Hatchet, December 2005, #12


December 2005, Vol. 2, No. 6, Issue #12. Contents include a study of Edwin Porter’s Fall River Tragedy, new Lizzie Borden finds, an exploration into a trip made by the Borden family to visit the Morse family in Minnesota in 1868, and a critical examination of the A&E documentary on Lizzie Borden, A Woman Accused.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. December 2005, Volume 2, No. 6, Issue #12. 58 pages.

Features include: “Edwin Porter’s Fall River Tragedy: A Hermeneutic Entrance into the Borden Mystery” — by Annette Holba; “New Lizzie Borden Finds” — by Sherry Chapman; “The Visit” — by Kat Koorey; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman; “Bridget’s Kitchen” — by Sherry Chapman; “Henry Trickey is Dead”; “Sonnets to the Portuguese” (poetry) — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “We Have Always Lived in the Castle: A Classic Horror Novel Inspired by the Borden Murders” — by Loretta Ross; “Denise Noe’s Lizzie Whittling: Lizzie and Animals”; “History Snippits”; “92 Seconds: Fall River’s Portuguese Pilgrim” — by Mary Elizabeth Naugle; “Ads and the Man” (poem) — by James J. Montague; “We Always Look at You, Lizzie” (poem) — by Denise Noe; “News and Views That Wouldn’t Fit the Compositor’s Bench” — by Douglas Walters; and “The Cutting Room, Critical Notes on the Borden Legacy: The A&E Biography, A Woman Accused” — by Eugene Hosey.

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