Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-225) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Prolexomenon : towards a novel legal theory of the novel as legal theory 2. John Austin or Jane Austen? : the province of jurisprudence determined in Pride and prejudice 3. Jousting with Bentham : utility, morality and ethics in Ivanhoe's tournament of law 4. The monstrous body of the law : Wollstonecraft vs. Shelley 5. Hawthorne's haunted house of law : the romance of American legal realism in The house of the seven gables 6. In Boz we trust! : Bleak house's reimagination of trusteeship 7. Two on a guillotine? : courts and 'crits' in A tale of two cities 8. Beyond governmentality : the question of justice in Great expectations.