LAWYERS OF DICKENS AND THEIR CLERKS
Item #: 8541
Pages: 67 pp.
Published: Hanover; Christopher Publishing House; 1936. Reprinted in 2002.
Subjects: BIOGRAPHY/WRITINGS ON LEGAL MINDS, LEGAL PROFESSION
In this delightful and humourous book Neely takes a look atthe satire and irony in Dickens' work as shown in hisderisive characterization of solicitors, barristers, judgesand clerks. He gives us Jaggers, the criminal lawyer whonotifies Pip of his "great expectations," Stryver, theunscrupulous trial lawyer in A Tale of Two Cities, and manyothers. Lovers of Dickens and anyone acquainted with thelaw will find this to be an entertaining read....Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New YorkUniversity (1953) 1143.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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