Bibliografie

Introductory Law and Literature Bibliography Greta Olson & Jeanne Gaakeer

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Abraham,K.S.,`Statutory Interpretation and Literary Theory: some common concerns of an unlikely pair', 32 Rutgers Law Review, 1979, pp.676-694. 

Abramson,E.M., `Law, Humanities, and the Hinterlands', 30 Journal of Legal Education,1979, pp.27-42.

Adler,J.S.,`Billy Budd and Melville's Philosophy of War', 91 PMLA, 1976, pp.266-278, also in: R. Milder (ed.) Critical Essays on Melville's Billy Budd, Boston, 1989.

Alber,J.,

'Das Gefängnis im Hollywoodfilm: Strafvollzug zwischen Fiktion und Realität.' Zeitschrift für Strafvollzug und Straffälligenhilfe (2003) 52.1, pp.31-40.

'Bodies Behind Bars: The Disciplining of the Prisoner's Body in British and American Prison Movies.', in: In the Grip of the Law: Prisons, Trials and the Space Between. Ed. Monika Fludernik und Greta Olson. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2004, pp. 241-69.

Allen,A.,`The Jurisprudence of Jane Eyre', 15 Harvard Women's Law Journal, 1992, pp.178-183.

Alscher,P., `I would be friends with you': staging directions for a balanced resolution to The Merchant of Venice trial scene', 5 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 1993, pp.1-33.

Anon.,  ‘Being Atticus Finch: the professional role of empathy in To Kill a Mockingbird’, 117 5, Harvard Law Review, 2004, pp1682-702.

Améry, J., Jenseits von Schuld und Sühne: Überwältigungsversuche eines Überwältigen. München: Szcesny, 1966.

Amussen, S. Dwyer, 'Punishment, Discipline, and Power: The Social Meanings of Violence in Early Modern England.' Journal of British Studies 34, No. 1 (January 1995): 1-34.

Aristodemou,M.,

`Studies in Law and Literature: Directions and Concerns', 22 Anglo-American Law Review, 1993, pp.157-193.

Law and Literature, journeys from Her to eternity, Oxford, 2000.

Armstrong,W.P.,`What Do The Justices Read? Books of Interest to Supreme Court Members', 35 American Bar Association Journal, 1949, pp.295-298.

Ashe,M.,`The `Bad Mother' in Law and Literature: A Problem of Representation', 43 Hastings Law Review, 1992, pp.1017-1037.

Axelrod,A.,`Law and the Humanities: Notes from the Underground', 29 Rutgers Law Review, 1976, pp.228-236.  

Ayer,J.D.,

`Law, Literature, and the Conversation of Mankind', 4 Cardozo Arts and Entertainment, 1985, pp.261-276.

`The Very Idea of Law and Literature', 85 Michigan Law Review, 1987, pp.895-913. `Aliens are coming! Drain the Pool', 88 Michigan Law Review, 1990, pp.1584-1613.

 

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Baer, S., 'Verfassung und Geschlecht: Anmerkungen zu einem geschlechtssensiblen deliberativen Konstitutionalismus.', in: Demokratie & Geschlecht (Interdisziplinäres Symposium zum 150jährigen Jubiläum des Schweizerischen Bundesstaates. Ed. Birgit Christensen. Zürich: Chronos 1999, pp.101–122.

Balkin, J.M., `Deconstructive Practice and Legal Theory', 96 Yale Law Journal, 1987, pp.743-786.

Balkin, J.M., and S. Levinson, ‘ Law and the Humanities: An Uneasy Relationship’, 18 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, nr.2, 2006,pp. 155-186.

Ball, M. S.,

 “All the Law's a Stage.” Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 11.2 (1999): 215-21. `Confessions', 1 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 1989, pp.185-197.

Bander,E.J., `Some Legal Fictions: Woe Unto You, Novelists', 45 American Bar Association Journal, 1959, pp.925-927.

Baron,J.B., `Intention, Interpretation, and Stories’, 42 Duke Law Journal, 1992, pp.630-678.

Baron,J.B. and Epstein,J. `Is Law Narrative?’, 45 Buffalo Law Review, 1997, pp.141-187.

