Hatchet, February 2004, #1


February 2004, Vol. 1, No. 1, Issue #1. Contents include a lengthy analysis of the Borden case and offers up a solution, an essay about the rhetoric of gender bias in Victorian New England, an examination of the deep questions raised by the Borden murders, a critical study of The Hands of Time, and a work of fiction about seeing Lizzie Borden in present-day Fall River.


The Hatchet: Journal of Lizzie Borden & Victoria America. February 2004, Volume 1, No. 1, Issue #1. 68 pages.

Features include: “The Solution to the Borden Mystery” — by Fritz Adilz; “The Rhetoric of Gender Bias in Victorian New England: The Ongoing Dialectic” — by Annette Holba; “Do Good People Commit Atrocities: The Deepest Questions Raised by the Borden Case” — by Denise Noe; “Badgering Bridget” — by Sherry Chapman; “The Sphinx of Parricide” (poem) — by Eugene Hosey; “Thiz & Thatz: Lizzie Got Around” — by Kat Koorey; “Bits and Pieces” — by Harry Widdows; “Borden Valentines” — by Sherry Chapman; “Dear Abby” — by Sherry Chapman;   “Critical Borden: The Hands of Time, a Review” — by Glen “Joe” Carlson; and “Lizzie Borden, Alive and Well and Living in New England” — by Mark Amarantes.

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