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Gain an introduction to one of the most famous novels ever written, and one of literature’s most famous characters. Start to consider the context surrounding a work of literature consider aspects of genre, both detective fiction and the gothic you will need.
These exercises are designed to be tackled before students have got to grips with the novel, but the edition used as the reference for this article is the vintage edition with an introduction by Ruth Rendell (2008).
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