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Crime Essay - Rear Window

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Essay on the following quote: "the genre is more than an account of how some crime comes to be solved. It also inevitably makes a comment on the society it describes.”

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Fiction Imagination Theme Narratology English-language films Genres Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock Crime fiction Genre Comment
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Fiction Imagination Theme Narratology English-language films Genres Rear Window Alfred Hitchcock Crime fiction Genre Comment
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” Genres are a classification system for texts, which change as the context and society changes. It is through a genre that a text is able to create meaning for the audience to take in. Crime fiction is considered a genre because it is constantly changing to suit the current context and society. Over time, crime writers have changed their texts and style of writing due to the shifting contexts and values of a time in society. This has led to new meanings being created, and allows the writers to make a comment on the society of that time. The focus of the crime fiction genre is more than just the crime being solved, but also these comments that are being made. This can be perceiv...
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