Online Learning Library Courses Creative Writing – Mystery Writing Assignment 3 Research

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This is an essay from the Online Learning Library Courses in Creative Writing – Mystery Writing

Online Learning Library Courses:

Mystery Writing:

Assignment 3:

Research:

The ten questions that I would have to answer if I was planning to write a mystery story set in the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England. These are the ten things I would have to research via books, the internet and other materials such as magazine/newspaper articles etc.
1) What was life like in the eighteen and nineteen hundreds ( the 19th century) in England?
2) What was the law like in the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England?
3) What was the policing like during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England?
4) What sort of crimes were committed during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England?
5) Who committed more crimes during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England. Men or women?
6) How were prostitutes treated and was it illegal?
7) What were criminals like during the eighteen and nineteen hundreds (the 19th century) in England, and how were they treated after being arrested?
8) What sort of crimes would people be hanged for?
9) How did serial killers get away so easily? For example, Mary-Ann Cotton, Jack the Ripper.
10) How did the police solve crimes that had been committed and how did they catch the culprit?


Submitted: May 17, 2019

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