Shakespeare's Legal Language: A Dictionary

Bloomsbury Publishing, 15.12.2004 - 512 Seiten
This encyclopedia-style dicitonary explores early modern social life, legal thought, and the interactions within Shakespearean drama.

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B. J. Sokol is Emeritus Professor of the University of London (Goldsmith's College) and Senior Research Associate at University College London, UK.

Mary Sokol is Honorary Research Fellow withThe Bentham Project at University College London, UK. She is a qualified lawyer and the co-author of Shakespeare, Law and Marriage (CUP).

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