Cover

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pp. 1-7

Contents

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pp. 8-9

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Preface

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pp. 10-13

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Acknowledgments

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pp. 14-17

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ONE: State Power, Cultural Dissidence, Transversal Power

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pp. 18-39

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TWO: Becoming Gypsy, Criminal Culture, Becoming Transversal

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pp. 40-80

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THREE: Communal Departure, Criminal Language, Dissident Consolidation

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pp. 81-94

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FOUR: Social Spatialization, Criminal Praxis, Transversal Movement

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pp. 95-124

To promote the hegemony of official culture and advance the state, early modern England’s state machinery needed to construct, imbue, and regulate the populace’s subjective territory: its range of conceptual and emotional experience. In conjunction, and by extension, it needed to rule the physical existence of the populace. I am primarily concerned...

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FIVE: Antitheatrical Discourse, Transversal Theater, Criminal Intervention

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pp. 125-155

In the preceding chapters we have seen the many ways by which transversal power manifested as and through early modern England’s emergent criminal culture of gypsies, rogues, vagabonds, beggars, cony-catchers, cutpurses, and prostitutes. Criminal culture’s transversal movement occurred in various modes, including countercultural...

Notes

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pp. 157-195

Bibliography

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pp. 197-207

Index

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pp. 209-217