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Bibliography on Shakespeare and the Law [.pdf]: Compiled by Pierre-Olivier Savoie, Fall 2003

Shakespeare and the Law

For Fall 2003 Shakespeare Moot

Compiled by Pierre-Olivier Savoie

MONOGRAPHS

Anderson, Linda. A Kind of Wild Justice: Revenge in Shakespeare’s Comedies, (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 1987).

Andrews, Mark Edwin. Law versus Equity in The Merchant of Venice, (Boulder, Co.: University of Colorado Press, 1972). PR 2825 A72 1965 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Aristodemou, Maria. Law and Literature: Journeys from Her [sic] to Eternity, (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000).

Andrew, Edward. Shylock's Rights: A Grammar of Lockian Claims, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988). B1297 A64 1988 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Barton, Anne. “‘Wrying But a Little': Marriage, Law, and Sexuality in the Plays of Shakespeare,” in Essays, Mainly Shakespearean, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994). PR2976 B34 1994 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Bates, Catherine. “Love and Courtship” in Alexander Leggat, ed., Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), 102-22. PR2981 C36 2002 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Boris, Edna Zwick. Shakespeare's English Kings, the People, and the Law: A Study in the Relationship between the Tudor Constitution and the English History Plays, (Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1978). PR 2982 B6 1978 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Burt, Richard. Unspeakable Shaxxxspeares, (New-York: Saint-Martin’s Press, 1998). “The Love That Dare Not Speak Shakespeare’s Name : New Shakesqueer Cinema” 29-76.

Carroll, William. “‘The Form of Law’: Ritual and Succession in Richard III” in Linda Woodbridge & Edward Berry, eds., True Rites and Maimed Rites: Ritual and Anti-Ritual in Shakespeare and His Age, (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1992), 203-19. PR3069 R55 T78 1992 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Cerasano, S. P. “Half a Dozen Dangerous Words” in Gloriana's Face: Women, Public and Private, in the English Renaissance, (Hertfordshire: Harvester, 1992), 167-83. HQ1149 G7 G56 1992 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Charney, Maurice. Shakespeare on Love and Lust, (New-York: Columbia University Press, 2000). PR 3069 L6 C48 2000.

Chedgzoy, Kate. Shakespeare’s queer children: Sexual politics and contemporary culture, (New-York: Manchester University Press, 1995).

Clarkson, Paul S. & Warren, Clyde T. The Law of Property in Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Drama, Reprint Ed. (New-York: Gordian Press, 1968). PR658 P7 C5 1968 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Creaser, John. “Forms of confusion” in Alexander Leggatt, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, (New-York: Cambridge University Press, 2002) 81-101 PR 2981 C36 2002 McLennan.

Crewe, Jonathan. “In the Field of Dreams: Transvestism in Twelfth Night and The Crying Game” Stephen Orgel & Sean Keilen, eds. Shakespeare and Gender, (New-York: Garland Publishing, Inc.: 1999) 183-203. PR3069 S45 S52 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Danby, John F. Shakespeare’s Doctrine of Nature: A Study of ‘King Lear’ (London, 1949). PR2819 D33 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Davis, Cushman K. The Law in Shakespeare, 2nd ed. (St. Paul, Minn.: 1884). PR3028 D3 1884 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

DiGangi, Mario. “Queering the Shakespearean Family” in Stephen Orgel & Sean Keilen, eds. Shakespeare and Gender, (New-York: Garland Publishing, Inc.: 1999) 67-88. PR3069 S45 S52 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Dollimore, Jonathan. Sexual Dissidence: Augustine to Wilde, Freud to Foucault, (Oxford: Clarendon, 1991). HQ71 D49 1991 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Elton, William R. Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and the Inns of Court Revels (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000). PR2836 E48 2000 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Gless, Daryl J. Measure for Measure, the Law, and the Convent, (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1979). PR2824 G5 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Goldberg, Jonathan. “‘Play the Sodomits, or Worse’: The Elizabethan Theater: Desiring Hal” in Sodometries: Renaissance Texts, Modern Sexualities, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1992) 145-178. PR 428 H66G6 1992 McLennan.

