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In the preface to The Riddle of the Sands, Childers reported that he opposed “a bald exposition of the essential facts, stripped of their warm human envelope,” as proposed by the two young sailor adventurers. Various conventions of the detective genre were standardized during the Golden Age, and in 1929 some of them were codified by writer Ronald Knox in his 'Decalogue' of rules for detective fiction, among them to avoid supernatural elements, all of which were meant to guarantee that, in Knox's words, a detective story "must have as its main interest the unravelling of a mystery; a mystery whose elements are clearly presented to the reader at an early stage in the proceedings, and whose nature is such as to arouse curiosity, a curiosity which is gratified at the end."

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Publisher: Duke University Press Books (April 8, 2016)

ISBN: 0822361000

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