Crime In George Crabbe's Tales Of The Hall

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This paper is a criminological-literary work. It depicts one of the most significant subjects exploring crimes in George Crabbe's selected poems, their correspondence and the social conditions of the eighteenth century. This paper represents crimes, which considered as a dark phenomenon in the history of the world and particularly in the Great Britain. Throughout history, British society was underwent from numerous social complications such as corruption, crimes, poverty, poor hygiene and lack of self-security…etc. George Crabbe's poems such as 'Smugglers and Poachers' in Tales of the Hall in addition to two poems 'Peter Grimes' and 'The election' in The Borough were the literary works that handle the concept of crime, which was a clear in
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