Representing Crime in Words, Images, and Song: Exploring Primary Sources in the Murder of Mélina Massé, Montreal, 1895

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Representing Crime in Words, Images, and Song: Exploring Primary Sources in the Murder of Mélina Massé, Montreal, 1895
Abstract
An examination of class, gender and religious bias in the primary source material portrayals, especially newspapers accounts, of the murder in 1895 of a 30 year-old woman in Montreal by her allegedly abusive husband. The author examines accounts of the murder and trial in the Montreal Daily Star and The Gazette, as well as La Presse, La Patrie and the Toronto Globe.
Publication
Histoire sociale/Social History
Volume
Vol. 43
Issue
No. 86
Pages
429-455
Date
November 2010
Language
en
Citation
Lord, Kathleen. “Representing Crime in Words, Images, and Song: Exploring Primary Sources in the Murder of Mélina Massé, Montreal, 1895.” Histoire sociale/Social History Vol. 43, no. No. 86 (November 2010): 429–455.
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