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By Stanley L. Paulson, Bonnie Litschewski-Paulson

Hans Kelsen's efforts within the parts of criminal philosophy and criminal idea are thought of by way of many students of legislations to be the main influential considering this century. This quantity makes to be had the superior paintings extant on Kelsen's conception, together with papers newly translated into English. The e-book covers such themes as competing philosophical positions at the nature of legislations, criminal validity, criminal powers, and the solidarity of municipal and foreign legislations. It additionally throws a lot gentle on Kelsen's highbrow milieu--as good as his highbrow accounts.

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Bradley, A. C. (1904) Shakespearean Tragedy: Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. London: Macmillan. Carlyle, Thomas (1993) On Heroes, Hero-worship, and the Heroic in History (1840). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. The Development of Criticism 27 Clark, Sandra (1997) Shakespeare Made Fit: Restoration Adaptations of Shakespeare. London: Dent. Dennis, John (1712) An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Shakespear. London. Dobson, Michael (1992) The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship, 1660–1769.

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Ruth Nevo’s Shakespeare’s Other Language (1987) sees the late plays as ‘beyond genre’, but also considers the relationship between ‘the mode of tragicomedy and the state, or work, of mourning’ (1987: 5) within a Freudian psychoanalytic framework. Anthologies of essays on the late plays include Later Shakespeare, edited by John Russell Brown and Bernard Harris (1966) and Carol Kay and Henry Jacobs’s Shakespeare’s Romances Reconsidered (1978); more recently, two collections of essays, Kiernan Ryan’s Shakespeare: The Last Plays (1999) and Jennifer Richards and James Knowles’s Shakespeare’s Late Plays: New Readings (1999), present studies of individual plays as well as considering the interconnections between them.

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