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Author: Peter Wagner

Title: The pornographer in the courtroom

Subtitle: Trial reports about cases of sexual crimes and delinquencies as a genre of eighteenth-century erotica

In: Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century Britain

Edited by: Paul-Gabriel Boucé

Place: Totowa, NJ

Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books

Year: 1982

Pages: 120-140

ISBN-10: 0389203130 – Find a Library: Wikipedia, WorldCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 18th Century | European History: English History | Cases: Offenders / Francis Charteris; Cases: Victims / Anne Bond; Prosecution: Sentences / Death Penalty, Pardon; Prosecution: Trials / Trials in the 18th Century; Victims: Professions / Servants; Victims: Social Status / Unmarried Women




Editions: Wagner, Peter. »The Pornographer in the Courtroom: Trial Reports about Cases of Sexual Crimes and Delinquencies as a Genre of Eighteenth-Century Erotica.« Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Edited by Paul-Gabriel Boucé. Manchester 1982: 120-140. – Bibliographic Entry: Info


– Gagnier, Regenia. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 10(2) (Winter 1984): p. 381-384. – Full Text: JSTOR (Restricted Access), Periodicals Archive Online (Restricted Access)

– O'Neill, John H. Eighteenth-Century Studies 18(2) (Winter 1984-85): pp. 261-263. – Full Text: JSTOR (Restricted Access)

Wikipedia: History of Europe: History of England / Georgian era Rape in the United Kingdom: Francis Charteris (rake)