Fb2 The Fox and the Flies: The Criminal Empire of the Whitechapel Murderer. Charles Van Onselen ePub
by Charles Van Onselen
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|Author:||Charles Van Onselen|
|Publisher:||Vintage Books USA (March 1, 2008)|
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In this brilliant study, Charles van Onselen situates the private life of one man amidst the demi-monde of the . Charles van Onselen is an acclaimed biographer who has been honoured with visiting fellowships at Cambridge, Oxford and Yale.
In this brilliant study, Charles van Onselen situates the private life of one man amidst the demi-monde of the Atlantic world and casts a brilliant light on the most infamous serial killer of all time - Jack the Ripper.
Charles van Onselen was educated at the Universities of Rhodes and Oxford. He has written extensively on 19th and 20th century South Africa
Charles van Onselen was educated at the Universities of Rhodes and Oxford. He has written extensively on 19th and 20th century South Africa. In 1983, his work on the social and economic history of the Witwatersrand won the Trevor Reese Memorial Prize for outstanding achievement in Commonwealth and Imperial history. He is a well-known critic of Afrikaner nationalism whose earlier works include Charles van Onselen was educated at the Universities of Rhodes and Oxford.
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Charles van Onselen is an acclaimed biographer who has been honoured with visiting fellowships at Cambridge, Oxford and Yale. A graduate of Rhodes University, Grahamstown, and St. Antony’s College, Oxford, his earlier works on the social history of southern Africa won him, amongst others, the American African Studies Association’s Herskovits Prize, the Institute of Commonwealth Studies’ Trevor Reese Memorial Prize and the Sunday Times Alan Paton Award for non-fiction.
He resides in Johannesburg. He is a well-known critic of Afrikaner nationalism.
In this profoundly strange book, Charles van Onselen stalks Joseph Lis, whose criminal spree lasted nearly four decades .
In this profoundly strange book, Charles van Onselen stalks Joseph Lis, whose criminal spree lasted nearly four decades, before he disappeared from view in the final days of the First World Wa. Grotesque, yes. His many crimes include savage beatings, rape both outside and inside prison and the coercion of poverty-stricken young women, many mere girls, into sexual slavery. But Lis was hardly a Napoleon of crime.
In this first reconstruction of the life of a dangerous psychopath, Charles van Onselen situates the private life of one man amidst the demi-monde of the Atlantic world to identify the most infamous serial killer of all time - for Joseph Silver's darkest secret of all lay in London, in Whitechapel, in the autumn of 1888. The book jacket presented this as a book about a criminal who was theorized to be Jack the Ripper. It was not much about that but did tell the tale of a Polish refuge Jew who went to London and later. THE FOX AND THE FLIES: The Secret Life of a Grotesque Master Criminal. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus.
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van Onselen Charles (EN). A chance encounter with Silver's career in South Africa set Charles van Onselen on a twenty five-year obsession: a journey to reconstruct the shadowy life and times of-in some ways to match wits with-a devious master criminal. From Russian Poland in the 1860s, where Silver was born Joseph Lis, to London in the 1880s, turn-of-the-century New York, Argentina, and Africa, van Onselen recaptures the dangerous demimonde of the Atlantic world.
Then someone such as Charles van Onselen comes along. Oh, and he was also Jack the Ripper. The central focus is on Silver, born Joseph Lis in Kielce, Poland, but with numerous other aliases. He was formerly employed at the University of the Witwatersrand, where he headed the Institute of Advanced. The Fox and the Flies provides a social, political, and economic history of the Atlantic (?) underworld from about 1890 until 1918, the year Joseph Silver was executed by the Austro-Hungarian military. The book tracks the life of Joseph Silver, whom van Onselen argues is Jack the Ripper. Onselen, Charles Van. Alternative names.