Early modern legal poetics and morality 1560-1625

0044 English OPEN
Darvill Mills, Janis Jane;
(2011)
  • Subject: PE0814 | PR0421 | PR0057

This thesis examines the reciprocity of literary and legal cultures, and seeks to enhance\ud understanding of cultural and socio-legal constructions of morality in early modern\ud England. Identifying the tensions in an institutional legality in which both secular\ud pr... View more
  • References (53)
    53 references, page 1 of 6

    Bernard, Richard, The Isle of Man: Legal Proceeding in Man-shire against SIN, Wherein, by way of a continued allegory, the chief Malefactors disturbing both Church and Commonwealth, are Detected and Attached; with their Arraignment and Judicial Trial, according to the Laws of England (London: Nathaniel Ranew, 1659)

    Campion, Thomas, Works by T. Campion, ed. by Percival Vivian (Oxford, Clarenden Press, 1909)

    Coke, Edward, The Third Part of the Institutes of the laws of England: concerning high treason, and other pleas of the crown, and criminall cases. Authore Edw. Coke milite, I.C. MDCXLVIII (London: W. Lee, 1648)

    ---------- The first part of the Institutes of the lawes of England. Or, A commentarie vpon Littleton (London: Societie of Stationers, 1628)

    Finch, Henry, Lavv, or, a discourse thereof in foure bookes. Written in French by Sir Henrie Finch Knight, his Maiesties Serieant at Law. And done into English by the same author (London: Society of Stationers, 1627)

    Fortescue, Sir John, A learned commendation of the politique lawes of England (De Laudibus Legum Anglae), trans. by Robert Mulcaster (London: Thomas Wight, and Bonham Norton, 1599)

    Fraunce, Abraham, The Lawiers Logike, exemplifying the praecepts of logike by the practice of the common Lawe (London: William How, 1588)

    Garnet, Henry, preface to A Treatise of Equivocation (1595), ed. by David Jardine (London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1851)

    Goddard, William, ―A MORRALL SATIRE, Intituled the Owles araygnement,‖ in A Satirycall dialogue or a sharplye-invective conference, betweene Allexander the great, truelye woman-hater Diogynes, (London: 1616)

    Gower, John, The English Works of John Gower ed. by G.C. Macaulay (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1900-1901)

  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark