A Brief Account of Law and Literature (and Thereby of the
Present Volume) 2. Literature v. Law: Institutions,
Procedures, and Justice 3. Natural Law and Fundamental Justice 4.
Property 5. Contract and Tort 6. Sexuality 7. Evidence and Truth 8.
On Trial 9. Vigilantism and Extrajudicial Action 10. Toward Law and
Humanities Appendix 1: What a Student of Literature Should Know
about Law Appendix 2: Glossary of Legal Terms
About the Author
Mark Fortier is a Professor at the School of
English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph, Canada. He
has written and edited several books on aspects of performance,
literature, history and culture.