Hanway’s Solitude in Imprisonment

With his book, Solitude in Imprisonment, Hanway made a large push for public attention with a much greater focus than his previous efforts.

Prisons As Schools of Crime

That prisons served as “seats,” “schools,” and “seminaries” of vice and crime was a central concern of prominent eighteenth-century English reformers.

Menander’s Enduring Characters

Ovid, almost surely writing with knowledge and experience of the full corpus of Menander’s works, noted four enduring, common characters in Menander.