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by Jules Ryckebusch

eBook Proceedings Lizzie Borden Conference, Bristol Community College, Fall River, Massachusetts, August 2-6, 1992 ePub
Author: Jules Ryckebusch
Language: English
ISBN: 0961481153
ISBN13: 978-0961481155
Publisher: King Phillip Pub Co (July 1, 1993)
Pages: 373
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 914
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Published July 28th 1993 by King Phillip Pub Co (first published July 1993).

Proceedings Lizzie Borden Conference, Bristol Community College, Fall River, Massachusetts, August 2-6, 1992. Published July 28th 1993 by King Phillip Pub Co (first published July 1993).

Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 – June 1, 1927) was an American woman who was the main suspect in the August 4, 1892, axe murders of her father and stepmother in Fall River, Massachusetts. Borden was tried and acquitted of the murders. The case was a cause célèbre and received widespread newspaper coverage throughout the United States.

The Fall River tragedy : a history of the Borden murders, by Edwin H. Porter. by: Porter, Edwin H. Published: (1985). The Borden murder mystery : in defence of Lizzie Borden, by Arthur S. Phillips. by: Phillips, Arthur S. Published: (1986).

The Lizzie Borden House is where Lizzie Borden and her family lived. It is located on 230 Second Street in the city of Fall River, Massachusetts

The Lizzie Borden House is where Lizzie Borden and her family lived. It is located on 230 Second Street in the city of Fall River, Massachusetts. From 1874 to 1892, the house was the property of Andrew Borden, Lizzie's father, who was a member of Fall River high society.

Original documentary produced for the 1992 centennial commemoration of the infamous 1892 Borden murders in Fall River, Mass. for which notorious spinster Lizzie A. Borden was accused, tried and acquitted

Himself - Interviewee. Original documentary produced for the 1992 centennial commemoration of the infamous 1892 Borden murders in Fall River, Mass. Borden was accused, tried and acquitted. The documentary attempts to present the facts of the case to date via several local experts on the case. It was premiered at "The Legend 100 Years After the Crime: A Conference on the Borden Murders" held at Bristol Community College in Fall River, Mass. during the first week of August, 1992. Written by Kenneth J. Souza, Writer/Director. A Guide to Useful Woods of the World.

Hardcover Proceedings Lizzie Borden Conference, Bristol Community College, Fall River, Massachusetts, August 2-6, 1992 [Hardcover] Jules Ryckebusch (Editor)
Akir
Some good information - but only for Borden groupies - there are better resources out there.
Mogelv
If you're fascinated by Lizzie Borden, this book -- a collection of 26 papers presented at the conference held on the 100th anniversary of the infamous murders -- will keep you glued to the page. Here you will find Lizzie, the person and Lizzie, the case considered from five perspectives: psychological/women's issues; historical; literary; legal and forensic; and bibliographical. Sample titles: "The World Owed Her: Lizzie Borden's Shoplifting," "Lizzie, You Mean and Spiteful Thing," and "Librarians in the Life and Legend of Lizzie Borden."
But what really sets the book apart is its compelling suggestion that Lizzie may have been a victim of childhood incest (three papers focus exclusively on this idea). "The evidence, often the product of modern sociological, psychological, and clinical research, is persuasive and certainly provides us with a new way of looking at the crime," writes editor Jules Ryckebusch.
Indeed, the book's biggest virtue is its total departure from the usual did-she-or-didn't-she. I really couldn't put it down, although several spelling and grammatical errors detracted from my reading pleasure.

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