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  • Convicted Murderers and the Victorian Press: Condemnation vs. Sympathy 

    Weiner, Martin J (University of Plymouth, 2007-11)
    Almost half of those receiving the death sentence in late-Victorian and Edwardian England were reprieved. The process of deciding which murderers were to hang and which were to be spared became an increasingly public one, ...

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