Greene, Jody. ““You Must Eat Men”: The Sodomitic Economy of Renaissance Patronage” Stephen Orgel & Sean Keilen, eds. Shakespeare and Gender, (New-York: Garland Publishing, Inc.: 1999) 229-264. PR3069 S45 S52 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Greer, Germaine. “Love and the Law” in Frances McNeely Leonard, ed., Politics, Power, and Shakespeare, (Arlington: Texas Humanities Resource Center, 1981), 29-45.

Hamilton, Donna. Shakespeare and the Politics of Protestant England, (Hemel Hempstead, 1992). PR3017 H36 1992 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Hammond, Paul. Figuring Sex Between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002).

Hattaway, Michael. “Male sexuality and misogyny” in Alexander, Catherine M.S. & Stanley Wells, Shakespeare and Sexuality, (New-York: Cambridge University Press, 2001), 92-115.

* Hawley, William M. Shakespearean Tragedy and the Common Law: The Art of Punishment. New York: Lang, 1998. PR2983 H39 1998 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Hodgon, Barbara. “Sexual disguise and the theatre of gender” in Alexander Leggatt, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, (New-York: Cambridge University Press, 2002) 179-198. PR 2981 C36 2002 McLennan.

* Hopkins, Lisa. The Shakespearean Marriage: Merry Wives and Heavy Husbands, (New-York: Saint-Martin’s Press, 1998).

* Hutson, Lorna. “Not the King’s Two Bodies: Reading the “Body Politic” in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Parts I and 2” in Victoria Kahn & Lorna Hutson, eds., Rhetoric and Law in Early Modern Europe, (New-Have, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2001) 166.

---. “On Not Being Deceived: Rhetoric and the Body in Twelfth Night” Stephen Orgel & Sean Keilen, eds. Shakespeare and Gender, (New-York: Garland Publishing, Inc.: 1999) 148-182. PR3069 S45 S52 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

* von Ihering, Rudolf. The Struggle for Law, trans. J.J. Lalor, 2nd ed. (Chicago: 1915). Comment: pp. 86-8 discuss the trial of Shylock v. Antonio where Ihering argues justice was not done to Shylock. K 230 J5 K313 1997 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Jones, Ann. “Revenge Comedy: Writing, Law, and the Punishing Heroine in Twelfth Night” in Gillian Murray Kendall, ed., Shakespearean Power and Punishment: A Volume of Essays, (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson UP; London: Associated UPs, 1998) 23-38. PR3017 S575 1998 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Jordan, Constance. Shakespeare's Monarchies: Ruler and Subject in the Romances, (Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1997). PR2981.5 J67 1997 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Keeton, George W. Shakespeare and his Legal Problems. (London, 1930). PR 3028 K4 1987 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Kennedy, David. “Law’s Literature” in Marjorie Garber, Paul B. Franklin & Rebecca L. Walkowitz, eds., Field Work: Sites in Literary and Cultural Studies. (New York: Routledge, 1996) 207-13. PN81 F48 1996 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Kernan, Alvin B. Shakespeare, the King's Playwright: Theater in the Stuart Court, 1603-13, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995). PR3095 K47 1995 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Kinney, Arthur F. “Lexias of the Family” in Chapter 2 of Lies Like Truth: Shakespeare, Macbeth and the Cultural Moment, (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2001) 163- 173. PR2823 K56 2001 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Korda, Natasha. “‘Judicious Oeillades’: Supervising Marital Property in The Merry Wives of Windsor” in Jean E. Howard & Scott Cutler Shershow, eds., Marxist Shakespeares, (London: Routledge, 2001), 82-103. PR3024 M39 2001 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Kornstein, Daniel J. Kill All the Lawyers: Shakespeare's Legal Appeal, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994). PR3028 K67 1994 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

* Kubiak, Anthony. Stages of Terror: Terrorism, Ideology, and Coercion as Theatre History, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991). PN1650 T47 K8 1991 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Leggatt, Alexander. “Comedy and sex” in Alexander Leggatt, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, (New-York: Cambridge University Press, 2002) 139-155. PR 2981 C36 2002 McLennan.

