Tag Archives: A Man Named Thin

Hammett: “The Dimple”

 How to mark the first day of a New Year? How about The Return of Terry Zobeck? Terry’s back with another installment of Zobeck: Series Two, where he details editorial changes wrought by Frederic Dannay when he reprinted various Hammett … Continue reading

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Hammett: All He Wrote

 And now, on Birthday 120, it is time to do a recount — we’ll call these The Zobeck Statistics. As anyone who has been on the tour knows, I personally count The Big Knockover as a novel (if a short novel), … Continue reading

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Hammett: “The Sardonic Star of Tom Doody” & “The Joke on Eloise Morey”

Another month on the mean streets, ready to be kicked into gear by Terry Zobeck with part two of his new series probing the various changes made by Frederic Dannay to Hammett’s short stories. . . . You can find “pure texts” … Continue reading

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Hammett: “The Barber and His Wife”

How about we kick off the month with The Return of Tenderloin Terry Zobeck? It’s always swell when Terry climbs back on deck after a hiatus. Terry’s still got one Hammett story he needs to check for editorial meddling by … Continue reading

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Hammett: “Angel,” Resurrected

Our now regular Guest Blogger Terry Zobeck returns for another installment — following “This King Business” and “Death and Company” — detailing the various changes made by Frederic Dannay when he was editing Hammett for paperback. I couldn’t help but … Continue reading

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