/Dickens and Crime Philip Collins Macmillan 1962
Dickens and Crime by Philip Collins
From ‘A Visit To Newgate’ and Oliver Twist early in his career to The Mystery of Edwin Drood, which he died writing, Dickens was much concerned with crime. Long familiar with London’s criminal rookeries, he visited the scene of several famous crimes, witnessed executions, toured prisons in various countries, and even helped to run a home for delinquent girls.
- Cambridge Studies in Criminology Series XVII
- Publisher Macmillan & Co. Ltd., London; 1962
- Red Cloth Hardback, 371 pp
- Size 220 x 145mm, 750g
Condition: Very Good – Good Unclipped Dust Jacket, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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