* Levin, Joel. “Lear's Final Argument or More Sinned against than Sinning: Pride, Law, and Justice among the Ancients” in Roberta Kevelson, ed., The Eyes of Justice: Seventh Round Table on Law and Semiotics (New York: Lang, 1994) 203-16. K 213 R68 1993 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Marowitz, Charles. Recycling Shakespeare. New York: Applause, 1991. PR2965 M35 1991 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

MacKinnon, F.V. The Timeless Shakespeare (The Natural Law in Shakespeare), (Gloucester, Ont.: The Times of Gloucester Press, 1984). PR2976 M27 1985 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Marotti, Arthur F. “Shakespeare’s Sonnets as Literary Property” in E.D. Harvey and K.E. Maus, eds., Soliciting Interpretation: Literary Theory and Seventeenth-Century English Poetr, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990).

* McEachern, Claire. The Poetics of English Nationhood, 1590-1612, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996). PR428 P6 M34 1996 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Meader, William G. Courtship in Shakespeare, (New-York: Octagon Books, 1971). Chapter 5, Spousals, pp. 165-203.

* Mehl, Dieter. “Corruption, Retribution and Justice in Measure for Measure and The Revenger’s Tragedy” in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries: Essays in Comparison. Ed. E.A.J. Honigmann. (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1986). PR2976 S335 1986 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Merchant, W. Moelwyn. « Lawyer and Actor : Process of Law in Elizabethan Drama » English Studies Today. 3d series. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1964).

* Meron, Theodor, Bloody constraint : war and chivalry in Shakespeare, (New-York, Oxford University Press, 1998). PR3069 M5 M47 1998 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Miller, Anthony. “Matters of State” in Alexander Leggat, ed., Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2002) 198-214. PR2981 C36 2002 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

* Myrsiades, Kostas, and Linda Myrsiades, eds. Un-Disciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture, (New York: Lang, 1999). NAHUM GELBER: PR 408 L38 U53 2000

Nowotty, W.M.T. “Justice and Love in Othello” in L.F. Dean, ed., Casebook on Othello (New-York: Crowell, 1961

* Parker, M.D.H. The Slave of Life: A Study of Shakespeare and the Idea of Justice (1955).

Parker, Patricia. “Othello and Hamlet: Spying, Discovery, and Secret Faults” Shakespeare from the Margins: Language, Culture, Context, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996) 229-72. PR2997 P8 P37 1996 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Pequigney, Joseph. Such is my love: A Study of Shakespearean Sonnets, (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1985. PR 2848 P 46 1985 McLennan.

---. “The Two Antonios and Same-Sex Love in Twelfth Night and The Merchant of Venice” in Deborah E. Barker & Ivo Kamps, Shakespeare and Gender: A History (New-York: Verso, 1995), 178-195. PR 3069 S45 S53 1995 McLennan

Phelps, Charles E. Falstaff and Equity : An Interpretation, (New-York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1901).

* Phillips, Owen Hood. Shakespeare and the Lawyers, (London: Methuen, 1972). NAHUM GELBER PR 3028 P65 1972.

Politi, Jina. Shakespeare and the Law, (Athens: Papazisis, 1979).

* Posner, Richard. Law and Literature, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998). K 290 P67 1988 [Regular Loan] Nahum Gelber Law.

Radel, Nicholas F. “Queer Romeo and Juliet: Teaching Early Modern “Sexuality” in Shakespeare’s “Heterosexual” Tragedy” Maurice Hunt, ed., Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, (New-York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2001) 91-97. MCL PR 2831 A89 2001

Ranald, Margaret Loftus. Shakespeare and his Social Context, (New-York, 1987).

Reed, Robert R. Jr. Crime and God’s Judgment in Shakespeare, (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1984).

Reese, M.M. The Cease of Majesty, (London: Edward Arnold, 1961).

