The Troubled ManLarge Print - 2011
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Wonderful quote from Mankell about the crime fiction genre in the Globe & Mail March 29, 2011: "the genre is often misunderstood. It's not just about finding out whodunit, it's about understanding the world through the lens of crime and justice, he says, citing Crime and Punishment (about a brutal murder, but so much more), Heart of Darkness (crime fiction about the European abuse of Africa) and even Medea ("If there had been a police force in Greek society, there would have been policemen in the play.") "To put up the mirror of crime in front of you is one of the oldest ways of telling a story that exist."
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