silviacolasanti.it
» » Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature

Download Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature fb2, epub

by Kieran Dolin

Download Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature fb2, epub

ISBN: 0521100313
Author: Kieran Dolin
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 18, 2009)
Pages: 244
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 168
Size Fb2: 1452 kb
Size ePub: 1102 kb
Size Djvu: 1893 kb
Other formats: azw txt mbr azw


His study draws on legal and literary theory to trace this important convergence of disciplines in a series of canonical Victorian and Modernist texts.

His study draws on legal and literary theory to trace this important convergence of disciplines in a series of canonical Victorian and Modernist texts. Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourses in Victorian and Modernist Literature. Cambridge University Press.

Utilising legal and literary theory, Kieran Dolin examines the interplay between legal discourse and the novel in the century between Walter Scott and E. M. Forster

Utilising legal and literary theory, Kieran Dolin examines the interplay between legal discourse and the novel in the century between Walter Scott and E. Forster. This comprehensive study draws on legal and literary theory to trace this important convergence of disciplines in a series of canonical Victorian and Modernist texts.

Law and literature have been two of the most powerful discourses in the construction of social reality. The relationship between the two has emerged as a vital area of study, as literary representation has proved immensely influential in framing popular understanding of law. In Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature Kieran Dolin examines the dialectical interplay between legal discourse and the novel in the century between Walter Scott and E. Forster, the period when the institution of the law was undergoing radical reform and the novel.

law-Billy Budd, Sailor - . rom sympathetic criminal to imperial law-giver-Lord Fim - . reedom, uncertainty and diversity - the critique of imperialist law in A passage to India - . ettling out of court. Subject: ინგლისური მოთხრობები ისტორია და კრიტიკა. Legal stories, English History and criticism. ნგლისური მხატვრული ლიტერატურა მე-19-ე საუკუნე ისტორია და კრიტიკა. English fiction 19th century History and criticism.

LITERATURE Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature, by Kieran Dolin.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. These are fundamental to his chosen texts, as is society’s developing interest in the ‘sympathetic criminal’ in literature, influenced by and in turn influencing new trends in psychology and criminology.

Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature. Lines of Equity: Literature and the Origins of Law in Later Stuart England. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2008. von Kleist, Heinrich (Frances H. King, t. Michael Kohlhaas. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1999. A Critical Introduction to Law and Literature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007. The Brothers Karamazov. New York: Bantam Books, 1970 (1880). Dürrenmatt, Friedrich (Joel Agee, tr. and Theodore Ziolkowski, e. Friedrich Dürrenmatt: Selected Writings, Volume 2: Fictions.

legal discourse in Victorian and modernist literature. Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-228) and index. Published 1999 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York, NY. Written in English.

Law and literature have been two of the most powerful discourses in the construction of social reality. The relationship between the two has emerged as a vital new area of study, as literature has influenced popular understanding of law. Utilizing legal and literary theory, Kieran Dolin examines the interplay between legal discourse and the novel in the century between Walter Scott and E. M. Forster. This comprehensive study draws on legal and literary theory to trace this important convergence of disciplines in a series of canonical Victorian and Modernist texts.

Related to Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature

Download Islamic Law and Legal Theory (International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory) fb2, epub

Islamic Law and Legal Theory (International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory) fb2 epub

Author: Ian Edge
Category: Churches & Church Leadership
ISBN: 1855211408
Download Psychoanalysis,Psychiatry and Modernist Literature fb2, epub

Psychoanalysis,Psychiatry and Modernist Literature fb2 epub

Author: K. Valentine
Category: History & Criticism
ISBN: 1403900612
Download Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy (Victorian Literature and Culture) fb2, epub

Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy (Victorian Literature and Culture) fb2 epub

Author: Christine L. Krueger
Category: History & Criticism
ISBN: 0813928931
Download Feminist Legal Theory (2 Volumes) fb2, epub

Feminist Legal Theory (2 Volumes) fb2 epub

Author: Frances E. Olsen
Category: Law Practice
ISBN: 0814761844
Download Interpretation and Legal Theory (Clarendon Law Series) fb2, epub

Interpretation and Legal Theory (Clarendon Law Series) fb2 epub

Author: Andrei Marmor
Category: Humanities
ISBN: 0198256914