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Dashiell Hammett / Дэшил Хэммет - Собрание сочинений
Годы выпуска: 1923-2015 г.
Автор: Hammett, Dashiell / Хэммет, Дэшил
Язык: Английский
Формат: fb2/epub
Качество: OCR/eBook
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Описание:
Сэмюэл Дэшилл Хэммет (Samuel Dashiell Hammett, 27 мая 1894—10 января 1961), американский писатель и критик, автор ставших классикой детективных романов, повестей и рассказов. Один из основателей, наряду с Р. Чандлером и Д. М. Кейном, жанра «крутого детектива».
В 1923 году в pulp-журнале «Чёрная маска» появился первый рассказ о сотруднике детективного агентства «Континенталь». Имени Хэммет ему не дал, и в историю литературы он так и вошёл как Сотрудник агентства «Континенталь» (англ. Continental Op, в ряде переводов также встречается «Оперативник»). Прообразом «Континентала» послужило агентство Пинкертона. Цикл про Оперативника включает более двадцати рассказов, в 1929 году некоторые были объединены в романы: «Кровавая жатва» и «Проклятие Дейнов».
В 1930 году Хэммет опубликовал свой самый известный роман «Мальтийский сокол». Главный герой романа — частный сыщик Сэм Спейд. В 1932 году Хэммет сделал Спейда героем ещё трёх рассказов. Лучшим своим романом Хэммет называл «Стеклянный ключ» (1931). После романа «Худой человек» Хэммет пишет только сценарии для радио и кино.
Реймонд Чандлер так характеризовал прозу Хэммета:
«С первых (и до последних) шагов своей писательской карьеры он писал о людях энергичных и агрессивных. Их не пугает изнаночная сторона жизни, они, собственно, только её и привыкли видеть. Их не огорчает разгул насилия — они с ним старые знакомые. Он изобразил этих людей такими, какими они были в действительности, и наделил их живой речью, какая была им свойственна. Хемметт был прекрасным стилистом, но его читатели об этом и не догадывались, поскольку он изъяснялся совсем не так, как положено, по их мнению, изящному стилисту.»

Список книг:

Романы:

Red Harvest / Кровавая жатва 1989, fb2, ISBN: 0394718283, Vintage Paperback; 2010, epub, eISBN: 978-0-307-76748-6, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
The Dain Curse / Проклятие Дейнов 1929, fb2; 2011, epub, ISBN: 978-0-307-76747-9, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
The Maltese Falcon / Мальтийский сокол 1930, fb2; 2010, epub, ISBN: 978-0-307-76751-6, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
The Glass Key / Стеклянный ключ 1989, fb2, ISBN: 0679722629, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard; 2011, epub, ISBN: 978-0-307-76749-3, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
The Thin Man / Худой мужчина 1934, fb2; 2011, epub, ISBN: 978-0-307-76750-9, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard

Сборники:

The Adventures of Sam Spade / Человек по имени Спейд 1944, fb2
  • TOO MANY HAVE LIVED / Слишком много их было
  • THEY CAN ONLY HANG YOU ONCE / Повесить вас могут только раз
  • A MAN CALLED SPADE / Человек по имени Спейд
  • THE ASSISTANT MURDERER / Подручный убийцы
  • NIGHT SHADE / Ночная тень
  • THE JUDGE LAUGHED LAST (= THE NEW RACKET) / Судья смеялся последним
  • HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER / Сторож брату своему
    Nightmare Town / Кошмарный город 2002, fb2, ISBN: 9780330481106, Picador Books; 2015, epub, ISBN: 978-0-307-76744-8, Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
  • NIGHTMARE TOWN / Кошмарный город
  • HOUSE DICK (= BODIES PILED UP) / Детектив отеля
  • RUFFIAN’S WIFE / Жена бандита
  • THE MAN WHO KILLED DAN ODAMS / Человек, который убил Дэна Одамса
  • NIGHT SHOTS / Ночные выстрелы
  • ZIGZAGS OF TREACHERY / Обрывок газеты
  • THE ASSISTANT MURDERER / Подручный убийцы
  • HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER / Сторож брату своему
  • TWO SHARP KNIVES / Два острых ножа
  • DEATH ON PINE STREET / Смерть на Пайн-стрит
  • THE SECOND-STORY ANGEL / Домушница по имени Ангел
  • AFRAID OF A GUN / Боязнь пули
  • TOM, DICK, OR HARRY (= MIKE, ALEC, OR RUFUS) / Том, Дик или Гарри
  • ONE HOUR / Один час
  • WHO KILLED BOB TEAL? / Кто убил Боба Тила?
  • A MAN CALLED SPADE / Человек по имени Спейд
  • TOO MANY HAVE LIVED / Слишком много их было
  • THEY CAN ONLY HANG YOU ONCE / Повесить вас могут только раз
  • A MAN NAMED THIN / Человек с фамилией Тонк
  • THE FIRST THIN MAN
    Afraid Of A Gun and Other Stories 2012, fb2
  • AFRAID OF A GUN / Боязнь пули
  • ARSON PLUS
  • THE ASSISTANT MURDERER / Подручный убийцы
  • THE MAN WHO KILLED DAN ODAMS / Человек, который убил Дэна Одамса
  • DEATH ON PINE STREET / Смерть на Пайн-стрит
  • WHO KILLED BOB TEAL? / Кто убил Боба Тила?
  • MIKE, ALEC, OR RUFUS (= TOM, DICK, OR HARRY) / Том, Дик или Гарри
  • NIGHTMARE TOWN / Кошмарный город
  • NIGHT SHOTS / Ночные выстрелы
  • BODIES PILED UP (= HOUSE DICK) / Детектив отеля
  • THE ROAD HOME
  • RUFFIAN'S WIFE / Жена бандита
  • THE SECOND-STORY ANGEL / Домушница по имени Ангел
  • THE TENTH CLEW / Десятый ключ
    Return of the Thin Man 2012, epub, ISBN: 978-0-8021-2050-2, The Mysterious Press
  • After the Thin Man
  • Another Thin Man
  • “Sequel to the Thin Man”
    The Dashiell Hammett Megapack 2013, epub, ISBN: 9781434446138, Wildside Press
  • AFRAID OF A GUN / Боязнь пули
  • ARSON PLUS
  • THE NEW RACKET (= The Judge Laughed Last) / Судья смеялся последним
  • BODIES PILED UP (= HOUSE DICK) / Детектив отеля
  • DEATH ON PINE STREET / Смерть на Пайн-стрит
  • THE MAN WHO KILLED DAN ODAMS / Человек, который убил Дэна Одамса
  • MIKE, ALEC, OR RUFUS (= TOM, DICK, OR HARRY) / Том, Дик или Гарри
  • NIGHT SHOTS / Ночные выстрелы
  • NIGHTMARE TOWN / Кошмарный город
  • ONE HOUR / Один час
  • THE ROAD HOME
  • RUFFIAN'S WIFE / Жена бандита
  • THE SECOND-STORY ANGEL / Домушница по имени Ангел
  • THE TENTH CLUE / Десятый ключ
  • WHO KILLED BOB TEAL? / Кто убил Боба Тила?
  • ZIGZAGS OF TREACHERY / Обрывок газеты
  • THE WAGES OF CRIME
  • NIGHT SHADE / Ночная тень
  • THE PARTHIAN SHOT
  • IMMORTALITY
  • CURSE IN THE OLD MANNER
    The Hunter and Other Stories 2013, epub, ISBN: 978-0-8021-9295-0, The Mysterious Press
    Introduction
    CRIME
  • The Hunter
  • The Sign of the Potent Pills
  • The Diamond Wager
  • Action and the Quiz Kid
    MEN
  • Fragments of Justice
  • A Throne for the Worm
  • Magic
  • Faith
  • An Inch and a Half of Glory
  • Nelson Redline
  • Monk and Johnny Fox
  • The Cure
    MEN AND WOMEN
  • Seven Pages
  • The Breech-Born
  • The Lovely Strangers
  • Week--End
  • On the Way
    SCREEN STORIES
  • The Kiss-Off
  • Devil’s Playground
  • On the Make
    APPENDIX: THE LOST SPADE
  • A Knife Will Cut for Anybody

Повести и рассказы:

The Gatewood Caper (= Crooked Souls) / Несуразное дело 1923, fb2
The Girl with the Silver Eyes 1924, fb2
The Creeping Siamese 1926, fb2
Woman in the Dark / Женщина из тьмы 1988, fb2/epub, ISBN: 9780394572697, Knopf

