3 edition of Law in literature found in the catalog.
Law in literature
Finlay, William Finlay viscount
|Statement||delivered before the honourable Society of the Middle Temple on 4th May, 1933, by Lord Finlay.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19,  p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||33032134|
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Law in Literature: Legal Themes in Short Stories came about as the direct result of two events: prior to attending law school I had taught literature at the State University of New York at Albany; and during my second semester of law school I chose a. human nature." Cardozo's paper "Law and Literature" analyzed the literary style of judicial opinions.7 But only since the publica-tion in of James Boyd White's The Legal Imagination" has a distinct, self-conscious field of law and literature emerged.
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Law and Literature The subject of law and literature has been a recognized field of study in universities and law schools since the s. Since its inception it has been, and still continues to.
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This comprehensive and provocative second volume of a new series entitled `Current Legal Issues' shows that although law is literature, it also features in literature such as Shakespeare, Dickens, and Hardy.
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