“The Felon” is a fantastic collection of classic essays on the subject of crime by a variety of authors including criminologists, doctors, criminal psychologists, social workers, and more. They cover a broad range of topics related to crime from the history of criminal law and dealing with crime, to understanding the criminal mind and beyond. Highly recommended for those with an interest in criminology and other related subjects. Contents include: “The Origin of Criminal Law, By William W. Billson”, “Human Aggregation and Crime, By M. G. Tarde”, “Condemnation of Criminals not Punishment, By Edward F. Brush, M. D”, “The Language of Crime, By A. F. B. Crofton”, “Typical Criminals, By Samuel G. Smith, Ll. D”, “The Stamping out of Crime, By Dr. Nathan Oppenheim”, “Criminal Festivals, By M. Guillaume Ferrero”, “Politics and Crime, By A. G. Warner”, “Responsibility in Crime from the Medical Standpoint, By Sanger Brown, M. D.”, “Criminal Anthropology in Italy, By Helen Zimmern”, etc. Read & Co. Great Essays is proudly publishing this brand new collection of classic essays.