THE CONQUEST OF DEATH: Violence and the Birth of the Modern English State
The author explores the history of crime, homicide, and suicide in England over four centuries through the office of the coroner. The office was established to investigate violent or suspicious deaths. Weaving together strands of social, legal, economic, and political history, this narrative will interest scholars across a range of fields.
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