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Roy S. Davies, author of A Comparative Chronology of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day (reviewed in the May 16, 1998 Scout Report), attempts to establish "financial fiction" as a literary genre at this new Financial Fiction Genre site. Davies creates a canon of classic financial texts by Charles Dickens, Emile Zola, Upton Sinclair, and Tom Wolfe, among others, in a variety of essays spanning the Dawn of the American Century to the Rise of the Yuppie. The "motivating force" of money in other genres such as science fiction, legal fiction, mysteries, and spy thrillers is also discussed, and links to related topics from other Roy Davies' works are highlighted throughout the site.

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