* Rockwood, Bruce L. “Shylock the Stranger: Looking Around for Justice or, More than Meets the Eye” in Roberta Kevelson, ed., The Eyes of Justice: Seventh Roundtable on Law and Semiotics, (New-York: Peter Lang, 1993), 251. NAHUM GELBER K 213 R68 1993.

Ryan, Kiernan. “Measure for Measure: Marxism before Marx” in Jean E. Howard and Scott Cutler Shershow, eds., Marxist Shakespeares, (London: Routledge, 2001), 227-44. PR3024 M39 2001 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Sahel, Pierre. “Les prisons politiques chez Marlowe et Shakespeare” dans Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies, ed., Société française Shakespeare: Actes du congrès 1980, (Paris, Touzot, 1981), 99. PR2977 S6 1980 McLennan

Schochet, Gordon J., Patricia E. Tatspaugh, & Carol Brobeck, eds. Law, Literature, and the Settlement of Regimes, (Washington: Folger, 1990).

* Schoeck, Richard J. “Shakespeare and the Law: An Overview” in W.R. Elton & John M. Mucciolo, eds., The Shakespearean International Yearbook: Where are we now in Shakespearean Studies, (Brookfield, USA: Ashgate, 1999), 219. PR2970 W43 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg.

Seed, Patricia. “‘This Island’s Mine’: Caliban and Native Sovereignty” in Peter Hulme & William H. Sherman, eds., The Tempest and Its Travels, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000), 202-11. PR2833 T463 2000 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Shell, Marc. The End of Kinship: “Measure for Measure”, Incest and the Ideal of Universal Sibling-hood (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988).

Shuger, Deborah. Political Theologies in Shakespeare's England: The Sacred and the State in Measure for Measure, (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001). PR2824 S54 2001 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Sibony, Daniel. « La guerre et l'évitement de la loi dans Jules Caesar et dans Macbeth » dans Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies, ed., Shakespeare et la guerre: Societe francaise Shakespeare, Actes du congrès 1989, Paris, Belles lettres, 1990, 129-38. [On order] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Sokol, B. J., and Mary Sokol. Shakespeare's Legal Language: A Dictionary, (London: Athlone, 2000). PR3028 S65 2000 [In Library Use] Humanities & Social Sciences Reference (McLennan Bldg, Main floor)

* Spriet, Pierre. “Justice et violence dans les dénouements tragiques de Shakespeare” dans Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies, ed., Société française Shakespeare: Actes du congrès 1980.. Paris: Touzot, 1981, 71. PR2977 S6 1980 McLennan

* Strier, Richard. “Faithful Servants: Shakespeare’s Praise of Disobedience,” in Heather Dubrow and Richard Strier, eds., The Historical Renaissance (Chicago, University of Chaicago Press, 1988).

Suhamy, Henri. “Le droit, l’équité, la charité: Autour de quelques situations judiciaires dans Shakespeare” dans Marie-Thérèse Jones-Davies, ed., Société française Shakespeare: Actes du congrès 1980. Paris: Touzot, 1981, 23. PR2977 S6 1980 McLennan.

Tennenhouse, Leonard. “Family Rites: Patriarchal Strategies in Shakespearean Romance” in Kiernan Ryan, ed., Shakespeare: The Last Plays, (New-York: Longman, 1999) 43-61. MCL PR 2981.5 S48 1999.

* Tiefenbrun, Susan. Law and the Arts (Westport: Greenwood, 1999).

Thayer, C.G. Shakespearean Politics: Government and Misgovernment in the Great Histories (Athens, Ohio: Ohio, University Press, 1983).

* Time, Victoria M. Shakespeare's Criminals: Criminology, Fiction, and Drama (Westport: Greenwood, 1999).

Tovey, Barbara. “Wisdom and the Law: Thoughts on the Political Philosophy of Measure for Measure” in Joseph Alulis & Vickie Sullivan, eds., Shakespeare's Political Pageant: Essays in Literature and Politics, (Lanham: Rowman, 1996), 61-75. PR3017 S58 1996 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Van Laan, Thomas F. Role Playing in Shakespeare, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1978). PR 3069 R59V36 McLennan.

