|Tuesday||10:00 AM - 11:30 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall T.6|
|Wednesday||5:30 PM - 7:00 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall T.7|
“Legal Perspectives on Renaissance Theatre”
Literature and law have always influenced each other and the recent flourishing of critical analysis on the comparison between the two fields acknowledges the importance of this branch of comparative study. The aim of the course is to analyse some legal elements inherent in Renaissance theatre, such as the problems concerning the relationship between fathers and daughters or those concerning power and legitimacy.
THE LESSONS WILL BE IN ENGLISH
W.Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet (any critical edition)
W.Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
D.Carpi, “Diritto e letteratura”, in Pólemos, diritto e cultura, 1/2007
P.Raffield and G.Watt, Shakespeare and the Law, Oxford and Portland, Oregon, Hart publishing, 2008.
D.Carpi, ed, Shakespeare and the Law, Ravenna, Longo, 2003
P.Bertinetti, Storia della Letteratura Inglese, vol.I, Einaudi, 2000
The exam will consist in an oral discussion about the texts of the program
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