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  • The Hampstead Murder: Subversion in Press Portrayals of a Murderess 

    Darby, Nell (University of Plymouth, 2018)
    The murders of Phoebe Hogg and her toddler daughter by Mary Eleanor Piercey, the lover of Phoebe’s husband, in London in 1892 subverted the usual Victorian press conventions surrounding a female killer. Whereas such women ...

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