Van Watson, William. “Shakespeare, Zeffirelli and the Homosexual Gaze” in Deborah E. Barker & Ivo Kamps, Shakespeare and Gender: A History (New-York: Verso, 1995), 235-262. PR 3069 S45 S53 1995 McLennan

* Ward, Ian. Law and Literature: Possibilities and Perspectives, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995).

* ---. Shakespeare and the Legal Imagination, (London: Butterworths, 1999). NAHUM GELBER PR 3028 W37 1999

---. “Shakespeare and the Moral Law: Liberalism, Community, and the Idea of the Moral Self” (2000) 86 Archiv fur Rechts—und Sozialphilosophie 263-81.

* ---. “Shakespeare, the Narrative Community, and the Legal Imagination” in Michael Freeman & Andrew D. E. Lewis, eds., Law and Literature, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), 117-48. NAHUM GELBER K 296 L37 1999

* Weisberg, Richard. “Then you shall be his surety: Oaths and Mediating Breaches in The Merchant of Venice” in Poethics and Other Strategies of Law and Literature, (New York: Columbia University Press, 1992), 94. PN56 L33 W4 1992 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bld

* Wells, Robin Headlam. Shakespeare on Masculinity, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000). PR2992 M28 W45 2000 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Wheeler, Thomas, ed. The Merchant of Venice: Critical Essays, (New York: Garland, 1991). PR2825 W48 1991 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

White, Edward J. Commentaries on the Law in Shakespeare: With Explanations of the Legal Terms Used in the Plays, Poems, and Sonnets and a Consideration of the Criminal Types Presented. Also a Full Discussion of the Bacon-Shakespeare Controversy, (Littleton: Rothman, 1987). NAHUM GELBER PR 3028 W5 1911

* White, R.S. Natural Law in English Renaissance Literature (Cambridge: University Press, 1996).

Williamson, Marilyn. The Patriarchy of Shakespeare’s Comedies, (Detroit, 1986).

Wilson, Luke. Theaters of Intention: Drama and the Law in Early Modern England, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2000). PR658 L38 W55 2000 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

Wilson, Richard. Will Power: Essays on Shakespearean Authority, (London: Harvester, 1993). PR3024 W558 1993 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg

* SZeeveld, W. Gordon. The Temper of Shakespeare's Thought, (New Haven: Yale University Press), 1974.

*Ziolkowski, Theodore. The Mirror of Justice: Literary Reflections of Legal Crises, (Princeton: Princeton University Press), 1997.

ARTICLES

Aers, David & Gunther Kress. “The Politics of Style: Discourses of Law and Authority in Measure for Measure” (1982) 16 Style 22-37.

Anastaplo, George. “Law & Literature and Shakespeare: Explorations” (2001) Okla. City U.L. Rev. 1

Arnold, Oliver. “The King of Comedy: The Role of the Ruler and the Rule of Law in Shakespeare's Comedies.” (1998) 31 Genre 1-31.

Barrett, D. S. “Plautus, Mostellaria 630-32 and The Merchant of Venice” (1983) 59 Classical Bulletin 60-62.

Bawcutt, N. W. “‘He Who the Sword of Heaven Will Bear’: The Duke versus Angelo in Measure for Measure” (1984) 37 Shakespeare Survey 89-97.

Bell, Millicent. “Othello's Jealousy” (1997) 85.2 Yale Review 120-36.

Bennett, Robert. “The Law Enforces Itself: Richard Hooker and the Law against Fornication in Measure for Measure” (1993) 16 Shakespeare and Renaissance Association of West Virginia: Selected Papers 43-51.

Berman, Ronald. “Shakespeare and the Law” (1967) 18 Shakespeare Quarterly 141.

Bernthal, Craig A. “Staging Justice: James I and the Trial Scenes of Measure for Measure” (1992) 32 Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 247-69.

Birje-Patil, J. “Marriage Contracts in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure” (1964) 5 Shakespeare Survey 106.