Beier, A.L., 'New Historicism, Historical, Context, and the Literature of Roguery: The Case of Thomas Harman Reopened.', in: Rogues and Early Modern English Culture. Eds. Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz. Ann Arbor, MI: U Michigan P, 2004. 98-119.

Bell, D., “The Power of Narrative.” Legal Studies Forum 23.3 (1999): 315-48. or Law in Popular Culture Collection – E-texts. 10 November 2003..

Bell, I., Literature and Crime in Augustan England. London: Routledge, 1991.

Bender, J., Imagining the Penitentiary: Fiction and the Architecture of Mind in Eighteenth-Century England. Chicago, IL and London: Chicago UP, 1987.

Bergh, G.C.J.J. van den,  `Jacob Israel de Haan's Legal Significs', IX International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 81 (1996).

Biet, C., ‘L’empire du droit, les jeux de la littérature’, Europe, April 2002, pp.7-22.

Binder, G., and Robert Weisberg. Literary Criticisms of Law. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2000.

Birkett,N.,`Law and Literature: The Equipment of the Lawyer', 36 American Bar Association Journal, 1950, pp.891-894 en 946-947.

Bishin,W.R.,`Law, Language and Ethics', 35 Southern California Law Review, 1965, pp.499-502.      

Blakemore,S., Blake and the Fall of Language, the French Revolution as a linguistic event, Hanover, 1988.

Böker, U. and Ch. Houswitschka eds. Literatur, Kriminalität und Rechtskultur im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert. Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 1996.

Böker, U. and J. A. Hibbard, eds. Sites of Discourse – Public and Private Spheres – Legal Culture. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2002.

Böker, U. and J. A. Hibbard, eds. Processes of Institutionalisation: Case Studies in Law, Prison and Censorship. Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 2001.

Böker, U., R. Corballis and J. A. Hibbard, eds. The Importance of Reinventing Oscar: Versions of Wilde during the Last 100 Years. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2002.

Borowitz,A.I., `M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense', 55 American Bar Association Journal, 1969, pp.932-937.

Botein,S.,`Cicero as Role Model for Early American Lawyers: A Case Study in Classical `Influence'', 73 The Classical Journal, 1977, pp.313-321.

Brest,P.,

`The Misconceived Quest for Original Understanding', 60 Boston University Law Review, 1980, pp.204-238.

`Interpretation and Interest', 34 Stanford Law Review, 1982, pp.765-773.

Brombert, V., The Romantic Prison. The French Tradition [La prison romantique. Essai sur l'imaginaire. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 1978.

Brooks, P. and P. Grewitz, eds. Law’s Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in the Law. New Haven: Yale UP, 1996.

Brooks,P., ‘Narrative Transactions – Does the Law Need a Narratology?’ , 18 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, nr.1, 2006, pp.1-28.

Buffard, S., Le froid pénitentiaire. L'impossible réforme des prisons. Paris: Seuil, 1973.

 

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Campbell,J., Shakespeare's Legal Acquirements, New York, 1859.

Canavan,M., ‘Using literature to teach legal writing’, 23 QLR, 2004, pp.1-22.

Carpi, D.,

Shakespeare and the Law, Ravenna, Longo, 2003.

Property Law in Renaissance Literature, Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2005.

'King John o della proliferazione della parola', in: King John, Dal Testo alla Scena, edited by Mariangela Tempera, Clueb, Bologna, 1993. (“King John and the proliferation of the word).

'L'atto dell'interpretazione in The Merchant of Venice', in: The Merchant of Venice, dal testo alla scena, edited by Mariangela Tempera, Clueb, Bologna, 1994. (The act of interpretation in The Merchant of Venice).

'Legge e sua sovversione in Romeo and Juliet", in: Rileggere/Re-Reading Romeo and Juliet, edited by Angelo Righetti, Collana Saggi e Testi del Dipartimento di Anglistica dell’Università di Verona, 1999. (Law and subversion of the law in Romeo and Juliet). 'Borghesi e Mercanti: la nuova società capitalistica in The Merchant of Venice' in: Strumenti Critici,  n.27,  settembre 2001. (Anticipations of capitalism in The Merchant of Venice). 'Hermes: God of Thieves. Plagiarism in Twentieth Century literature', Law and Critique, 111, 2003.

