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Lost Londons: Change, Crime, and Control in the Capital City, 1550-1660 (Cambridge Social and Cultural Histories) Hardcover – September 29, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0521885249 ISBN-10: 0521885248 Edition: 1st

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"a welcome addition to the literature on urban growth, on how changing definitions of crime and criminality may reflect larger trends in understanding that growth, and, especially, on the transformation of London into a modern multifaceted metropolis." -Suzanne Balch-Lindsay, H-Urban

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By focusing on policing, prosecution, and the language and perceptions of the authorities and the underclasses, Paul Griffiths explores the swift growth and transformation of early modern London. The book provides the first full study of petty crime before 1660, analysing worlds and words of crime, criminal rings and cultures.

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