1)‘The Murder of Roger Ackroyd consciously problematizes the detective as a masculine hero’(Susan Rowland). To what extent do you agree with this statement?
what does detective fiction do? It creates a problem, the crime, and declares a sole cause:
the criminal. Comment by stewart smith: Alignment.
Also, this is rather a bold statement. Are you really saying no detective fiction places the criminal’s actions in context, looks at causes for their action? Rhetorical flourishes like this might work in a journalistic context but they don’t stand up to academic scrutiny. How does this statement relate to your argument?
Agatha Christie passed away in 1976, is the best-selling novelist that ever existed. Her novels attracted both radical and feminist. The murder of roger Ackroyd Published in 1926 as the first novel in which Agatha Christie proved her skills. She gave a Perfect example of the crime puzzle, a story that amazed people, Dr. Sheppard the narrator of the story and the killer of roger Ackroyd. readers are engaged with the novel and are easily led by Dr. Sheppard and never questioned him. As the reader trusts and wouldn’t suspect the narrator (Light, 2013). Comment by stewart smith: Christie WHO passed away Comment by stewart smith: Radical and feminist what? Readings? Comment by stewart smith: Title in italics, with correct capitalisation. And watch your punctuation – there should be a comma after the title. The sentence structure is poor. ‘Published in 1926, The Murder…’ Comment by stewart smith: Sentence structure, missing capitals – what’s going on? Comment by stewart smith: Sentence structure. This doesn’t make sense. Do you mean, the readers never question him? Comment by stewart smith: Not a sentence – where’s the subject?
And which part of this come from Light?
From the first book Christie’s talent was acknowledged. Because, her ideas ushered the period where detective stories were turned to complex puzzles. Marion Shaw and Sabine Vanacker have categorized Christie’s development of women characters as heroes that appeal to both writers and readers. it could be because the roles of women socially are related. Women can be seen as those who restore order to a shaken world (Munt, 2004). Comment by stewart smith: …acknowledged, because her ideas Comment by stewart smith: Ushered in Comment by stewart smith: Comment by stewart smith: into Comment by stewart smith: incomplete sentence Comment by stewart smith: As Munt argues, ‘women…’
In 1920 the year Christie and Dorthey L. Sayers conquered the market with their new mysterious puzzle stories. The detection club was established, a club for crime writers. As well as, obtained the title ‘Queens of crime’ or the ‘Quarter of muses’. Also, where Ronald Knox wrote a set of rules ‘detective decalogue’. Thus, detective fiction can be seen as a competitive field (Munt,2004). Comment by stewart smith: Sentence structure Comment by stewart smith: Grammar: no subject. ‘It was also where Ronald…’...