The Staircase At The Heart's Delight

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In 'The Staircase at The Heart's Delight,' Anna Katharine Green weaves a spellbinding tale that intertwines mystery and crime into a seamless narrative, exemplifying her status as the mother of the detective novel. This particular work marks her adeptness at crafting atmospheric settings and intricate plots, hallmarks of her literary style, and showcases her impact on the genre within the late 19th-century literature context. The prose, eloquently structured, guides readers through a labyrinth of suspense and human psychology, anchored in the details of a bygone era that Green meticulously revives through her words. The story is a testament to the timeless allure of a well-constructed whodunit, and this edition from DigiCat Publishing is a celebration of Green's literary legacy, preserving the novel's integrity while rendering it accessible to contemporary audiences.nnAnna Katharine Green's own journey as a writer was marked by boldness and innovation, venturing into a male-dominated genre with erudite command. Her contribution to the detective novel, a path blazed with works such as 'The Leavenworth Case,' displayed a unique female perspective in crime fiction, an anomaly for her time. The inspiration for 'The Staircase at The Heart's Delight' may well have been drawn from Green's fascination with the psychological aspects of crime and her observation of societal intricacies, which she so adeptly translates into compelling narratives. Her experiences and observations imbue the storytelling with authenticity, as Green simultaneously champions and subverts Victorian sensibilities.nnFor connoisseurs of classic detective fiction and newcomers alike, 'The Staircase at The Heart's Delight' offers a rich and satisfying read. This novel not only enthralls with its own merit but also serves as a crucial piece of the literary puzzle in understanding the evolution of the detective genre. Readers will find themselves captivated by the turn-of-the-century charm and challenged by the cunningly placed red herrings and plot twists Green is revered for. As part of DigiCat Publishing's dedication to honoring our literary heritage, Green's novel is impeccably preserved for the discernment of a modern audience, making it a must-read for those who revel in unraveling mysteries from the comfort of their armchair.


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Anna Katharine Green (1846–1935) is acknowledged as one of the pioneering figures in the detective fiction genre, especially in America. Her writing career began in the post-Civil War era, a time when the field of detective storytelling was predominantly male-dominated. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Green was well educated and had initially pursued poetry. However, it was her foray into mystery writing that earned her critical acclaim. Her first novel, 'The Leavenworth Case' (1878), became a bestseller and is considered a classic in detective literature. Green's works are known for their well-plotted stories and the creation of one of the first detective series featuring the character Ebenezer Gryce of the New York Metropolitan Police Force. Her expertise in legal matters and attention to detail in crafting her mysteries set her works apart from others and influenced future writers like Agatha Christie. 'The Staircase At The Heart's Delight', one of her many mystery tales, stands testament to Green's ability to weave intricate plots and create atmospheric narratives that capture the reader's attention. Green's literary style includes intricate plots, attention to legal accuracy, and the portrayal of strong female characters, which was quite innovative for her time. Her body of work comprises over 40 novels and numerous short stories, contributing significantly to the genre's development and paving the way for future generations of crime writers.

Produkt Details

Verlag: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Sprache: English

Umfang: 16 Seiten

Größe: 323,4 KB

ISBN: 8596547338413

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