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The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht... / Katharina Hall

Comparative Literature Studies, Volume: 50, Issue: 2, Start page: 288

Swansea University Author: Hall, Katharina

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DOI (Published version): 10.1353/cls.2013.0024

Published in: Comparative Literature Studies
ISSN: 0010-4132 1528-4204
Published: Comparative Literature Studies 2013
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title The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
spellingShingle The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
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title_short The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
title_full The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
title_fullStr The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
title_full_unstemmed The 'Nazi Detective' as Provider of Justice in post-1990 British and German Crime Fiction: Philip Kerr's 'The Pale Criminal', Robert Harris’s 'Fatherland', and Richard Birkefeld and Göran Hachmeister’s 'Wer übrig bleibt, hat recht'
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