- Law & Literature, volume 6
- Machine generated contents note: Introduction 1: The Sublime of Law / Daniela Carpi -- Introduction 2: On the Threshold and Beyond: An Introductory Observation / Jeanne Gaakeer -- Representing Law: Narrative Practices, Poetic Devices, Visual Signs and the Aesthetics of the Common Law Mind / Cristina Costantini -- Bare Law Between Two Lives: José Saramago and Cornelia Vismann on Naming, Filing and Cancelling / Maria Aristodemou -- Liminal Tensions in Public to Private Conceptions of Justice: Nussbaum, Woolf and the Struggle for Identity / Melanie Williams -- "Under the Force of the Law": Communal Imagination and the Constitutional Sublime in Walter Scott's The Bride of Lammermoor / Julián Jiménez Heffernan -- Moll Flanders, Ordinary's Accounts and Old Bailey Proceedings / Jeanne Clegg -- Ariel and Caliban as Law-conscious Servants Longing for Legal Personhood / Sidia Fiorato -- Altered Bodies, Fragmented Selves: Reconstructing the Subject in Fay Weldon's The Cloning of Joanna May / Laura Apostoli -- The Business of Law and Literature: to Compose an Order, to Imagine Man / Jeanne Gaakeer.
- 9783110301069 (alk. paper)
3110301067 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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