SHAKESPEARE AS A LAWYER
Item #: 12537
Pages: 119 pp.
Published: Boston; Little, Brown & Co.; 1883. Reprinted in 1987.
Series: POETRY AND THE LAW
Subjects: HUMANITIES & THE LAW, LEGAL HISTORY
Before this work, the notes of critics and commentatorsupon Shakespeare were singularly meager in pointing out andexplaining his references to the technical science of law,even though room for such reference is abundant. Whileselecting passages and criticisms, the author makes constantuse of the various editions of Shakespeare and draws outthe important information from the wealth of existingmaterial.
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