8 edition of True crimes in eighteenth-century China found in the catalog.
True crimes in eighteenth-century China
Robert E. Hegel
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled and translated by Robert E. Hegel ; with contributions by Maram Epstein, Mark McNicholas, and Joanna Waley-Cohen.|
|Series||Asian law series -- no 20|
|Contributions||Epstein, Maram., McNicholas, Mark., Waley-Cohen, Joanna.|
|LC Classifications||KNQ3800 .H44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780295989068, 9780295989075|
|LC Control Number||2008046287|
Nancy Park locates the place of corruption in eighteenth-century Qing China by discussing its legal definition as well as its treatment in official and popular writings. True crimes in. Crime From Late 18th Century To The End 1. Crime from late 18th Century to the end of the Victorian EraCrime rates in Victorian England rose from 5, cases a year in to aro in The Reason why crime skyrocketed was because of the Industrial Revolution.
Gong'an fiction is part of a broader category of crime-themed fiction, which includes a variety of true crime stories, like those found in the late Ming dynasty story collection The Book of Swindles or in the type of legal case narratives anthologized in Robert E. Hegel's True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China (). Books to Read True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories (Asian Law Series) kiranfraser. History Book Review: Marines: An Illustrated History: The United States Marine Corps from to the 21st Century (Illustrated History (Zenith Press)) by Chester G. Hearn.
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In a nutshell. My book presents a sample of crime reports from eighteenth-century China in English translation. All are capital crimes. Since all capital crimes might carry the death penalty, detailed reports of all levels of investigation had to be forwarded to the Emperor for his final decision on sentencing.
Introduction. Robert Hegel's book True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories presents a sample of crime reports from eighteenth-century China in English translation. All True crimes in eighteenth-century China book capital crimes. Since all capital crimes might carry the death penalty, detailed reports of all levels of investigation had to be forwarded to the Emperor for his final decision on sentencing.
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by Robert E. Hegel volume, the first collection translated into English of criminal cases - most involving homicide - from late imperial China.
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Hegel ; with contributions by Maram Epstein, Mark. 图书True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. from late imperial China. These true stories of crimes of passion, family conflict, neighborhood feuds, gang violence, and sedition are a treasure trove of information about social relations and legal procedure.
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True crimes in eighteenth-century China Robert E Hegel, Maram Epstein, Mark McNicholas, Joanna Waley-Cohen Published by University of Washington PressCited by: 7. True Crimes in Eighteenth Century China () selected and translated original depositions from witnesses and evidence from the accused in capital cases.
These were contained in memorials to the emperor written by the county magistrate who conducted the investigation and the trial, since (a death sentence had to be approved by the emperor.
Big Deals True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories (Asian Law Series) Full. At one level True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China is a fascinating book. It presents translations (in whole or in part) of the original depositions in a number of serious criminal cases.
The depositions comprise the evidence given by the accused and witnesses as brought out by the magistrate’s interrogation. They include also his summary and recommendation for sentencing as well. Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search.
Close Search. Advanced Search Help True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories in NAN NÜ. Author: Author: Lisa Tran. Having recently completed his book, True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories, Professor Hegel was interested in similarly creating a digital resource of the original Chinese texts on which his interpretations and translations were based.
There were many challenges to the creation of. On his book True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories Cover Interview of Decem Lastly. As a reader of fiction, I was drawn not only to how the “stories” here were told, but even more to what those stories had to say about specific individuals and about humanity in general.
My hope is that other readers can.Like a thousand year-old “pidan” egg, Chinese crime fiction has been around for centuries. From the Yuan Dynasty-era “Gong An” detective mysteries to the famous 8th century magistrate Di Renjie (known in the west as Judge Dee), China has long provided ample thrills and chills for even the most hardboiled (pun intended) sleuths.
True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China. by Robert E. Hegel. Here’s a book that combines tabloid subject matter (true stories of extortion, rape, murder, kidnapping, and other crimes), a fascinating glimpse at ordinary life in Late Imperial China.