'Validità/invalidità del contratto in Doctor Faustus di Christopher Marlowe', in: AAVV.. Variis Linguis, a special number of the journal Quaderni della Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell’Università di Verona, maggio 2004  (pp. 119-127)

(Validity/Invalidity of the contract in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus).

'A Just and Open trial: The Trial Based on Circumstantial Evidence in The Winter’s Tale', in: M.Tempera e P. Kennan eds., International Shakespeare: The Comedies, Clueb, Bologna, 2004.

'Law, Discretion, Equity in The Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure',  Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 20, n.1, 2005, pp. 101-113.

Carta, P., ‘Humanisme juridique due XXe siècle’, Laboratoire Italien, nr.5, 2004, pp.13-37.

Cardozo, B. N., 'Law and Literature', in: Selected Writings of Benjamin Nathan Cardozo. Ed. Margaret Hall. New York: Fallon, 1947 [1925].

Carlson,D.G., Cornell,D.e and Rosenfeld,M. (eds) Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice, New York, 1992.

Cau,M., and Marchetto,G., ‘Droit et littérature’, Laboratoire Italien, nr.5, 2004, pp.7-12.

Chafee,Z.,`The Disorderly Conduct of Words', 42 Columbia Law Review, 1941, pp.381404.

Chafee,Z. and Maguire,J.M.,`A List of Readings for Prospective Law Students', 58 Harvard Law Review, 1945, pp.589-604.

Cohen,M.L.,`Thomas Jefferson recommends a course of law study', 119 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1971, pp.823-844.

Cohen,J.Maslow, `The Arrival of the Bee Box: Feminism, Law, and Literature', 13 Harvard Women's Law Journal, 1990, pp.345-361.

Conter,D.`, Eagleton, Judge Posner and Shylock v. Antonio', 35 McGill Law Journal, 1990, pp.905-920.

Conley, J. M. and W.M. O’Barr. Just words: Law, Language and Power. Chicago and London: U. of Chicago P, 1998. 

Cornell,D.,`Time, Deconstruction, and the Challenge to Legal Positivism: the call for judicial responsibility', 2 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 1990, pp.267-297.

Cotterill, J., Language and Power in Court: A Linguistic Analysis of the O. J. Simpson Trial. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2003.

Couch,H.,`Law and Literature: A Comment', 17 Vanderbilt Law Review, 1964, pp.911-916.

Cover, R. M., "Violence and the World." Yale Law Journal 95 (1986): 1601-1629, also in: Narrative, Violence, and the Law: The Essays of Robert Cover. Ann Arbor: U Michigan Press, 1992. 203-238.

Crane,G.D., `The Path of Law and Literature', American Literary History, 758 (1997).

Culver, S., ‘Agency and the Language of the Novel’, 15 2, Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities, 2003, pp81-123.

Cunningham,C.,

`A Tale of Two Clients: Thinking about Law as Language', 87 Michigan Law Review, 1989, pp.2459-2494.  

`The Lawyer as Translator, representation as text: towards an ethnography of legal discourse', 77 Cornell Law Review, 1992, pp.1298-1387.

Curtis,Ch.,`A Better Theory of Legal Interpretation', 3 Vanderbilt Law Review, 1950, pp.407-437.

 

D


Damaska, M.R., The Faces of Justice and State Authority. New Haven: Yale UP, 1991.

Dellapenna,J.W. and Farrell,K.,`Law and the Language of Community: on the Contributions of James Boyd White', 21 Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991, pp.38-58.

Davenport,W.H.,

`A Course in Literature for Law Students', 6 Journal of Legal Education, 1954, pp.569-573.  `Preliminary Bibliography', 29 California State Bar Journal, 1954, p.115.

`A Bibliography: Readings in Legal Literature', 41 American Bar Association Journal, 1955, pp.939-943.

`Readings in Legal Literature: A Bibliographical Supplement', 43 American Bar Association Journal, 1957, pp.813-815.

