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The Electric Dark: Two Neo-noirs by Diao Yinan

Conjuring images of snap-brimmed fedoras, rain-sodden streets, private eyes and femme fatales, the qualities of noir have long been indivisible from the its golden age in the popular imagination. From 1930s France to the postwar landscapes of America, Britain, and Japan, noir has always flourished in times of social, political, and economic uncertainty, ensnaring its protagonists in the...

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