On Topic

August 5th, 2004 · No Comments
by Booksquare

One advantage of laziness is that sometimes other people read and analyze things well before we work our way down the first screen. And while we are certainly capable of writing megabyts about novels and social issues (yeah, we know, the megabytes have already been written, just this week alone, we’ve been all over the concept), we’re going to let Sarah Weinman tackle this subject as it relates to mysteries. We won’t add a thing.

Okay, except for the part where the article notes that authors tackled social issues in the 1930s, too. Um, not to be one of those pedantic types, but we think it’s been going on a little longer than that.

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