Recollections of Forty Years - Being an Account at First Hand of Some Famous Criminal Lunacy Cases;With the Essay 'Spontaneous and Imitative Crime' by (Paperback)

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Lyttelton Stewart Forbes Winslow MRCP (1844-1913) was a British psychiatrist notable for his participation in the famous cases of Jack the Ripper and Georgina Weldon during the late Victorian era. First published in 1910, "Recollections of Forty Years" contains an account of Forbes' wide and varied experience as a criminal psychiatrist, describing in detail the notable cases he worked on and the people he became acquainted with. Highly recommended for those with an interest in history, true crime and criminology. Contents include: "Early Recollections", "Lunacy Officials I Have Met", "Personal Experiences", "Legal Experiences", "Jack the Ripper", "American Experiences", and "Reflections During Forty years". Other notable works by this author include: "Handbook For Attendants on the Insane" (1877), "Spiritualistic Madness" (1877), and "Mad Humanity: Its Forms Apparent and Obscure" (1898). Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this classic work now in a brand new edition complete with the introductory essay "Spontaneous and Imitative Crime" by Euphemia Vale Blake.
Product Details ISBN: 9781528718783
ISBN-10: 152871878X
Publisher: Read & Co. History
Publication Date: June 24th, 2021
Pages: 416
Language: English