About: Tartan Noir

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Tartan Noir is a form of crime fiction particular to Scotland and Scottish writers. It has its roots in Scottish literature but borrows elements from elsewhere, including from the work of American crime writers of the second half of the twentieth century, especially of the hard-boiled genre, and of European authors.

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  • Le tartan noir est une forme de fiction criminelle particulière à l'Écosse. Il a ses racines dans la littérature écossaise, mais emprunte des éléments d'ailleurs, en incluant le travail de James Ellroy et du genre roman noir. Le nom lui-même a été forgé par Ellroy, qui a appelé Ian Rankin « le roi du tartan noir » sur une couverture. (fr)
  • Se denomina Tartan Noir al género de novela policiaca particular de Escocia. Tiene sus raíces en la literatura escocesa, pero también recibe influencias externas, en especial de autores de como James Ellroy. (es)
  • Tartan Noir è una forma di letteratura gialla specifica della Scozia e degli scrittori scozzesi. Ha le sue radici nella letteratura scozzese, ma prende in prestito elementi da altre fonti letterarie, tra cui le opere di scrittori di gialli americani della seconda metà del XX secolo, in particolare del genere hard boiled, e di autori europei. (it)
  • Tartan Noir is a form of crime fiction particular to Scotland and Scottish writers. It has its roots in Scottish literature but borrows elements from elsewhere, including from the work of American crime writers of the second half of the twentieth century, especially of the hard-boiled genre, and of European authors. (en)
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  • Le tartan noir est une forme de fiction criminelle particulière à l'Écosse. Il a ses racines dans la littérature écossaise, mais emprunte des éléments d'ailleurs, en incluant le travail de James Ellroy et du genre roman noir. Le nom lui-même a été forgé par Ellroy, qui a appelé Ian Rankin « le roi du tartan noir » sur une couverture. (fr)
  • Se denomina Tartan Noir al género de novela policiaca particular de Escocia. Tiene sus raíces en la literatura escocesa, pero también recibe influencias externas, en especial de autores de como James Ellroy. (es)
  • Tartan Noir è una forma di letteratura gialla specifica della Scozia e degli scrittori scozzesi. Ha le sue radici nella letteratura scozzese, ma prende in prestito elementi da altre fonti letterarie, tra cui le opere di scrittori di gialli americani della seconda metà del XX secolo, in particolare del genere hard boiled, e di autori europei. (it)
  • Tartan Noir is a form of crime fiction particular to Scotland and Scottish writers. It has its roots in Scottish literature but borrows elements from elsewhere, including from the work of American crime writers of the second half of the twentieth century, especially of the hard-boiled genre, and of European authors. (en)
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  • Tartan Noir (en)
  • Tartan noir (es)
  • Tartan noir (fr)
  • Tartan Noir (it)
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