WASTELAND OF STRANGERS by Bill Pronzini.
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of Harry Joseph Lerner
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> Subject: RARA-AVIS: JDM's "All These Condemned" and literary devices
> Hello All,
> The other day it occurred to me that it might be interesting to write an
> JDM's use of multiple narrators to convey the same series of events from
> perspectives in "All These Condemned" in terms of its effectiveness as a
> device. Is it indeed effective or simply confusing? Actually, this is
> has been simmering at the back of my mind for a while, but I recently
picked up a
> copy of JDM's "The Beach Girls", which, unlike most of his books, has a
> contents with all but the last three chapters labelled with the names of
> haven't read this book yet, but my first impression (and I could be way
off here) is
> that it may make for an interesting comparison with "All These Condemned."
> What I would like to ask of all of you is for any recommendations of other
> of multiple narrators/perspectives a la "All These Condemned", that would
> reading for my proposed article.
> Thanks in advance!
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