THE TROUBLE IN ROOM 519: Money, Matricide, & Marginal Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century
Aiello weaves a compelling true crime narrative into his exploration of the economics of magazine fiction and the strains placed on authors by the publishing industry prior to World War II. With his examination of Hillman's work as exemplary of Depression era popular fiction, Aiello includes 8 of the author's stories originally published in mid century magazines.
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