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Kuba Rozpruwacz By Paul Begg,

  • Title: Kuba Rozpruwacz
  • Author: Paul Begg
  • ISBN: 9788306032
  • Page: 327
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  • Do dzi nie wiadomo, kto sta za zbrodniami przypisywanymi Kubie Rozpruwaczowi, mordercy prostytutek z londy skiego East Endu ko ca epoki wiktoria skiej Paul Begg rozwa a kilka r wnorz dnych hipotez Jego opowie o zagadce seryjnego mordercy r ni sie od innych ksi ek na ten temat wyj tkowo skrupulatnie przedstawionym t em historycznym i spo ecznym, na kt rym rozegra yDo dzi nie wiadomo, kto sta za zbrodniami przypisywanymi Kubie Rozpruwaczowi, mordercy prostytutek z londy skiego East Endu ko ca epoki wiktoria skiej Paul Begg rozwa a kilka r wnorz dnych hipotez Jego opowie o zagadce seryjnego mordercy r ni sie od innych ksi ek na ten temat wyj tkowo skrupulatnie przedstawionym t em historycznym i spo ecznym, na kt rym rozegra y si opisywane wydarzenia Dzi ki temu poznajemy tajemnice ciesz cych si z s aw dzielnic dziewi tnastowiecznego Londynu, zasady pracy i techniki dochodzeniowe brytyjskiej policji oraz szczeg owe portrety ofiar mordercy Autor dowodzi, e Kuba Rozpruwacz zosta by prawdopodobnie zapomniany, gdyby mordowa gdzie indziej, za East End by scen gotow na to, by rozegra y si na niej jakie sensacyjne wydarzenia.
    Kuba Rozpruwacz Do dzi nie wiadomo kto sta za zbrodniami przypisywanymi Kubie Rozpruwaczowi mordercy prostytutek z londy skiego East Endu ko ca epoki wiktoria skiej Paul Begg rozwa a kilka r wnorz dnych hipotez Jeg

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    1. E ben, sono in ferie Giorno uno di ferie, libri due finiti Per ho anche pulito la casa, quindi la coscienza pure quella pulita E questo un altro dei tomi che servono in vista del giro a Londra, gentilmente prestatomi da chi viene con me, ma non aveva voglia di finirlo Non malaccio e questo Begg si sicuramente dato da fare un sacco per stanare tutti i resoconti della polizia, i referti medici, gli articoli di giornale Solo che un po asettico, leggermente pedante e fin troppo ricco di particolari [...]

    2. Begg s history is, beyond a doubt, definitive It covers not only the five canonical Ripper murders in detail, but also the two earlier ones Emma Smith and Martha Tabram with which the police Ripper file begins Begg does not follow all the murders in said file, which ends with the murder of Frances Coles in 1891, but rather, ends with the vivisection of Mary Ann Kelly, then concludes with two chapters of speculation concerning the Ripper s identity It is at this point that Begg s book transcends [...]

    3. This book distinguishes itself from the mass of Ripper scholarship by offering up a great deal social and political context in an effort to explain why the Ripper story has endured and flowered in cultural consciousness At least that s what it says, and it s mostly true between the chapters on each of the canonical Ripper victims there s a wealth of material on police procedure and internal politics, the rise of the Victorian social conscience, and the explosive growth of the news media It s al [...]

    4. A relaying of the Whitechapel murders but put into their historical and sociological context Begg doesn t rely on the sensationalism of other Ripper authors to convey the story Interesting as a study of the late Victorians and not just the Ripper case.

    5. A 80% Very GoodNotes A sometimes awkward and tangential contextual history, it nonetheless offers a new lens to view a worn out subject.

    6. A refreshing look at the Jack the Ripper killings that sets them into context with the political and social events of the time, including the increasing awareness and objection to the plight of British girls sold into prostitution in Europe and the subsequent change in attitude to prostitution as a whole Between the chapters on the Ripper s victims Begg describes the changing political scene of the time, the changes in attitudes towards the working classes as a whole and toward prostitution spec [...]

    7. Well, it s definitely most complete account of social, historical and cultural context in Jack the Ripper killings Truly fascinating And most scientific approach to the topic that really is impressive if you take into account how many people are still looking at Ripper s case for sensationalism.

    8. This account is by a notable researcher and author so you d expect top notch Sadly I can t muster than 3 stars because I found it boring.I m very familiar with the Whitechapel Murders and own about 25 books on the subject This not a bad book by any means but it s a tiring read Yes, the social and political history leading up to the late 1880s is highly pertinent in setting the scene and in explaining the terrible conditions physical and psychological that many East Enders found themsleves livin [...]