`Readings in Legal Literature: A Further Bibliographical Supplement', 43 American Bar Association Journal, 1957, p.1018.

`Law and Literature Once Again', 50 Law Library Journal, 1957, pp.396-403.

Denvir, J.,  "Law, Lawyers, Film & Television." Law and Popular Culture. – E-texts. 2000 [1997]. 10 November 2003. <http://www.law.utexas.edu/lpop/etext/lsf /denvir24.htm>
D'Errico,P., `Humanistic Legal Studies at the University of Massachusetts', 28 Journal of Legal Education, 1976, pp.18-39.
Derrida, J., 

'Before the Law', in: Acts of Literature. Ed. Derek Attridge. London: Routledge, 1992. 181220.

'Force of Law: The ‘Mystical Foundation of Authority’.', Cardozo Law Review 11 (1990): 920-1045.

Desai, G., F. Smith, and S. Nair, 'Introduction: Law, Literature, and Ethnic Subjects.' Melus 28 (Spring 2003): 3–16.

Desan Husson,Ch.A., `Expanding the Legal Vocabulary: the Challenge Posed by the Deconstruction and Defense of Law', 95 Yale Law Journal, 1986, pp.969-991.

Dimock, Wai Chee.  

Residues of Justice. Berkeley, CA: California UP, 1996.

'Criminal Law, Female Virtue, and the Rise of Liberalism.',  Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 4 (1992): 209-47.

Dionne, C. and S.Mentz, 'Introduction: Rogues and Early Modern English Culture.', in: Rogues and Early Modern English Culture. Ed. Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz. Ann Arbor, MI: U Michigan P, 2004. 1-29.

Dionne, C., 'Fashioning Outlaws: The Early Modern Rogue and Urban Culture.', in  : Rogues and Early Modern English Culture. Ed. Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz. Ann Arbor, MI: U Michigan P, 2004. 33-61.

Dolin, K., Fiction and the Law: Legal Discourse in Victorian and Modernist Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1999.

Domnarski,W.`Charting a Desirable Course with Billy Budd', 34 Journal of Legal Education, 1984, pp.702-713.

Dorocak, J.R. & Purvis S.E.C., ‘Using Fiction in Courses: Why Not Admit It?’, 16 1, Law and Literature, 2004, pp65-91.

Douzinas, C. and A.Gearey, Critical Jurisprudence: The Political Philosophy of Justice. Oxford, Portland, OR: Hart, 2005.

Douzinas, C. and R. Warrington. Justice Miscarried: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Law. Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1994.

Douzinas, C. and R. Warrington. Postmodern Jurisprudence: The Law of Text in the Texts of Law. London/ New York: Taylor and Francis Books, 1991.

Douzinas, C., P. Goodrich and Y. Hachamovitch, eds. 'Introduction: Politics, Ethics and the Legality of the Contingent.', in: Politics, Postmodernity and Critical Legal Studies. London and New York: Routledge, 1994.  1-31.

Douzinas, C.,“Oubliez Critique.” Law and Critique 16 (2005): 47-69.

The End of Human Rights. Oxford: Hart, 2000.

Duncan, G.M., Romantic Outlaws, Beloved Prisons. The Unconscious Meanings of Crime and Punishment. New York: New York UP, 1996.

Dunlop,C.R.B.,

`Law and Justice in Dreiser's An American Tragedy', 6 University of British Columbia Law Review, 1971, pp.379-403.

`Literature Studies in Law Schools', 3 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 1991, pp.63-110.

Dworkin,R.,`Law as Interpretation', in: W.J.T. Mitchell (ed.) The Politics of Interpretation, Chicago, 1982, pp.249-270.

`How Law is Like Literature', in: A Matter of Principle, Cambridge (Mass.), 1985, pp.146-166.

 

E

Eberle, P.J., 'Crime and Justice in the Middle Ages: Cases from the Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer.', in: Rough Justice: Essays on Crime in Literature. Ed. M. L. Friedland. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991. 

Edney, R., ‘Literary Concepts and the Plea in Mitigation’, 9 1, Deakin Law Review, 2004, pp183-95.

