019733
OCLC/WorldCat
1035784042

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