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The Resource Law and literature, edited by Michael Freeman and Andrew D.E. Lewis

Law and literature, edited by Michael Freeman and Andrew D.E. Lewis

Label
Law and literature
Title
Law and literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michael Freeman and Andrew D.E. Lewis
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
K3
LC item number
.U45 v.2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Freeman, Michael D. A
  • Lewis, A. D. E
Series statement
Current legal issues
Series volume
v. 2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Law and literature
  • Legal stories
Label
Law and literature, edited by Michael Freeman and Andrew D.E. Lewis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Rev. papers originally presented at a conference held June 29-30, 1998, University College, London
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Law-as-literature trope
  • Guyora Binder
  • (Per)versions of law in literature
  • Tony Sharpe
  • Shakespeare, the narrative community and the legal imagination
  • Ian Ward
  • Ibsen and the ascription of blame in law
  • John Stanton-Ife
  • Tess of the D'Urbervilles and the law of provocation
  • Melanie Williams
  • Introduction
  • Fantasies of women as lawmakers : empowerment or entrapment in Angela Carter's Bloody chambers
  • Maria Aristodemou
  • From Bette Davis to Mrs. Whitehouse : law and literature - theory and practice
  • Michael Thomson
  • "How can ye criticise what's plain law, man?" : the lawyer, the novelist and the discourse of authority
  • Marie Hockenhull Smith
  • Bible, law and liberation : towards a politico-legal hermeneutics of the Sermon on the mount
  • Adam Gearey
  • Rivka Yoselewska on the stand : the structure of legality and the construction of heroic memory at the Eichmann trial
  • Lawrence Douglas
  • Anthony Julius
  • "Final struggle" : a discoursal, rhetorical, and social analysis of two closing arguments
  • Jill Tomasson Goodwin
  • Crossing the literary modernist divide at century's end : the turn to translation and the invention of identity in America's story of origins
  • Gary Minda
  • Lawyers and introspection
  • Thomas Morawetz
  • Translation and judicial ethos : some remarks on James Boyd White's proposal for the harmony of the spheres
  • Jeanne Gaakeer
  • Sovereign self : identity and responsibility in Victorian England
  • Simon Petch
  • Writing and reading in philosophy, law and poetry
  • Is literature more ethical than law? Fitzjames Stephen and literary responses to the advent of full legal representation for felons
  • Jan-Melissa Schramm
  • Victorian narrative jurisprudence
  • Christine L. Krueger
  • "Born pious, literary, and legal" : Lord Coleridge's criticisms in law and literature
  • Ray Geary
  • Defamation and fiction
  • Eric Barendt
  • Art crimes
  • Anthony Julius
  • James Boyd White
  • Reading blasphemy : the necessity for literary analysis in legal scholarship
  • Anthony Bradney
  • Capturing childhood : the Indian child in the European imagination
  • Anne McGillivray
  • Legalizing violence : Fanon, romance, colonial law
  • Gary Boire
  • Governing bodies, tempering tongues : Elizabeth Barton and Tudor treason
  • Mary Polito
  • Guernsey witchcraft trials of 1617 : the case of Collete Becquet
  • Matthew McGuinness
  • Interdisciplinary legal scholarship as guilty pleasure : the case of law and literature
  • Hidden truth of autopoiesis
  • Willem J. Witteveen
  • What Frederick Douglass says to Kant, with help from Einstein
  • Wai-Chee Dimock
  • Singular and aggregate voices : audiences and authority in law & literature and in law & feminism
  • Judith Resnik
  • Law as performance
  • J.M. Balkin and Sanford Levinson
  • Jane B. Baron
  • Literature's twenty-year crossing into the domain of law : continuing trespass or right by adverse possession?
  • Richard H. Weisberg
Control code
40912665
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxxi, 764 pages
Isbn
9780198298137
Lccn
99021442
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Law and literature, edited by Michael Freeman and Andrew D.E. Lewis
Publication
Note
Rev. papers originally presented at a conference held June 29-30, 1998, University College, London
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Law-as-literature trope
  • Guyora Binder
  • (Per)versions of law in literature
  • Tony Sharpe
  • Shakespeare, the narrative community and the legal imagination
  • Ian Ward
  • Ibsen and the ascription of blame in law
  • John Stanton-Ife
  • Tess of the D'Urbervilles and the law of provocation
  • Melanie Williams
  • Introduction
  • Fantasies of women as lawmakers : empowerment or entrapment in Angela Carter's Bloody chambers
  • Maria Aristodemou
  • From Bette Davis to Mrs. Whitehouse : law and literature - theory and practice
  • Michael Thomson
  • "How can ye criticise what's plain law, man?" : the lawyer, the novelist and the discourse of authority
  • Marie Hockenhull Smith
  • Bible, law and liberation : towards a politico-legal hermeneutics of the Sermon on the mount
  • Adam Gearey
  • Rivka Yoselewska on the stand : the structure of legality and the construction of heroic memory at the Eichmann trial
  • Lawrence Douglas
  • Anthony Julius
  • "Final struggle" : a discoursal, rhetorical, and social analysis of two closing arguments
  • Jill Tomasson Goodwin
  • Crossing the literary modernist divide at century's end : the turn to translation and the invention of identity in America's story of origins
  • Gary Minda
  • Lawyers and introspection
  • Thomas Morawetz
  • Translation and judicial ethos : some remarks on James Boyd White's proposal for the harmony of the spheres
  • Jeanne Gaakeer
  • Sovereign self : identity and responsibility in Victorian England
  • Simon Petch
  • Writing and reading in philosophy, law and poetry
  • Is literature more ethical than law? Fitzjames Stephen and literary responses to the advent of full legal representation for felons
  • Jan-Melissa Schramm
  • Victorian narrative jurisprudence
  • Christine L. Krueger
  • "Born pious, literary, and legal" : Lord Coleridge's criticisms in law and literature
  • Ray Geary
  • Defamation and fiction
  • Eric Barendt
  • Art crimes
  • Anthony Julius
  • James Boyd White
  • Reading blasphemy : the necessity for literary analysis in legal scholarship
  • Anthony Bradney
  • Capturing childhood : the Indian child in the European imagination
  • Anne McGillivray
  • Legalizing violence : Fanon, romance, colonial law
  • Gary Boire
  • Governing bodies, tempering tongues : Elizabeth Barton and Tudor treason
  • Mary Polito
  • Guernsey witchcraft trials of 1617 : the case of Collete Becquet
  • Matthew McGuinness
  • Interdisciplinary legal scholarship as guilty pleasure : the case of law and literature
  • Hidden truth of autopoiesis
  • Willem J. Witteveen
  • What Frederick Douglass says to Kant, with help from Einstein
  • Wai-Chee Dimock
  • Singular and aggregate voices : audiences and authority in law & literature and in law & feminism
  • Judith Resnik
  • Law as performance
  • J.M. Balkin and Sanford Levinson
  • Jane B. Baron
  • Literature's twenty-year crossing into the domain of law : continuing trespass or right by adverse possession?
  • Richard H. Weisberg
Control code
40912665
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxxi, 764 pages
Isbn
9780198298137
Lccn
99021442
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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