Eisele,Th.D., `The Legal Imagination and Language: a Philosophical Criticism', 47 University of Colorado Law Review, 1976, pp.363-420.

`Wittgenstein's Instructive Narratives', 40 Journal of Legal Education, 1990, pp.77-95.

 

Elkins,J.R., `On the Emergence of Narrative Jurisprudence: The Humanistic Perspective Finds a Path', IX Legal Studies Forum, 1985, pp.123-156. 

`The Stories We Tell Ourselves in Law', 40 Journal of Legal Education, 1990, pp.47-66. `A Bibliography of Narrative', 40 Journal of Legal Education, 1990, pp.203-250.

 

Ellinghausen, L., 'Black Acts: Textual Labor and Commercial Deceit in Dekkers's Lantern and Candlelight. ', in: Rogues and Early Modern English Culture. Ed. Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz. Ann Arbor, MI: U Michigan P, 2004. 294-311.

 

Erickson,P.D.,The Poetry of Events, Daniel Webster's Rhetoric of the Constitution and the Union, New York, 1986.

 

Eure,J.B.,`Shakespeare and the legal process: four  essays', 61 Virginia Law Review, 1975, pp.390-433.

 

F

 

Faller, L. B., Crime and Defoe: A New Kind of Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.

 

Ferguson,R.A., 

Law and Letters in American Culture, Cambridge (Mass.), 1984.

`We Do Ordain and Establish: The Constitution as Literary Text', 29 William and Mary Review, 1987, pp.3-35.

`The Judicial Opinion as Literary Genre', 2 Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 1990, pp.210-220.

 

Fischer,J.,`Reading Literature/Reading Law: Is There A Literary Jurisprudence', 72 Texas Law Review, 1993, pp.135-160.

 

Fish,S., Is There A Text In This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities, Cambridge (Mass.), 1980.

`Interpretation and the Pluralist Vision', 60 Texas Law Review, 1982, pp.495-505.

`Fiss v. Fish', 36 Stanford Law Review, 1983, pp.1325-1347. 

Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989.

 

Fiss,O., `Objectivity and Interpretation', 34 Stanford Law Review, 1982, pp.739-763.

 

Fleiner-Gerster,  'Wem Gott ein Amt Gibt, Gibt Er auch Verstand. Rechtsvergleichende Überlegungen zur Richterlichen Kontrolle der Verwaltung in der Common Law- und der Civil Law-Tradition.', in: L’image de l’homme en droit: mélanges. Ed. Paul-Henri Steinauer. Fribourg, Switzerland: Ed. Univ, 1990. 141-175.  

 

Flowers Braswell,M.,  Chaucer’s “legal fiction”: reading the records, Cranbury (N.J.), 2001.

 

Fludernik, M., 

'Carceral Topography: Spatiality and Liminality in the Literary Prison.', Textual Practice 13.1 (1999): 43-77.

"Literarische Funktionen von Kriminalität." Ed. Michael Walter, Hans-Jörg Albrecht and Harald Kania. Alltagsvorstellungen von Kriminalität. Münster: Lit, 2003.  

"'Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make': Rhetorical Strategies and Sentimentalism in the Representation of the Victorian Prison Experience." Captivating Subjects: Writing Confinement, Citizenship and Nationhood in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Julia Wright and Jason Haslam. Toronto: U of Toronto P, (forthcoming).

"The Prison as World – The World as Prison: Theoretical and Historical Aspects of two Recurrent Topoi." Symbolism 3 (2003): 145-90.

 

Foucault, M.,  

Discipline and Punish. The Birth of the Prison. New York: Vintage, 1979 [1975].

The Order Of Things: An Archeology of the Human Sciences. New York: Vintage, 1970 [1966].

 

Frank,J.,`The speech of judges: a dissenting opinion', 29 Virgina Law Review, 1943, pp.625641.

 

Freeman,J.,`Constitutive Rhetoric: Law as a Literary Activity', 14 Harvard Women's Law Journal, 1991, pp.305-325.

 

Freeman,M. and A. Lewis, (eds) Law and Literature, Oxford, 1999.

