Victorian Crime, Madness And Sensation

Victorian Crime, Madness And Sensation Beginning With Victoria S Enthronement And An Exploration Of Sensationalist Accounts Of Attacks On The Queen, And Ending With The Notorious Case Of A Fin De Si Cle Killer, Victorian Crime, Madness And Sensation Throws New Light On Nineteenth Century Attitudes Toward Crime And Deviance The Essays, Which Draw On Both Canonical And Liminal Texts, Examine The Victorian Fascination With Criminal Psychology And Pathology, Engaging With Real Life Cases Alongside Fictional Accounts By Writers As Diverse As Ainsworth, Stevenson, And Stoker Among The Topics Are Shifting Definitions Of Criminality And The Ways In Which Discourses Surrounding Crime Changed During The Nineteenth Century, The Literal And Social Criminalization Of Particular Sex Acts, And The Gendering Of Degeneration And Insanity As Fascinated As They Were With Criminality, The Victorians Were Equally Concerned With Solving Crime, And This Collection Also Focuses On The Forces Of Law Enforcement And Nineteenth Century Attempts To Read The Criminal Body As Revealed In Victorian Crime Fiction And Reportage Contributors Engage With The Detective Figure And His Growing Professionalization, While Examining The Role Of Science And Technology Both At Home And In The Empire In Solving Cases

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10 thoughts on “Victorian Crime, Madness And Sensation

  1. says:

    Very informative The chapter on Sweeney Todd was particularly insightful.

  2. says:

    Hell yes This gives a great background for the receptive audience of so many Victorian mysteries and novels of sensation A great read.

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