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True Crime, True North: The Golden Age of Canadian Pulp Magazines By Carolyn Strange Tina Loo,

  • Title: True Crime, True North: The Golden Age of Canadian Pulp Magazines
  • Author: Carolyn Strange Tina Loo
  • ISBN: 9781551926896
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • This lively book takes a loving look at the Canadian true crime pulps of the World War II era their bold, brassy covers, spicy advertisements, and stories of murder, robbery, sex, and violence With vivid archival images of both magazine covers and ads, True Crime, True North examines the themes that characterized the genre in Canada the unquestioned adherence to retribThis lively book takes a loving look at the Canadian true crime pulps of the World War II era their bold, brassy covers, spicy advertisements, and stories of murder, robbery, sex, and violence With vivid archival images of both magazine covers and ads, True Crime, True North examines the themes that characterized the genre in Canada the unquestioned adherence to retributive justice, the unwavering faith in lawmen, and the enduring affection for Royal Canadian Mounted Police The authors also trace pulp writers preoccupation with jealousy and betrayal, the deadly consequences of greed, and the growing menace of sex fiends.
    True Crime True North The Golden Age of Canadian Pulp Magazines This lively book takes a loving look at the Canadian true crime pulps of the World War II era their bold brassy covers spicy advertisements and stories of murder robbery sex and violence With vi

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    1. In 1940, the Canadian government passed the War Exchange Conservation Act This Act, among other things, prohibited the importation of American periodicals such as comic books and pulp magazines to Canada, thus opening up the market to Canadian publishers This resulted in a brief flourishing of publishing of this type of material in Canada until the Act was repealed at the end of the War Strange and Loo s book takes a look at the brief and somewhat mysterious history of the Canadian pulp magazine [...]

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