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              Books by Matthew Carey Salyer

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              The Best Stories of Arsene Lupin

              The Best Stories of Arsene Lupin (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By LeBlanc, Maurice; Foreword by Salyer, Matthew Carey

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              Based on the popular Netflix series! In the early 20th century, esteemed writer Maurice Leblanc created Arsene Lupin, a French Sherlock Holmes-type who became known as the gentleman thief. Lupin's exploits, in pursuit of the rich, have been documented in more than twenty stories ...and books, as well as in film. In January 2021, Netflix released a major hit in the entertaining Lupin mystery-comedy series based on the stories. The Best Stories of Arsene Lupin is a collection of the most engaging of Leblanc's writing about Lupin, with a special foreword by West Point associate professor of English and writer Matthew Carey Salyer.
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              ISBN 9781510767782
              Released NZ 17 Aug 2021
              Publisher Skyhorse Publishing
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              Ravage and Snare
               

              Ravage and Snare (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Salyer, Matthew Carey

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              Tomorrow is knocking out my teeth from within. With its priestly humanity and demotic heartiness, this book is the debut of a considerable talent. A songbook of immigration, family lore and self-invention, Ravage & Snare seems to have been perpetual from the moment of its composi...tion. In these poems, the categories of lyric and narrative are dismantled and reconfigured in language that dashes thrillingly from level to level of history and fiction, low register and high. The overall effect is medieval, though the scholastic scope is always tethered to the real-world Zion of jaundice and tar.
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              ISBN 9780991622290
              Publisher Pen and Anvil
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