 

Friedman, L. M. , The Legal System: A Social Perspective. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1975.

 

Fumerton, P., “London's Vagrant Economy: Making Space for ‘Low’ Subjectivity.” Material London, ca. 1600. Ed. Lena Cowen Orlin. Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P. 206-225.

 

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Garver,E.,`He Does the Police in Different Voices: James B. White on the Rhetoric of Criminal Law', 21 Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 1991, pp.1-10.

 

Gaakeer,J.,

Hopes springs eternal, an introduction to the work of James Boyd White (University of Michigan, 1998).

Three annotations of law-literature, in: Gemmette, E. Villiers (ed.)  Law in Literature: an annotated bibliography of Law-related Works, Troy (New York), 1998, pp.86-88, 129-130, 260-261. 

‘Translation and Judicial Ethos' in Law and Literature, Current Legal Issues 2 (1999); 

'"Batter my Heart", on the three disciplined search for meaning' in Law and Religion, Current Legal Issues 4 (Oxford University Press, 2001). 

`Literary-legal Remedies, an account of Law and Literature in practice' in Bar-Ilan Law Studies 18, no.1-2 (Bar-Ilan University Press, 2002). 

‘Strange Matters, Macbeth and Dutch criminology’ in Shakespeare Yearbook 15 (Edwin Mellen Press, 2005).

‘The art to find the mind’s construction in the face’: Lombroso’s criminal anthropology and literature: the example of Zola, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy’ 26, no. 6 Cardozo Law Review (2005). 

'Why am I here? Some observations on medical triage in Pat Barker's Regeneration' in Science, Fiction, and Science-Fiction - The role of fiction in public debates on medical ethical issues and in the medical education (Overveen, 2006). 

‘Interview with James Boyd White’, Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy and Jurisprudence (nr.2, 2006), pp.119-133. 

 

Gaskill, M., 

"Reporting murder: fiction in the archives in early modern England." Social History 23, No.1 (January 1998): 1-30.

Crime and Mentalities in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000.

Crime and Mentalities in Early Modern England. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000.

 

Gearey, A., 

“Tell All the Truth, but tell it Slant’: A Poetics of Truth and Reconciliation.” Law and Literature.

Ed. Patrick Hanafin, Adam Gearey, and Joseph Brooker. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. 38-59. Law and Aesthetics. Oxford and Portland, OR: Hart Publishing, 2001.

 

Gemmette,E. Villiers (ed.) Law in Literature, legal themes in drama, Troy (New York), 1995.

Law in Literature, legal themes in short stories, Troy (New York), 1995.

Law in Literature, legal themes in novellas, Troy (New York), 1996.

Law in Literature, an annotated bibliography of law-related works, Troy (New York), 1998.

 

Gerhart,E.C.,`Improving Our Legal Writing: Maxims from the Masters', 40 American Bar Association Journal, 1954, pp.1057-1060.

 

Gerwitz, P., “Narrative and Rhetoric in Law.” Law’s Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in Law. Ed. Peter Brooks and Paul Gerwitz. New Haven: Yale UP, 1996.

 

Geyer-Ryan, H., “Recht, Literatur und Dekonstruktion.” Nach der Aufklärung? Beiträge zum Diskurs der Kulturwissenschaften. Ed. Wolfgang Klein, Waltraud Naumann-Beyer. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1995. 247–261.

 

Gibbons, J., Forensic Linguistics: An Introduction to Language in the Justice System. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.

 

Gibson, A., Postmodernity, Ethics and the Novel: From Leavis to Levinas. London and New York: Routledge, 1999. 

 

Gibson,W.,`Literary Minds and Judicial Style', 36 New York University Law Review, 1961, pp.915-930.

 

Giovanopoulos, A-C., 

"The legal status of children in eighteenth-century England." In Fashioning Childhood in the Eighteenth Century: Age and Identity. Ed. Anja Müller. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 43-52, 2006. "'Assuming an Arbitrary and Illegal Power'? Die Impeachmentprozesse gegen Lord Somers

(1701) und Lord Oxford (1715)." In Institutionelle Macht: Genese – Verstetigung – Verlust. Hg. im Auftrag des Sonderforschungsbeeichs 537 von André Brodosz, Christoph Oliver Mayer, Rene Pfeilschifter und Beatrix Weber. Köln: Böhlau,2005, pp. 383-399. (Title:

"'Assuming an Arbitrary and Illegal Power'? The Impeachments of Lord Somers (1701) and

Lord Oxford (1715)."

