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TrickyDick42
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10:51:50 PM Mar 15th 2012
edited by TrickyDick42
Shouldn't this period extend further than the beginning of World War II? A good deal of classic Noir stories were written and set during the war and in the post war period. See for example, The Long Goodbye, and Double Indemnity. I would suggest moving the end of the period to 1959, the year Playback, Chandler's last novel was published.
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