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-Colonial Literatures. London: Routledge. Aumont, Jacques 1997: The Image. From L’image (1994) trans. Claire Paja- kowska. London: British Film Institute Publishing. Austin, Guy 1996: Contemporary French Cinema. An Introduction. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. Baer, Ulrich 2000: Remnants of Song. Trauma and the Experience of Modernity in Charles Baudelaire and Paul Celan. Standford, California: Stanford Uni- versity Press. 276 Bakhtin, Mikhail 1981: The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays by M. M. Bakhtin. Trans. Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist. Austin

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, Ernest 32 Henke, Suzette 50, 64 Herman, David 25, 44, 92‒93 Herman Judith 38 Hewitt, Leah 161 Hill, Leslie 27, 30, 32, 33, 35, 37, 59, 93, 113, 116, 117, 118, 122, 124, 153, 167, 185, 189, 200, 245, 248 Hiroshima mon amour 15, 23, 34, 63, 72, 88, 237, 246‒247 Holmes, Jeremy 26, 48 Homme assis dans le couloir, L’ 34 Honig, Edwin 188 Horkheimer, Max 38, 63, 72, 266 Horowitz, Mardi 160, 165 Howell, Elizabeth 119, 121, 124‒125, 131 Hughes, Alex 32 Hulley, Kathleen 18, 27 Hunter, Lynette 188 Huyssen, Andreas 73 Hyvärinen, Matti 39 298 Iacoboni, Marco

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–394, 403–404 ‘Branca de Neve Assassinada’ 386 ‘Clube dos Sete Anões’ 381, 403 ‘D. Mafalda em o Clube dos Anões’ 357 ‘O Envenenamento’ 381 Branco, J. Carvalho: Antologia Policial Corvo 323 Bréchon, Jacques: Les collections policières en France 229 Brecht, Bertolt 250, 356 Breton, André 208 Brett, Jeremy 279 436 Index ‘Homem Invisível’ 330, 332 The Innocence of Father Brown 292, 296 ‘A Melhor História Policial’ 372–373 The Secret of Father Brown 296 childhood: transcending boundaries 4 Christie, Agatha 229, 234, 235, 253, 261, 273, 290, 297–298, 370, 391, 397 ‘The

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), but only finds two/three lines about the most unfamiliar names, such as Owen Johnson, Daly King and M.D. Post; in fact, in these notes there is only information on the volumes from which the stories are drawn. The reader is told that Owen Johnson’s story is taken from the book Murder in Any Degree, that C. Daly King’s ‘O prego e a Missa de Réquiem’ [‘The Episode of the Nail and the Requiem’] is taken from the volume of short stories The Curious Mr Tarrant. And the note about M.D. Post, reads like this: ‘MELVILLE DAVISSON [sic] POST Escritor Americano, autor

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of Canada (Montreal, 1885), p. 74. ‘A Coat of many Colours’: Viewed from Afar 83 century examples of special pleading are as follows: R. F. Burns, The life and times of the Reverend R. Burns, DD, (1871); G. Smellie, Memoir of the Rever- end John Bayne, DD, of Galt (1871); A. A. Machar, Memorials of the life and ministry of the Rev. John Machar, DD (1873); M. Y. Stark, Sermons by the late Rev. Mark Y. Stark, AM…with memoir by Wm. Reid (1871). Until the 1920s most works emerged as annalistic chronicles and were local, antiquarian, propa- gandist or eulogistic in

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) Bentham, Jeremy, Plan for an Universal and Perpetual Peace (London: Peace Book Company, 1939) Bérenger, Charles Random, Baron de Beaufain de, Helps and Hints and How to Protect Life and Property. With Instructions in Rifle and Pistol Shooting, etc . (London: 1835) Boswell, James, Boswell’s London Journal, 1762–1763 (London: Heinemann, 1950) Boyer d’Argens, Luc, chevalier de, Reflexions politiques sur l’état et les devoirs des chevaliers de Malthe (La Haye: Chez Pierre Paupie, 1739) Byron, George Gordon, Baron, The Works of Lord Byron , Vol I (London: John

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, Chiara 60n Bianchi, Lorenzo 98 e n Bianchini, Ludovico 118 Bidera, Giovanni Emmanuele 140 , 159 e n-160 e n Bidussa, David 19n Black, Jeremy 180n Blanch, Luigi 112 , 154 Blennerhassett, Charlotte 153n Blessington (Lady), Marguerite 27 e n , 139 Boccaccio, Giovanni 79 , 99 Bollati, Giulio 19n-20n , 28n , 32n Bonaparte, Joseph 86 , 87 e n , 152 Bonghi, Ruggiero 115 , 135 n Bonstetten (de), Karl Victor 56 , 68 e n , 69n Bordas, Eric 57n Borraro, Pietro 82n ←199 |  200→ Borsellino, Nino 118n Bossi, Maurizio

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cumulativity: Contrastive focus in Spanish and Catalan . In: The Linguistic Review, 28 : 111–173. Adli, Aria (2011b): On the relation between acceptability and frequency . In: Rinke, Esther & Kupisch, Tanja [Hrsg.]: The development of grammar: In honour of Jürgen M. Meisel , 383–404. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. Adli, Aria (2015): What you like is not what you do: Acceptability and frequency in syntactic variation . In: Adli, Aria, García García, Marco & Kaufmann, Göz [Hrsg.]: Variation in Language: System- and Usage-based Approaches , 173–200. de Gruyter, Berlin. Aissen

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success of the work, which among other things, in the theme of cohabitation between Jews and Christians, was characterised by an antiquist and orientalist fashion destined also to cross figurative arts in Europe, with Gérôme, Waterhouse, Poynter, and of course Lawrence Alma-Tadema 572 . And it is the religious conflict that allows us to include The Last Days of Pompeii - almost against its will - in the successful nineteenth-century vein of ‘popular’ ←188 |  189→ historical novels, the two greatest examples being Ben-Hur by Lewis Wallace (1880) and Quo Vadis? by