Table of contents for Victorian crime, madness and sensation / [edited by] Andrew Maunder, Grace Moore.

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Illustrations							vi
Notes on Contributors						vii	
Acknowledgements						x
	Andrew Maunder & Grace Moore				1
1	Regicide and Reginamania: G.W.M. Reynolds and 
 The Mysteries of London	
 John Plunkett						14 
2	The Making of a Master Criminal: the 'Chief of the Thugs'
 in Victorian Writings on Crime
 Máire ní Fhlathúin					29
3	Black Markets and Cadaverous Pies: The Corpse, Urban 
 Trade and Industrial Consumption in the Penny Blood
 Sally Powell						43
4	"Stepchildren of Nature": East Lynne and the Spectre of
 Female Degeneracy, 1860-1861		
 Andrew Maunder						56
5	Murder, Gender, and Popular Fiction by Women in the 
 1860s: Braddon, Oliphant, Yonge
 June Sturrock						69
6	Anatomy of a "Nine Days' Wonder": Sensational
 Journalism in the Decade of Sensation
 Dallas Liddle						85
7	The Inside Story: Crime, Convicts and Careers for Women			Barbara Onslow						99
8	"The Truth of Midnight" and "The Truth of Noonday"
 Sensation and Madness in James Thomson's 
 The City of Dreadful Night
 Dafydd Moore						112	
9	Puffed Papers and Broken Promises: White-Collar Crime
	and Literary Justice in The Way We Live Now		
	Karen Odden						127
10	Something to Hyde: The "Strange Preference" of Henry
	Grace Moore
11	The Novelization of the Dreyfus Affair: Femininity and
	Sensation in Fin-de-Siècle France			
	Christopher E. Forth					153
12	"Furious Passions of the Celtic Race": Ireland, Madness
	and Wilkie Collins's Blind Love
	Maria K. Bachman					169
13	Time's Hand: Fingerprints, Empire, and Victorian Narratives
	of Crime
	Gita Panjabi Trelease					185
14	Vamping the Children: The Bloofer Lady, the London
	Minotaur and Child-Victimization in Late-Nineteenth-Century
	Leslie Ann Minot						197
15	Ballad of a Demon Barber: The Criminal Career of George 
	Nicholas Freeman					208		
	Bibliography						226

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English fiction 19th century History and criticism, Crime in literature, Crime Great Britain History 19th century Historiography, Great Britain Social conditions 19th century Historiography, Great Britain History Victoria, 1837-1901 Historiography, English prose literature 19th century History and criticism, Detective and mystery stories, English History and criticism, Sensationalism in literature, Mentally ill in literature, Criminals in literature