Bland, D. S. “Shakespeare's Legal Language” (1988) 14.4 Verbatim 11-13.

Bolton, W. F. “Ricardian Law Reports and Richard II” (1988) 20 Shakespeare Studies 53-65.

Boyd, J.O. “Shylock Versus Antonio: or Justice Blinfolded” (1915) 21 Case and Comment 994.

Bradbrook, M.C. “Authority, Truth and Justice in Measure for Measure” (1961) 18 Review of English Studies 385.

Breight, Curt. “‘Treason doth Never prosper’: The Tempest and the Discourse of Treason” (1990) 41 Shakespeare Quarterly 1.

Bruneau, Sydney. “Shakespeare’s Law” (1971) 17 McGill L.J. 792.

Buckley, G. T. "Was Edmund Guilty of Capital Treason?" (1972) 23 Shakespeare Quarterly 87-94.

Cacicedo, Alberto. “‘She Is Fast My Wife’: Sex, Marriage, and Ducal Authority in Measure for Measure” (1995) 23 Shakespeare Studies 187-209.

Cimitile, Anna. “The (Un)fixity of the Law: Modalities of Stasis in The Merchant of Venice” (1997) 1.1-2 Annali dell'Instituto Orientale di Napoli: Sezione Germanistica: Anglistica 27-60.

Cohen, Stephen A. “‘The Quality of Mercy’: Law, Equity, and Ideology in The Merchant of Venice” (1994) 27.4 Mosaic 35-54.

Cohen, Walter. “The Merchant of Venice and the Possibilities of Historical Criticism” (1982) ELH 49.

Collins, Kris. “White-Washing the Black-a-Moor: Othello, Negro Minstrelsy, and Parodies of Blackness” (1996) 19.1 Journal of American Culture 87-101.

Coolidge, John S. “Law and Love in The Merchant of Venice” (1976) 27 Shakespeare Quarterly 243-63.

Cowen, Ezek. “Shylock v. Antonio” (1872) 5 Albany Law Journal 193.

Denvir, John, “William Shakespeare and the Jurisprudence of Comedy” (1987) 39 Stan. L. Rev. 825.

Detmer-Goebel, Emily. “The Need for Lavinia's Voice: Titus Andronicus and the Telling of Rape” (2001) 29 Shakespeare Studies 75-92.

Dickinson, J. “Renaissance Equity and Measure for Measure” (1962) 13 Shakespeare Quarterly 287.

Dunkel, Wilbur. “Law and Equity in Measure for Measure” (1962) 13 Shakespeare Quarterly 275.

Echeruo, M. J. C. “Tanistry, the ‘Due of Birth’ and Macbeth’s Sin” (1972) 23 Shakespeare Quarterly 444-50.

Eden, Kathy. “Equity and the Origins of Renaissance Historicism: The Case for Erasmus” (1993) 5 Yale J. L. & Hum. 137-145.

Elton, W.R. “Nicomachean Ethics in Troilus and Cressida” (April 1997) Journal of the History of Ideas.

Epstein, Paul. “Law and Subjective Freedom in The Merchant of Venice” (1993) 7 Dionysius 49-72.

Frison, Danièle. « Loi et droit dans Le marchand de Venise » (2000) 57 Cahiers élisabethains 49-60.

Fuller, R.F. “Shakespeare as a Lawyer” (1863) 9 Upper Canada Law Journal 91.

Gohn, Jack Benoît. “Richard II: Shakespeare’s Legal Brief on the Royal Prerogative and the Succession to the Throne” (1982) 70 Georgetown L.J. 943.

* Green, Janet M. “Earthly Doom and Heavenly Thunder: Judgment in King Lear” (1995) 23 University of Dayton Review 63-73.

* Greenstein, Michael. “Breaking the Mosaic Code: Jewish Literature vs. the Law” (1994) 27.3 Mosaic 87-106.

Gurr, Andrew. “Measure for Measure's Hoods and Masks: The Duke, Isabella, and Liberty” (1997) 27 English Literary Renaissance 89-105.

