I have just joined the list, but I have read the first five(?) Easy
Rawlins´ novels. While I am no expert, I have some opinions. If you
think I can help, let me know.
I will take this opportunity to introduce myself.
In the Fall -- actually, August 25th, I will begin study for an MA in
English. I have two concentrations, Composition and American
Literature, and within the American Lit concentration, I focus on hard
- boiled detectives. Right now, I plan on examining the hard - boiled detective as male role model/father figure.
On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 5:23 AM, jacquesdebierue
> The response has been overwhelming, as in zero, so, at the risk of
> being a prick, here is the request again:
> I am looking for people to host a month on "Florida hardboiled and
> noir" and another one on "The work of Walter Mosley". Preferably,
> people with a broad knowledge of the subject in order to usher things
> along. No need to do any work except participate and add some good
> stuff during the discussions. I woud do the Mosley myself except that
> I am extremely busy, pretty much maxed out timewise.
> Any takers?
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