The Northing Tramp
Sprache - Englisch
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In 'The Northing Tramp,' a riveting tale of mystery and suspense, Edgar Wallace manifests his literary genius by cleverly intertwining unexpected plot twists and intricate character development. This narrative takes readers on a thrilling escapade through the shrouded streets of early 20th-century England—a milieu fraught with enigmatic vagrants and shadowy figures. Wallace's literary style, renowned for its rapid pacing, combines with a haunting atmosphere that harkens back to the golden age of crime fiction. Framed in a historical context, this classic literary work resonates with the genre's traditions, while also reflecting Wallace's influence from the contemporary socio-political landscape of his time.
Edgar Wallace stands as a prolific British author and journalist, whose myriad experiences—ranging from wartime reporting to scriptwriting—imbue his novels with authenticity and depth. 'The Northing Tramp,' much like his other works, is a testament to Wallace's dedication to storytelling, painting a vivid portrait of the societal undercurrents the author witnessed firsthand. His profound understanding of the human condition and mastery in depicting the multifaceted personalities of his characters suggest an intimate acquaintance with the themes of justice and social inequality that permeate his oeuvre.
This edition, meticulously reproduced by DigiCat Publishing, is an essential addition to the library of any enthusiast of classic literature, particularly those intrigued by the crime fiction genre. 'The Northing Tramp' is not merely a novel; it is a journey—a literary expedition that promises to engage the intellect and stir the imagination. Scholars and casual readers alike will find in it a cornerstone of world literature, one that endures through the ages and continues to captivate with its timeless allure of mystery and suspense.
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Edgar Wallace (1875-1932) was a prolific British writer, widely recognized for his detective and crime novels, which have captivated readers around the globe. Born into poverty as the illegitimate son of actors, Wallace was adopted by a fish porter and was compelled to leave school early to help support the family. His diverse experiences, including military service, journalism, and screenwriting, enriched his prolific output as a writer. With an extraordinary capacity for storytelling, Wallace produced more than 175 novels, 24 plays, and numerous articles and works of non-fiction. Among his vast body of work is 'The Northing Tramp,' notable for dexterous plot construction and suspenseful narration. Wallace's unique literary style combined fast-paced narratives with intricate plots, earning him a reputation as the
Genre: Sprache - Englisch
Umfang: 143 Seiten
Größe: 514,2 KB
Veröffentlichung: 16. August 2022