Примеры текстов:

The Girl with the Silver Eyes

A BELL JANGLED ME into wakefulness. I rolled to the edge of my bed and reached for the telephone. The neat voice of the Old Man—the Continental Detective Agency’s San Francisco manager—came to my ears:
“Sorry to disturb you, but you’ll have to go up to the Glenton Apartments on Leavenworth Street. A man named Burke Pangburn, who lives there, phoned me a few minutes ago asking to have someone sent up to see him at once. He seemed rather excited. Will you take care of it? See what he wants.” I said I would and, yawning, stretching and cursing Pangburn—whoever he was—got my fat body out of pajamas into street clothes.
The man who had disturbed my Sunday morning sleep—I found when I reached the Glenton—was a slim, white-faced person of about twenty-five, with big brown eyes that were red-rimmed just now from either sleeplessness or crying, or both. His long brown hair was rumpled when he opened the door to admit me; and he wore a mauve dressing-robe spotted with big jade parrots over wine-colored silk pajamas.
The room into which he led me resembled an auctioneer’s establishment just before the sale— or maybe one of these alley tea rooms. Fat blue vases, crooked red vases, vases of various shapes and colors; marble statuettes, ebony statuettes, statuettes of any material; lanterns, lamps and candlesticks; draperies, hangings and rugs of all sorts; odds and ends of furniture that were all somehow queerly designed; peculiar pictures hung here and there in unexpected places. A hard room to feel comfortable in.
“My fiancee,” he began immediately in a high-pitched voice that was within a notch of hysteria, “has disappeared! Something has happened to her! Foul play of some horrible sort! I want you to find her—to save her from this terrible thing that...”
I followed him this far and then gave it up. A jumble of words came out of his mouth—”spirited away . . . mysterious something . . . lured into a trap”—but they were too disconnected for me to make anything out of them. So I stopped trying to understand him, and waited for him to babble himself empty of words.
I have heard ordinarily reasonable men, under stress of excitement, run on even more crazily than this wild-eyed youth; but his dress—the parroted robe and gay pajamas—and his surroundings—this deliriously furnished room—gave him too theatrical a setting; made his words sound utterly unreal.
He himself, when normal, should have been a rather nice-looking lad: his features were well spaced and, though his mouth and chin were a little uncertain, his broad forehead was good. But standing there listening to the occasional melodramatic phrase that I could pick out of the jumbled noises he was throwing at me, I thought that instead of parrots on his robe he should have had cuckoos.
. . .

The Glass Key

I.The Body in China Street
1
Green dice rolled across the green table, struck the rim together, and bounced back. One stopped short holding six white spots in two equal rows uppermost. The other tumbled out to the center of the table and came to rest with a single spot on top.
Ned Beaumont grunted softly—"Uhn!"—and the winners cleared the table of money.
Harry Sloss picked up the dice and rattled them in a pale broad hairy hand. "Shoot two bits." He dropped a twenty-dollar bill and a five-dollar bill on the table.
Ned Beaumont stepped back saying: "Get on him, gamblers, I've got to refuel." He crossed the billiard-room to the door. There he met Walter Ivans coming in. He said, "'Lo, Walt," and would have gone on, but Ivans caught his elbow as he passed and turned to face him.
"D-d-did you t-talk to P-p-paul?" When Ivans said "P-p-paul" a fine spray flew out between his lips.
"I'm going up to see him now." Ivans's china-blue eyes brightened in his round fair face until Ned Beaumont, narrow of eye, added: "Don't expect much. If you could wait awhile." -
Ivans's chin twitched. "B-b-but she's going to have the b-b-baby next month."
A startled look came into Ned Beaumont's dark eyes. He took his arm out of the shorter man's hand and stepped back. Then a corner of his mouth twitched under his dark mustache and he said: "It's a bad time, Walt, and—well—you'll save yourself disappointment by not looking for much before November." His eyes were narrow again and watchful.
"B-b-but if you t-tell him—"
"I'll put it to him as hot as I can and you ought to know he'll go the limit, but he's in a tough spot right now." He moved his shoulders and his face became gloomy except for the watchful brightness of his eves.
Ivans wet his lips and blinked his eyes many times. He drew in a long breath and patted Ned Beaumont's chest with both hands. "G-g-go up now," he said in an urgent pleading voice. "I-I'll wait here f-for you."
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