3 edition of The Lawyer in history, literature, and humour found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by William Andrews.|
|Contributions||Andrews, William, 1848-1908.|
|LC Classifications||KD460 .L38 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||82016613|
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“A welcome addition to the lighter literature of the law.”—The Times. “A considerable amount of historical and literary information.”—Daily News. “An entertaining work. of over 9, results for Books: Humor & Entertainment: Humor: Lawyers & Criminals The Last Book on the Left: Stories of Murder and Mayhem from History’s Most Notorious Serial Killers Apr 7, The Lawyer: In History, Literature and Humour.
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Is double-billing evil. The book starts by asking whether a lawyer can smile and continues with an overall jocular tone. As the subtitle suggests, the Renegade Lawyer makes a nice gift of legal humor for prospective law students, lawyers, or other people 5/5(1).
Literature About the Law: A List of Books Compiled by Daniel J. Solove I. Novels and Plays Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart Aeschylus Oresteia James Agee A Death in the Family Jean Anouilh Antigone Aristophanes Wasps Margaret Atwood Alias Grace Margaret Atwood. Nina Stibbe, David Nicholls, Bridget Christie and others reveal the books that made them laugh the most.
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Many lawyers have found inspiration in the strong, noble lawyer character of Atticus Finch in Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Not only are lawyers indebted to books for their inspiration and knowledge of law and order, but many have turned to writing over the centuries as a hobby or an alternative career.
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Loosely based on Mexican-American attorney, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Dr Gonzo, the crooked Samoan attorney, consumes all Author: Jacqui Walker. Also, Shakespeare's plays are divided into the categories of Tragedy, History, and Comedy for a reason -- because a large number of his plays are comedies and are meant to be funny.
Don't make a blanket statement about an author/playwright just because you may have read/seen a mere handful of his plays. Each summer for the last three years we’ve wrestled in these pages with the role lawyers play in the broadest range of our culture of literature—from the pages of pulp fiction to the grittiest.
Buy Humour books from today. Find our best selection and offers online, with FREE Click & Collect or UK delivery. British lawyer and renowned civil liberties advocate Shami Chakrabarti once wrote that To Kill a Mockingbird inspired her to become a lawyer. While the beloved Harper Lee novel may be the most well-known books centered around the courtroom, it’s far from the only one of its kind.
Read on for a roundup of six must-read books for law students (that aren’t To Kill a Mockingbird). It is the Derek And Clive of high literature, a proper book by a proper writer in which the main character fucks a piece of liver.
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See if you agree with these ten lawyers rated the best-worst in fiction. surrounded by oblivious jackasses who continuously make lawyer jokes. A literary story that is considered by many to be a pivotal point in establishing this relationship between the law and literature, is the satirical piece by Charles Dickens ‘Bleak House’ which followed a law suit and brought out the loopholes in the legal system by employing literary ingenuity topped by tongue-in-cheek humour.Using Literature to Make Better Lawyers.
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Using these works, professors and students dissect scenarios not otherwise encountered in traditional legal curricula.Black humour, also called black comedy, writing that juxtaposes morbid or ghastly elements with comical ones that underscore the senselessness or futility of life.
Black humour often uses farce and low comedy to make clear that individuals are helpless victims of fate and character.
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