The Case of the Contaminated Icon; or, Allan Pinkerton’s Dangerous Detective Doubles View Full Text


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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

Pamela Bedore

ABSTRACT

In the 1902 Dirne novel, fesse fames Foiled; or, Pinkerton’s Best Play, Jesse and Frank James, the famous outlaw brothers, are hiding behind a rock when a group of six Pinker ton operatives ride by on horses. The James boys decide to stay hidden rather than to open fire unsuccessfully in the darkness. Their discussion reveals much about the fictionalized Pinkertons and outlaws that were often paired in the Dirne novels: ’I heard that fellow Lindsay’s voice, so we didn’t kill him,’ muttered Frank, after they were at a safe distance. ‘And I recognized West and that fellow Ray,’ answered Jesse. ‘They’re hard to kill, curse them!’ ‘Exactly what they think of us, I reckon,’ chuckled Frank. More... »

PAGES

79-116

Book

TITLE

Dime Novels and the Roots of American Detective Fiction

ISBN

978-1-349-44993-4
978-1-137-28865-3

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