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Crime in Victorian Britain

an annotated bibliography from nineteenth-century British magazines

by E. M. Palmegiano

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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Crime -- Great Britain -- Periodicals -- Bibliography.,
    • Criminals -- Great Britain -- Periodicals -- Bibliography.,
    • Crime -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century -- Sources -- Bibliography.,
    • Criminals -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century -- Sources -- Bibliography.,
    • British periodicals -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementcompiled by E.M. Palmegiano.
      SeriesBibliographies and indexes in world history,, no. 31
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ5703.5.G7 P35 1993, HV6943 P35 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 165 p. ;
      Number of Pages165
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1739296M
      ISBN 100313265232
      LC Control Number92044640

        Crime in Victorian Britain An Annotated Bibliography from Nineteenth-Century British Magazines. by E.M. Palmegiano. There is a lot for us to relish in the pages. The index alone is worth a tour, revealing both the mundane and the exotic. The book is a sharp reminder of the Victorian treasures that we know we'd like to read. Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (–) (the Victorian era).It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (–).. While in the preceding Romantic period, poetry had been the conquerors, novels were the emperors of the Victorian period. [clarification needed] Charles Dickens (–

      It was the worst slum in Britain: a maze of rotting Victorian tenements plagued by poverty, brutality and sexual promiscuity. Yet its crime-ridden streets were SAFER than today’s. Victorian era, the period between about and , corresponding roughly to the period of Queen Victoria’s reign (–) and characterized by a class-based society, a growing number of people able to vote, a growing state and economy, and Britain’s status as the most powerful empire in the world.

        In Victorian Britain women teetered on the verge of a vast change in the laws that had constrained them since medieval times. This is a quick summary of some of the major legislative gains of that period. The clever author—and likewise the clever reader— can select the period when the laws would make for maximal fictional : Brenda Clough. Victorian morality is a distillation of the moral views of the middle class in 19th century Britain, the Victorian era.. Victorian values emerged in all classes and reached all facets of Victorian living. The values of the period—which can be classed as religion, morality, Evangelicalism, industrial work ethic, and personal improvement—took root in Victorian morality.


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The Victorian era of Britain is known for its harsh approach to crime and the enforcement of punishments as a result. In Victorian Convicts: Criminal Lives, a collection of one hundred individual cases are presented. These are cases which highlight the difficult living conditions and hard times surrounding those living through this period.

The misery of workhouses, the morally corrosive effects of poverty and the degradation of life in Victorian slums all received Dickens ’s close attention. The novel’s prominent theme though is criminality, witnessed most vividly in the activities of Fagin’s gang of nimble-fingered child-thieves.

Facts about Crime and Punishment in Victorian Times 2:The Crime Levels. People were quite worried about crime. Crime levels increased drastically from the end of the 18th century. It continued to increase until 19th century.

Not to mention offences increased as well from 5, each year in to more t each year in the next 40 years. How Safe Was Victorian London. Crime and the Victorian Household (by Dickens's son) Violent Crime.

Murder by poisoning; Murder by drowning; Murder by strangling; Assassination; Danger inside the Train: Crime on Victorian Railways; Robery of stage coaches; River pirates; England as "the European center of suicide" Nonviolent Crime.

Prostitution. The most notorious Victorian murders were bloody slayings in the backstreets of London’s Whitechapel, ascribed to Jack the Ripper.

These attacks typically involved female prostitutes who lived and worked in the slums of the East End of London, whose throats were cut prior to abdominal mutilations. Conversations about crime, particularly via the media, were a major feature of Victorian Britain's daily life, and it was through such conversations that people learned about the nature of crime Reviews: 1.

People in Victorian times were concerned about how much crime there was and wanted to find ways to reduce it. Theft was very common. In busy towns where there were overcrowded streets, pickpockets took the opportunity to steal money and small goods from people’s pockets or bags.

Many of these pickpockets were children. Buy Crime & Criminals of Victorian England by Gray, Adrian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(33). This annotated bibliography of crime in Victorian Britain covers the journal literature of the nineteenth century, a period marking the apex of the great quarterlies and the advent of the serious magazines on the subject. The entries cover 45 journals using the authoritative registers of titles of the times.

Allingham, Philip V. "Sensation Novel Elements in The London Graphic 's Twenty-Part Serialisation of Hardy's The Mayor of Casterbridge (January through May, )." The Thomas Hardy Year Book Edwards, P. "Sensation Novels." Victorian Britain: An Encyclopedia.

Sally Mitchell. London and New York: Garland, Pp. Description This annotated bibliography of crime in Victorian Britain covers the journal literature of the nineteenth century, a period marking the apex of the great quarterlies and the advent of the serious.

This book explores how the Victorians perceived and explained female crime, and how they responded to it--both in penal theory and prison practice. Victorian England women made up a far larger proportion of those known to be involved in crime than they do today: the nature of female criminality attracted considerable attention and preoccupied those trying to provide for women within the penal.

Victorian citizens were worried about the rising crime rate. Liza Picard considers how this concern brought about changes in the way people were caught, arrested and imprisoned.

Victorian prisons and punishments - The British Library. James McCreet's top 10 Victorian detective stories The debut crime novelist offers some alternatives to the fanciful solutions and foggy London of Sherlock Holmes Wed 6 Author: Guardian Staff. A change from the many stories set in Victorian London, this popular new novel finds its setting in nineteenth-century Cardiff.

With a gripping plot from start to finish, this book tells the story of a young girl called Nansi, who tries to survive the bleak reality of being impoverished and female in the perilous streets of Victorian England.

Last month Kevin K. O’Neill described some of the nefarious exploits by various criminals operating in the dim anonymity of early 19th century London. Body snatchers, thieves, beggars, conmen and other inhabitants of the rookeries, or slums, all operated relatively freely, opposed only by a few private organizations before the formation in of the Metropolitan Police by Sir Robert Peel.InSherlock Holmes was a character very much of his time and place, who appealed to British readers directly by confronting the messy, changeable world they lived in.

Rather than dwelling in romance or in an idealized past, as many of Arthur Conan Doyle's other characters did, Holmes was grounded squarely in Victorian London.Combating Juvenile Crime in Victorian Britain December 8, Aaron Potter 19th, century, class, crime, delinquency, juvenile, law, victorian Throughout the entire duration of the 19 th century, juvenile crime in Britain had become more and more a cause for .