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Entries Labeled: Law in literature (13)

 

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“The guardian of the law” : authority and identity in James Fenimore Cooper

"The guardian of the law" : authority and identity in James Fenimore Cooper Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD606 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Charles Hansford Adams Language: English [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Authority in literature, Charles Hansford Adams, Cooper-James Fenimore-1789-1851, England and Wales, Identity (Psychology) in literature, KD606, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University Press and University Park-Pa.



Commentaries on the law in Shakespeare : with explanations of the legal terms used in the plays, poems and sonnets, and discussions […]

Commentaries on the law in Shakespeare : with explanations of the legal terms used in the plays, poems and sonnets, and discussions [...] Commentaries on the law in Shakespeare : with explanations of the legal terms used in the plays, poems and sonnets, and discussions [...] Law of the [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Bacon-Shakespeare controversy, Edward J. White, England and Wales, F.H. Thomas Law Book Co.-Nixon-Jones Printing Co, KD7869, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Learning and scholarship, Missouri, Shakespeare-William-1564-1616 and St. Louis-Mo.



Cross-examinations of law and literature: Cooper, Hawthorne, Stowe, and Melville

Cross-examinations of law and literature: Cooper, Hawthorne, Stowe, and Melville Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > Treatises. Monographs Edition Details Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Brook Thomas, Harriet Beecher Stowe, James Fenimore [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: American fiction, American fiction--19th century--History and criticism, Brook Thomas, Cambridge ; New York, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K, England, England and Wales, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Herman Melville, Internet Resource, James Fenimore Cooper, KD566, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Treatises. Monographs and United States.



Emily Dickinson's use of Anglo-American legal concepts and vocabulary in her poetry : Muse at the bar

Emily Dickinson's use of Anglo-American legal concepts and vocabulary in her poetry : Muse at the bar Emily Dickinson's use of Anglo-American legal concepts and vocabulary in her poetry : Muse at the bar Emily Dickinson's use of Anglo-American legal concepts and vocabulary in her [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Dickinson-Emily-1830-1886, Edwin Mellen Press, Emily Dickinson, England and Wales, KD671, Language and languages, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Lewiston-N.Y, New York (State), Robert Graham Lambert and United States.



Law and American literature : a collection of essays

Law and American literature : a collection of essays Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD392 Edition Details Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Maxwell H. Bloomfield, Carl S. Smith, John P. McWilliams, John Probasco McWilliams [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: American literature, American literature--History and criticism, Carl S. Smith, England and Wales, John P. McWilliams, John Probasco McWilliams, KD392, Knopf, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Maxwell H. Bloomfield, New York (State), New York-N.Y and United States.



Playhouse law in Shakespeare's world

Playhouse law in Shakespeare's world Playhouse law in Shakespeare's world Playhouse law in Shakespeare's world Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD4112 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Brian Jay Corrigan [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Associated University Presses, Brian Jay Corrigan, England and Wales, English drama, English drama--17th century--History and criticism, English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan-1500-1600--History and criticism, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Great Britain, KD4112, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Madison-N.J. ; Cranbury-NJ, New Jersey, Shakespeare-William-1564-1616 and Theater--Law and legislation.



Shakespeare a lawyer

Shakespeare a lawyer Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD532 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): William Lowes Rushton Language: English Jurisdiction(s): New York (State) Publication [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: AMS Press, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD532, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Lawyers in literature, New York (State), New-York, Shakespeare-William-1564-1616 and William Lowes Rushton.



Shakespeare and the law

Shakespeare and the law Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD671.A7 Edition Details Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Paul Raffield, Gary Watt Language: English Jurisdiction(s): England [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: England, England and Wales, Gary Watt, Hart, KD671.A7, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Oxford ; Portland-Ore, Paul Raffield and Shakespeare-William-1564-1616.



Shakespeare, law, and marriage

Shakespeare, law, and marriage Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD660 Edition Details Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Mary Sokol, B. J. Sokol Language: English Jurisdiction(s): England [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: B. J. Sokol, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge-U.K. ; New York-NY, England, England and Wales, KD660, Law and literature, Law and literature--History--16th century, Law and literature--History--17th century, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Manners and customs, Marriage, Marriage in literature, Mary Sokol and Shakespeare-William-1564-1616.



Táin bó Cúailnge and early Irish law

T?in b? C?ailnge and early Irish law T?in b? C?ailnge and early Irish law T?in b? C?ailnge and early Irish law Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland (Eire) > Legal aid > General works > KDK145 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): Thom?is U? Chathasaigh [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Civilization, Dublin, Faculty of Celtic Studies-University College, General works, Ireland, Ireland (Eire), KDK145, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Legal aid, Táin bó Cúailnge and Thomáis Uí Chathasaigh.



The lawyer in history, literature, and humour

The lawyer in history, literature, and humour The lawyer in history, literature, and humour Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD460 Edition Details Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): William Andrews Language: English [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: England, England and Wales, Great Britain, KD460, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Lawyers, London-U.K, William Andrews and William Andrews & Co.



The letter of the law : legal practice and literary production in medieval England

The letter of the law : legal practice and literary production in medieval England Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > KD1514.D4 Edition Details Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Candace Barrington, Emily Steiner Language: [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Candace Barrington, Cornell University Press, Emily Steiner, England, England and Wales, English literature--Middle English, Ithaca-N.Y, KD1514.D4, Law and literature, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Law-Medieval and Practice of law.



There ought to be a law: a study of popular American attitudes toward “the law” in the 1920's.

There ought to be a law: a study of popular American attitudes toward "the law" in the 1920's. There ought to be a law: a study of popular American attitudes toward "the law" in the 1920's. There ought to be a law: a study of popular American attitudes toward "the law" in the [...]

Categories: su1. Tags: Archival Material, Constitution (United States), England and Wales, KD384, Law in literature, Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland, Prohibition, Sociological jurisprudence, United States and Works with Unknown Publisher in the 1960s.