Nieważne, jak było naprawdę. Kryminał według Iredyńskiego

Mariusz Kraska

Abstract

The article focuses on criminal novels written by Ireneusz Iredyński under pen names Matteo Sarto, Umberto Pesco and Paolo Corsini. From the very onset, it engages in a polemic with the dominant opinion according to which this author’s early, commercial works, have nothing in common with his later accomplishments. Concentrating especially on the last novel, Róża nie przynosi szczęścia [Roses Don’t Bring Good Luck], the author argues that this work features elements characteristic of Iredyński’s writer’s idiom. This is because this crime novel is in fact a form of a radical game with the readers’ expectations, resulting from the negation and undermining of the genre code.
Author Mariusz Kraska (FL / PPP)
Mariusz Kraska,,
- Institute of Polish Philology
Other language title versionsIt doesn’t matter how things really were. Crime novels according to Iredyński
Pages69-81
Publication size in sheets0.6
Book Majchrowski Zbigniew, Wroniszewski Maksymilian (eds.): re: Iredyński, 2018, Instytut Badań Literackich Polskiej Akademii Nauk, ISBN 978-83-66076-17-4, 256 p.
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)20
ScoreMinisterial score = 20.0, 30-09-2019, MonographChapterAuthor
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