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Table Of Contents

Contents:

Introduction

PART I: CRIMINAL REPRESENTATIONS
Chapter 1: Constructing the Underworld: Criminal Anatomies
Chapter 2: Picaresque and Providential Fictions
Chapter 3: Crime Reports and Gallows Writing
Chapter 4: Criminal Trials: Testimony and Narrative Realism
Chapter 5: Criminal Biographies: The Singular and the Exemplary

PART II: CRIME AND IDENTITY: DEFOE IN THE 1720s
Chapter 6: Colonel Jack's Childhood
Chapter 7: Moll Flanders and Her Confederates
Chapter 8: Guilt and the Reader of Roxana

PART III: THE JUDGE AND THE AUTHOR: FIELDING THE MIDCENTURY
Chapter 9: The Politics and Poetics of Crime and Punishment
Chapter 10: Fielding as Magistrate: The Canning and Penlez Cases
Chapter 11: Amelia: Imprisonment and Transgression

Epilogue: English Radicalism and the Literature of Crime
Notes
Bibliography
Index