Our Dark Places: the shadows between public record, private lives and ethics in true crime–inspired fiction
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My research project consists of a creative work and an exegesis. I Shot the Devil is a true crime–inspired fiction manuscript that melds memoir with fiction. My exegesis locates itself in debates surrounding feminism, representational politics and existing cultural historians’ enquiry into creative responses to trauma and crime, via two autoethnographic essays. Both explore the ethical, ideological and epistemological issues surrounding the narrativised representation of marginalised subjects, including victims of crime.
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