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I territori eterogenei del noir: Enrico Deaglio, il giallo politico e la lezione di Sciascia

Abstract : Enrico Deaglio does not write detective stories. However, his two most recent works both revolve around an investigation: Storia vera e terribile tra Sicilia e America (A True and Terrible Story between Sicily and America), an investigation into the lynching of five Sicilians in Tallulah (Louisiana) in 1899, and La zia Irene e l'anarchico Tresca (Aunt Irene and the Anarchist Tresca), an investigation into the links between the State/Mafia context and the near future of Italy, based on clues transmitted by the secret services. In the two cases, we can therefore speak of "heterogeneous territories of the detective novel", that is, of all that literature which incorporates, uses, exploits - and at the same time is contaminated by - the structures of the detective story.
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Claudio Milanesi. I territori eterogenei del noir: Enrico Deaglio, il giallo politico e la lezione di Sciascia. Pescara a luci gialle - 2a edizione, Elena Ricci, 2020, Pescara, Italy. pp.123-133. ⟨hal-03175898⟩

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