This chapter considers the efforts of the poet and novelist Kenneth Fearing to fashion literary forms appropriate to the postwar mood. Fearing, foremost Communist poet of the Great Depression, forged a new radical sensibility in the following decade with his noir thrillers such as The Big Clock (1946), a psychosexual roman noir stressing the sinister effect of market segmentation in the publishing industry.
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