|Introduction: Stories of Child-Murder, Stories of Print JENNIFER THORN||13|
|Part I: Child-Murder's Writers and Readers|
|Beyond "Lewd Women" and "Wanton Wenches": Infanticide and Child-Murder in the Long Eighteenth Century DANA RABIN||45|
|"Most Revolting Murder by a Father": The Violent Rhetoric of Paternal Child-Murder in The Times (London), 1826–1849 MELISSA VALISKA GREGORY||70|
|"I would be a Witness against my self": Infanticide and Communion in Colonial New England LAURA HENIGMAN||91|
|Fractured Narratives of Infanticide in the Crime and Execution Broadside in Britain, 1780–1850 MIRIAM JONES||112|
|Part II: Infanticide, Print, and "the Public"|
|The Gender Dynamics of the Infanticide Prevention Campaign in Eighteenth-Century England and Richardson's History of Sir Charles Grandison LISA ZUNSHINE||145|
|"I wou'd not murder my Child": Maternity and the Necessity of Infanticide in Two Novels by Daniel Defoe TONI BOWERS||172|
|Confession and Profession: Adam Bede, Infanticide, and the New Coroner LAURA C. BERRY||196|
|Whose Story Is This, and Who May Tell It? Medical Evidence versus "Common Capacity" in the Framing of the Elizabeth Canning case JUDITH MOORE||218|
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Publication information: Book title: Writing British Infanticide: Child-Murder, Gender, and Print, 1722-1859. Contributors: Jennifer Thorn - Editor. Publisher: University of Delaware Press. Place of publication: Newark, DE. Publication year: 2003. Page number: 7.
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