Table of contents for Criminal woman, the prostitute, and the normal woman / by Cesare Lombroso and Gugliemo Ferrero ; translated and with a new introduction by Nicole Hahn Rafter and Mary Gibson.


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CONTENTS
List of tables										vi
List of illustrations 									viii
Acknowledgments									x
Editors' Introduction									xix
Author's Preface									1
PART I. THE NORMAL WOMAN
chapter							
1. 	The Female in the Animal World 						7	
	 Anatomy and Biology of Woman						14	
3. 	Senses and Psyche of Woman						27	
4. 	Cruelty, Compassion, and Maternity 					37	
5. 	Love										50	
6. 	The Moral Sense								56	
7. 	Intelligence									63	
											
PART II. FEMALE CRIMINOLOGY
		
1. 	Crime in the Animal World 							72	
2. 	Crimes of Savage and Primitive Women					77
3. 	The History of Prostitution							83
											
PART III. PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY AND ANTHROPOMETRY OF
CRIMINAL WOMAN AND THE PROSTITUTE
1. 	The Skull of the Female Offender						90	
2 . 	Pathological Anomalies 							97	
3. 	The Brains of Female Criminals and Prostitutes				100	
4 . 	Anthropometry of Female Criminals						104	
5. 	Facial and Cephalic Anomalies of Female Criminals and Prostitutes	111	
6. 	Other Anomalies								114	
7. 	Photographs of Criminals and Prostitutes					118	
8. 	The Criminal Type in Women and its Atavistic Origin			125
9 . 	Tattoos 									134
											
PART IV. BIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF FEMALE
CRIMINALS AND PROSTITUTES
1. 	Menstruation, Fecundity, Vitality, Strength, and Reflexes			142
2. 	Acuteness of Sense and Vision						150
3. 	Sexual Sensitivity (Lesbianism and Sexual Psychopathy)			157	
4. 	The Female Born Criminal							170
5. 	Occasional Criminals								184
6. 	Crimes of Passion								195
7. 	Suicides									206
8. 	The Born Prostitute								211
9. 	The Occasional Prostitute							223	
10. 	Insane Criminals								230
11. 	Epileptic Criminals and the Morally Insane					235
12. 	Hysterical Criminals								240
						
Appendix 1: Comparison of the Three Editions, including the full text of La donna
	delinquente Part IV, Cap. X, "Pazze criminali" and The Female Offender
	Chapter XVII, "Criminal Female Lunatics"					251
Appendix 2: Illustrations in the Earlier Editions					275	
Notes											279
Glossary										326
References										337
Index											(351)
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Female offenders, Criminal anthropology, Prostitutes