Now that we’ve seen three different illustrations of detective fiction, “The Purloined Letter,” “A Scandal in Bohemia,” and “A Scandal in Belgravia, discuss how perception unfolds as a key element of Detective fiction--how does being able to observe differentiate the successful detective from others?  What do these stories tell us about how we become accustomed to seeing our surrounding and interpreting others (even when we think we are being clever)?



Rope. Dir. Alfred Hitchock. Warner Brothers, 1948


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