"Captain Kidd and the King: Piracy and Politics in Restoration England." In In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons and the Space Between. Ed. Monika Fludernik and Greta Olson. Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 2004,  pp.3-22.

"Alsatian Eccentricities: An Initial Appraisal." In Sites of Discourse – Public and Private Spheres – Legal Culture: Papers from a Conference Held at the Technical University of Dresden, December 2001. Ed. Uwe Böker, Richard Corballis and Julie A. Hibbard.

Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002, pp.179-197.

"'This day is to be hanged the greatest rogue in England': Robert Walpole und Jonathan Wild." In Dauer durch Wandel: Institutionelle Ordnungen zwischen Verstetigung und Transformation. Hg. Stefan Müller, Gary Schaal und Claudia Tiersch. Cologne/Weimar: Böhlau, 2002, pp.191-209.

 "The 'Bloody Register': Representations of Violence in Eighteenth-Century England." In The Aesthetics and Pragmatics of Violence, Passau, March 15-17, 2001. Ed. Michael Hensen and Annette Pankratz. Passau: Stutz, 2001, pp.67-79. 

 

Gladfelder, H., "Criminal Trials and Narrative Realism, 1650-1750." Prose Studies 20.3 (1997): 21-48.

 

Goodman,N.,Shifting the blame: literature, law, and the theory of accidents in nineteenthcentury America, Princeton, 1998.

 

Goodrich, P., "Jani Anglorum: Signs, Symptoms, Slips and Interpretation in Law." Politics, Postmodernity and Critical Legal Studies. London and New York: Routledge, 1994. 107-44.  Languages of Law: From Logics of Memory to Nomadic Masks. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1990.

Law and the Unconscious: A Legendre Reader. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1997.

Law in the Courts of Love: Literature and Other Minor Jurisprudences: Politics of Language. London: Routledge, 1996.

Legal Discourse: Studies in Linguistics, Rhetoric and Legal Analysis. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1987.

Oedipus Lex: Psychoanalysis, History, Law. University of California Press: Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 1995. 

 

Gordon,D.,`Jug, Jug to Dirty Ears: Maryland v. Craig through a literary lens', 66 New York University Law Review, 1991, pp.1404-1455.

 

Greenblatt, S., "Invisible Bullets: Renaissance Authority and its Subversion, Henry IV and Henry V." 1985. New Historicism and Renaissance Drama. London: Longman, 1992. 83-108.

 

Grey, Th. C., 

The Wallace Stevens Case: Law and the Practice of Poetry. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1991.

`The Constitution as Scripture', 37 Stanford Law Review, 1984, pp.1-25.

 

Griffiths, P., "Introduction." Penal Practice and Culture, 1500-1900: Punishing the English. Ed. Simon Devereaux and Paul Griffiths. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. 1-35.

 

Grimm, J., [1816] Von der Poesie im Recht. Darmstadt: Hermann Genter, 1957.  

 

Grossman, J., The Art of Alibi: English Law Courts and the Novel. Baltimore, MD and London: Johns Hopkins UP, 2002.

H

Hand,Learned J.,`Sources of Tolerance', 79 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1930, pp.1-14.

 

Harrison,M., `A Time of `Passionate Learning': Using Feminism, Law, and Literature to Create a Learning Community', 60 Tennessee Law Review, 1993, pp.393-427.

 

Heald,P.J.  (ed.),  Literature and Legal Problem Solving, Durham, 1998.

 

Hellyer,D., `Law Books and Literature', 33 Law Library Journal, 1940, pp.67-69.

 

Halio,J.,`Portia: Shakespeare's Matlock', 5 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, 1993, pp.57-64.

 

Hallinan, J. T., Going up the River: Travels in a Prison Nation. New York: Random House, 2001.

 

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