LAWYER IN LITERATURE
Gest, John Marshall
Item #: 8518
Pages: xii, 249 pp.
Published: Hampshire; Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.; 1913. Reprinted in 1999.
An elegant discourse on the law and lawyers found inDickens, Balzac, Scott, Coke and others. A fascinatingsection examines the historical method of the study of lawas illustrated by the law of Master and Servant. With aninteresting preface by Wigmore which expounds onliterature's practical value to lawyers. By the author ofthe highly regarded The Old Yellow Book, which examinedBrowning's poem, The Right and the Book, and the actualfacts of the case and the legal arguments offered.Marke 1142.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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