A Prison Diary

Author: Jeffrey Archer

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9780330418850

Category: Novelists, English

Page: 477

View: 2796


On Thursday 19 July 2002, after a perjury trial lasting seven weeks, Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in jail. This is the final instalment of his diaries in which he recounts his transfer from Wayland Prison to his eventual release on parole in July 2003. Originally published: as by FF8282. London: Macmillan, 2004.

A Prison Diary Volume III

Author: Jeffrey Archer

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 0330523872

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 200

View: 1170


Day 115. Saturday 10th November 2001. 6.38am. It's all an act. I am hopelessly unhappy, dejected and broken. I smile when I am at my lowest, I laugh when I see no humour, I help others when I need help myself. I am alone. The final volume of Jeffrey Archer's prison diaries, A Prison Diary Volume III: Heaven, covers the period of his transfer from Wayland to his eventual release on parole in July 2003. It includes a shocking account of the traumatic time he spent in the notorious Lincoln jail and the events that led to his incarceration there – it also throws light on a system that is close to breaking point. Told with humour, compassion and honesty, it closes with a thought-provoking manifesto that should be applauded by the Establishment and prison population alike.

The Politics of the Prison and the Prisoner

Author: Susan Easton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317368916

Category:

Page: 232

View: 7573


In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in the role of the prison as a source of political ideas and site of political engagement, as well as in the prisoner’s quest for citizenship. The rising number of prisoners has increased fiscal burdens, which has meant that imprisonment has become a more important political issue. There is also greater interest in the prison as a site of political activism and in the generation of radical political ideas within the prison context and the formation of political networks within prison which extend beyond the prison walls. This book considers the prison as a site of political protest, discusses the quest for citizenship and the denial or negation of citizenship in prison, examines the discovery of politics in prison and the role of the prison in increasing political awareness, explores the treatment of political prisoners and reflects on the prisoner as a political problem for politicians negotiating pressures from the media and the public when addressing prisoners’ demands. Drawing on a range of contemporary and historical topics such as prison riots, radicalisation and the denial of voting rights, and including discussion of cases from the UK, US and Russia, this book examines the prison as a political institution and as a site of both politicisation and political protest. This book will be of interest to students and academics engaged with prisons, penology, punishment and corrections.

Heaven

Author: Jeffrey Archer

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312354794

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 480

View: 8302


The author covers the period of his transfer from a medium-security prison to his eventual release on parole, discussing his time spent in the notorious Lincoln jail and his opinions about the necessity of prison reform.

Freeing Tammy

Author: Jody Raphael

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 1555538355

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 232

View: 1875


The latest volume in the popular trilogy of books about women, poverty, and violence

Studies in Victorian and Modern Literature

Author: William Baker

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1611476933

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 332

View: 6337


This book is both a celebration of the life and career of the eminent literary scholar, critic, and journalist John Sutherland and an extension of Sutherland’s work in various fields, including nineteenth- and twentieth-century Anglo-American literature, the publishing industry, and its impact upon creativity and literary puzzles.

Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part II, Volume 3

Author: Nancy LoPatin-Lummis,Michael Partridge

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000420817

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 484

View: 7775


Looks at the lives and politics of four of the key players in the independence and labour movements of the 19th century: Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847); Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-91); Michael Davitt (1846-1906); and James Bronterre O'Brien (1805-64). Volume 3 looks at the life of Michael Davitt.

Portals to Hell

Author: Lonnie R. Speer

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811703345

Category: History

Page: 410

View: 9584


Examines the major prisons used during the Civil War, which held nearly 410,000 soldiers and caused the deaths of 56,000 men

Underground Asia

Author: Tim Harper

Publisher: Belknap Press

ISBN: 0674724615

Category: History

Page: 864

View: 2389


Tim Harper shows on an epic scale how Asia's anti-imperial movements depended on global revolutionary networks, and he traces the lingering power of internationalist utopian dreams in the postcolonial world.