8 edition of Literature and the law found in the catalog.
Literature and the law
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||PN56.L33 M67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007018849|
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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. Using Literature to Make Better Lawyers. Denise Forster. FOR YEARS, law professors have woven works of literature—novels, memoirs, short stories, essays—into classes and seminars to tell the stories of law. Using these works, professors and students dissect scenarios not otherwise encountered in traditional legal curricula.
The Greek philosopher Plato recognized a relationship between law and literature more than two thousand years ago, writing, "A society's law book should, in right and reason, prove, when we open it, far the best and finest work of its whole literature.". Top 10 dodgy lawyers in literature Some legal eagles are less Atticus Finch and more Dr Gonzo – and many of literature’s most memorable lawyers are .
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This item: Literature and the Law (Aspen Coursebook) by Thomas Morawetz Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Becky's Books by: 3. A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature Literature and the law book engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, Literature and the Law is the only available book of its kind/5.
The Literature of the Law brings together examples of the very best in judicial pronouncements over four centuries and two continents. Assembled into themes, such as life and death deicisions, freedom of speech and the protection of minorities, they form a fascinating summary of the law's /5(2).
A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature through engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, Literature and the Law is the only available book of its kind.
This text covers a comprehensive variety of topics in law and literature utilizing shorter, thought-provoking, less canonical works of fiction from Price: $ The Literature of the Law brings together examples of the very best in judicial pronouncements over four centuries and two continents.
Assembled into themes, such as life and death deicisions, freedom of speech and the protection of minorities, they form a fascinating summary of the law 5/5(1).
The Spenser Review 'Elizabethan Literature and the Law of Fraudulent Conveyance combines the study of a very specific legal issue at a particular time with an expansive and metaphorical understanding of that issue such as to show how broadly it was at work in Elizabethan by: 3.
Literature About the Law: A List of Books Compiled by Daniel J. Solove I. Novels and Plays Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Aeschylus Oresteia James Agee A Death in the Family Jean Anouilh Antigone Aristophanes Wasps Margaret Atwood Alias Grace Margaret Atwood.
Books shelved as law-and-literature: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Law and Literature by Richard A. Posner, Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoye. This is a brilliant book for anyone wanting to understand the ways in which human beings construct narratives as ways of making sense of the world.
Written by one of the leading authorities in educational psychology, it offers a basis for transdisciplinary learning in its framework encompassing literature, psychology and the by: 'The Law', as the title suggests, is his manifesto on the nature of law, what it ought and ought not to be, and stands as a bold defence against the ascending Socialist movement of his time.
It really is a pamphlet more than a book and it is written as such with grand vigour. According to Bastiat, man is Personality, Liberty, and by: 1. Law and literature: a continuing debate; 2. The text, the author, and the use of literature in legal studies; 3.
Cases in the laws of reading; Part II. Perspectives: 4. Shakespeare revisited; 5. Children's literature and legal ideology; 6. Law, literature and feminism; 7. Law and justice in the modern novel: the concept of responsibility; Part : Hailed in its first edition as an 'outstanding work, as stimulating as it is intellectually distinguished' (New York Times), Law and Literature has handily lived up to the Washington Post's prediction that the book would 'remain essential reading for many years to come.' This third edition, extensively revised and enlarged, is the only comprehensive book-length treatment of the field.
Special features: All law schools that do not already have one in place are required to institute a course in Law and Literature. This new anthology is the first of its kind, and has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of a Law and Literature course * Selections from judges, lawyers, and professors of law give students an insider's view of the legal system * Chronological.
Hailed in its first edition as an "outstanding work, as stimulating as it is intellectually distinguished" ("New York Times"), Richard A.
Posner's "Law and Literature" has handily lived up to the "Washington Post's" prediction that the book would "remain essential reading for many years to come."/5. Literature can tell stories of the law and of lawyers, whether to entertain, educate, or make some kind of change.
General surveys of where law or lawyers appear in literature Author: Elizabeth Wells. Garapon, A. and D. Salas, Les nouvelles sorcières de Salem, Leçons d'Outreau, Paris, Seuil, Gander, H.
H., M. Fludernik, and H. Albrecht (eds), Bausteinezueiner Ethik des Strafens. Philosophische, juristische Gearey, A., Law and Aesthetics, Oxford.
The first five books of the Old Testament are called "The Law." In Judaism, they're called The Torah (which means law) or The Pentateuch (which means five scrolls). Although they are called The Law, they also include the history from creation to the arrival of the Israelites in the Promised Land.
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Fiction's window on law and lawyers --The meanings of law --Freedom and crime --Criminals minds --Trial and punishment --Finding meaning --The law of literature. Responsibility: Thomas Morawetz. Law and Literature is the only book-length treatment of a widely popular subject that is drawing considerable academic attention.
Both are centered on the theme of using literature to broaden the thinking of law students about their future profession and themselves. The book examines dozens of authors, from Franz Kafka and Albert Camus to William Faulkner and Agatha Christie – among many others – and connects each with larger ideas in the field of law.A unique book that explores the intersections of law and literature through engaging and entertaining stories, book chapters, poems, plays, and articles along with discussion topics, Literature and the Law is the only available book of its kind.