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Jane Adams & Sally Pomme Clayton


Jane Adams contrasts crime fiction with real investigation, and Sally Pomme Clayton explores the oral storytelling tradition. Jane Adams notes how crime fiction hasn’t kept pace with real crime investigation, and gives us a whistlestop tour. Sally Pomme Clayton explores the oral storytelling tradition, and its own explanations for where stories might come from.

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