Revisiting John Grisham by Mary Beth Pringle
A Critical Companion (Critical Companions to Popular Contemporary Writers)

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John Grisham is one of the most prolific and beloved mystery writers today, still reaching the top of the bestseller lists with books like The Testament (1999) and King of TortS≪/i> (2003). In recent times, he has also experimented with different genres, such as A Painted House (2001), a semi-autobiographical work, and Skipping ChristmaS≪/i> (2001), a holiday narrative. This volume follows up the critical analysis of GrishaM&Apos;s work in John Grisham: A Critical Companion, examining his writing from 1997 to the present.


About Mary Beth Pringle

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MARY BETH PRINGLE is Professor of English at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, where she teaches modern/contemporary literature, women's studies, and writing. /e Her areas of professional interest include autobiography and personal writing by women and all facets of popular culture. She is coeditor of "The Image of Prostitute in Modern Literature" (1984) and "Sex Roles In Literature" (1980) and she is at work on "Approaches to Teaching Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse". She has also published articles on a wide variety of popular culture topics.
Published May 30, 2007 by Greenwood. 160 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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