Halio, Jay L. “Portia: Shakespeare's Matlock?” (1993) 5.1 Cardozo Stud. in Law & Lit. 57-64.

* Halper, Louise. “Measure for Measure: Law, Prerogative, Submission” (2001) 13 Cardozo Stud. in Law & Lit. 221.

Hamill, Monica J. “Poetry, Law, and the Pursuit of Perfection: Portia's Role in The Merchant of Venice” (1978) 18 Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 229-43.

Hamilton, Donna. “The State of Law in Richard II” (1983) 34 Shakespeare Quarterly 5-17.

Harding, D. “Elizabethan Bethrotals and Measure for Measure” (1950) 49 JEGP 139.

Hatinen, Peter, “Book Annotation: Bloody Constraint: War and Chivalry in Shakespeare, by Theodor Meron” (1999) 31 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 664.

* Henderson, Veronica. “The School Bus to Wilkie and the Walk to Colonus: Latimer, Antigone and the Role of Mercy in Sentencing” (2002) 14 W.R.L.S.I. 33.

Hennedy, John F. “Launcelot Gobbo and Shylock's Forced Conversion” (1973) 15 Texas Studies in Literature and Language 405-10.

* Holmer, Jane Ozark. “Miles Mosse’s The Arraignment and Conviction of Usurie (1595): A New Source for The Merchant of Venice” (1993) 21 Shakespeare Studies 11.

Hutson, Lorna. “‘Our Old Storehouse’: Plowden's Commentaries and Political Consciousness in Shakespeare” (1996) 7 Shakespeare Yearbook 249-73.

Jardine, Lisa. “Cultural Confusion and Shakespeare's Learned Heroines: ‘These Are Old Paradoxes’” (1987) 38 Shakespeare Quarterly 1-18. [Note: reprinted in Orgel, Shakespeare and Gender PR3069 S45 S52 1999 [Regular Loan] Humanities & Social Sciences McLennan Bldg]

Johnson, Lonnell. “Shylock's Daniel: ‘Justice More than Thou Desir'st.’” (1991-92) 35 CLA Journal 353-66.

Jordan, William. “Approaches to the Court Scene in the Bond Story: Equity and Mercy or Reason and Nature” (1982) 33 Shakespeare Quarterly 49-59.

Kantorowicz. The King’s Two Bodies, (1957)

Kaplan, M. Lindsay, & Katherine Eggert. “‘Good Queen, My Lord, Good Queen’: Sexual Slander and the Trials of Female Authority in The Winter’s Tale” (1994) 25 Renaissance Drama 89-118.

* Kasirer, Nicholas. « Chronique de doctrine : Lear et le droit civil » (2000) 46 McGill L.J. 293.

Kermode, Frank. “Justice and Mercy in Shakespeare” (1996) 33 Hous. L. Rev. 1155.

Kerr, Heather. “Aaron's Letter and the Acts of Reading: The Text as Evidence in Titus Andronicus” (1992) 77 AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 1-19.

Klene, Jean. “A fixed figure for the time of scorn” (1975) 24 Shakespeare Quarterly 139.

Klinck, Dennis. “Shakespeare's Richard II as Landlord and Wasting Tenant” (1998) 25 College Literature 21-34.

Knight, W. Nicholas. “Equity and Mercy in English Law and Drama” (1972) 6 Comparative Drama 51-67.

---. “Law and Equity, the Merchant of Venice, and William Lambarde” (1974) 27 Shakespeare Survey 93-104.

---. “Legal Relationships between Shakespeare's Life and His Works since Schoenbaum's Life Records (1975)” (1976) 2.3 Publications of the Arkansas Philological Association 9-14.

---. “Shakespeare before King James: Betrayal and Revelation.” (1988) 62 Iowa State Journal of Research 387-95.

---. “Translation to Law Language to Stage” (1981) 8 Shakespeare Translation 9-15.

* Kornstein, Daniel J. “Fie Upon Your Law!” (1993) 5.1 Cardozo Stud. in Law & Lit. 35-56.

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