War stories: narrative sense-making in German Eastern front soldier memoirs
Passport plots: B. Traven's Das Totenschiff and the chronotope of movement control
Paper trails: the Austrian passport system in Stendhal's La Chartreuse de Parme
Reappropriating Agatha Christie: an introduction
Porous borders: the passport as an access metaphor in Laurence Sterne's 'A Sentimental Journey'
Passports: on the politics and cultural impact of modern movement control
Clueless: genre, realism and contingency in Ed McBain's early 87th Precinct novels
Pierre Bayard and the ironies of detective criticism: from text back to work
Beyond the schools approach: chronological and thematic course designs for teaching literary theory
"Beautiful shining order": detective authority in Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express
Utopian passport control: narrative, mobility and movement control in J. G. Schnabel's Insel Felsenburg
Detective fiction and the critical-creative nexus
The novel and the passport: towards a literary history of movement control
Narratives of resentment: notes towards a literary history of European anti-Americanism
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