Critical Approaches to John Grisham’s Works by Contemporary Scholars

Ravshan Turakulovich Niyazov


The following article deals with the critical literary analyses of the works by John Grisham. Moreover, the general introductory details concerning the author and his career in literature have been provided in order to make the reader familiar with John Grisham as well as his detective works. The viewpoints of the critics have been mentioned including the dissertations by the well-known scholars and the scientific articles. The gathered data collections have been analyzed chronologically as well as empirically, and the results have been supplied in the article. Mostly, the critical analyses presented in the article have been done based on the works by June Harris, Dave Mote, Jenifer Rubin and Randolph Paul Runyon. The reason why we have chosen their works primary is that the scholars paid much more attention to the author’s style to write detective novels and did great attempt to study the fictional works by John Grisham in the comparative way. In fact, our investigations have proved that most of the critics including the above-mentioned scholars rejected and criticized the legal detective novels by the author. Later on, they consequently changed their viewpoints regarding his works and all the negative ideas turned into the opposite manner. That means, the hard work to increase the quality of the novels have been done by the author respectively. 

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