4 edition of Crime and the nation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-161) and index.
|Series||American popular history and culture, American popular history and culture (Routledge (Firm))|
|LC Classifications||PS375 .O38 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||2002020838|
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Crime and the Nation explores the correlation between fiction writing and national identity in the late eighteenth century when these two enterprises went hand in hand. The s and '90s witnessed a spirited public debate on crime and punishment that produced a new kind of fiction and a new kind of by: 6.
Crime and the Nation explores the correlation between fiction writing and national identity in the late eighteenth century when these two enterprises went hand in hand.
The s and '90s witnessed a spirited public debate on crime and punishment that produced a new kind of fiction and a new kind of prison.
This is the 7th book in a 24 volume series collection, edited by crime historian Dr. Peter Vronsky and true crime author and publisher RJ Parker.
Each month we will publish a book of some of Canada's most notorious shocking criminals, written by various authors, and published under VP Publications. This is the first book in a twenty-four volume series collection by crime historian Dr.
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Geopolitics is an increasingly important tool to understand national and international relations. This book unravels how organized crime is not just a marginal problem but part of a bigger geopolitical and asymmetrical warfare strategy. It seeks to establish a direct relationship between Nation States and organized crime : De Leon Petta Gomes da Costa.
Book Description. Geopolitics is an increasingly important tool to understand national and international relations. This book unravels how organized crime is not just a marginal problem but part of a bigger geopolitical and asymmetrical warfare strategy.
It seeks to establish a direct relationship between Nation States and organized crime groups. Debut Nigerian novelist Oyinkan Braithwaite won the Crime & Thriller Book of the Year award at tonight’s British Book Awards for her novel My Sister, The Serial Killer. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the British Book Awards – aka The Nibbies – and excitingly, the Crime and Thriller Book of the Year category is this year supported.
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The direct physical, material, mental, and emo-tional injury suffered by victims of crime is deplorable. Perhaps even more tragic, however, isthe indirect damage to society.
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