    9. I picked up this book because I was going to visit a friend in London who lives in the Spitalfields Whitechapel area of East London, which is where all the JTR events took place The book was than a re telling of the gruesome events in the fall of 1888 He provided not only a great history of East London but also a detailed backdrop of London society good and bad at the time The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars is that he s pretty long winded and almost too much so for my taste in c [...]

    10. This, my second foray into the facts of Jack the Ripper, was not as readable as the first.Don t get me wrong, the book had to have been meticulously researched and contained a wealth of ALL MANNER of knowledge from and about Whitechapel in the 1880s But I think that was just it I think the book strayed too far from the topic of the actual Ripper murders to hold someone s attention who is just getting into the whole subject and wants examinations of the cold facts.Bottom line This book is great a [...]

    11. Begg can t bring himself to let go of Sir Melville Macnaghten and especially not of Sir Robert Anderson, despite the fact that neither one of them stacks up well when you stop and think it over This book has some very good chapters on the social history surrounding the murders although his chapters on the murders themselves aren t as well organized as Rumbelow s Jack the Ripper The Complete Casebook and I give him credit for keeping the theories about the murderer out of the discussion of the mu [...]

    12. The G.B Memorial has been condemned as unfit to use I t was built as a memorial to the men who died in the 1 AND 2 World Wars but was not pooperely mantained as it should have been That is where I have been borrowing my books since I retired It may never open again as it was before , it was in a very poor location as it was It may be relocated to another building in the town So I have to look for another source for my reading material My brother as a good collection of books in his library so I [...]

    13. I m not sure what I was expecting, but I guess this delivers exactly what the title says it will an almost painfully detailed history of the Ripper slayings and every socio economic, political and historic tidbit that can be even vaguely appended to them The author provides a history of London s East End back to the Early Medieval era, contending that that piece of geography had always had a troubled history.I was hoping for some sort of new or alternate theories but none were forthcoming.

    14. Currently rereading this book Every autumn I like to reread one or of the Jack the Ripper books I own, mainly because I find the subject endlessly fascinating This History gives a great deal of social and political background to help understand how Jack the Ripper s crimes impacted Victorian London, and indeed, why we are still discussing the case today This book is useful and informative both to the newcomer and to seasoned Ripperologists I can t recommend it enough.

    15. This book was perfect for writing a research paper on Jack the Ripper, because it doesn t focus on the mind numbingly boring cold hard facts of the case, but rather focuses on the context of the murders instead, which is what truly makes the Whitechapel murders interesting My only beef was that it didn t go much into the legacy of Jack after all, his history is ongoing into the present , but that is a personal complaint based on what I have to write for my paper.

    16. When I looked over the library shelves for a book on JtR this was the one that appealed to me the most I don t know why that was, but I got it anyway and read about 50 pages of it, then flicked through to parts that interested me I m a little annoyed with myself for not reading the entire book but the buildings etc of JtR s time just doesn t interest me whatsoever.

    17. Full of InsightThe Ripper case has been an interest of mine I always wanted to know than the movies depicted This book is that which did just that A clear picture of the time and circumstances surrounding the case is fully described in this in depth look at Jack The Ripper.Read it.

    18. I really enjoyed this book Finished it last night It took me a while to read but was worth it in the end I didn t like the commentary on who said what, who did what got a little annoying sometimes And of course, speculation is a major part of the mystery So, although I still don t know who killed those poor women, I want to read I don t think I ll ever be satisfied.

    19. I think this book is as important as Sugden s work I consider both to be the two most unbiased and authoritative sources to date What s , while they essentially cover the same ground, there are some things mentioned in Begg s book I did not recall from Sugden s I plan on re reading them both in opposite order when I have the time to see if the same is true in reverse.

    20. What I like to read when I m having fun being weird I had to read this particular book for a history class While obviously it appealed to the morbid side of me who is absolutely fascinated by criminology, it is an awesome look at dissecting culture and class conflict at that era in London, and does a great job of explaining why Whitechapel was as violently run down as it was.

    21. This book was interesting in that it focused on the social and economic circumstances that made the Ripper murders so sensational It was social history of the time rather than trying to solve the mystery.

    22. It was good, had a ton of history on Victorian England to provide fantastic context for the murders and the author tied the murders to social reform movements to form a very nice thesis That being said the book was at sometimes dry and I found myself disinterested often than I like.

    23. Too many descriptions of the streets and the area where the murders occurred and not enough focus on the murders themselves I got bored and gave up.

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