Review of Reviews, 14 (1896), 444.
Woman in Gaol
Arthur G F Griffiths Windsor Magazine
Crime, Gender, Heredity, Pathology
Claims that women prisoners demonstrate all the same 'womanly trait[s]' exhibited by women outside of gaol, and suggests that the female prisoner's maternal instincts and 'love of personal decoration' give no cause whatever for 'belief in Professor Lombroso's theory of a special criminal type'.
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