By Havelock Ellis.
A critical summary of the new (in 1895) science of criminal anthropology.
Chapters include cranial and cerebral characteristics, heredity, tattooing, intelligence, religion, thieves' slang, the treatment of the criminal and much more.
A useful insight into the way society viewed criminals
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