8 edition of The Devil"s Law-Case found in the catalog.
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Christine de Pisan: The Book of the City of Ladies () law case, no matter how unjust, which was not won through the obstinance of someone pleading without as well as in Heaven, that is, the devils whom they called the gods of Hell - so that it is no lie that these gods would have conversed with men, if Mary had not lived.". John Webster was a radically and creatively experimental dramatist. This volume offers his two great Jacobean tragedies, The White Devil and The Duchess of Malfi, together with his brilliant tragicomedy, The Devil's Law-Case, and the comedy written with William Rowley, Pages:
The Selected Plays of John Webster by Revd Prof. John Webster, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(68). John Webster was a playwright who wrote around the time of Shakespeare () and is best known for his tragedies, particularly The White Devil. Eliot alludes to this play in line 75 of "The Burial of the Dead." In line , Eliot alludes to another of Webster's plays, called The Devil's Law Case. Man, this Webster guy sounds like he really.
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This sums up the middle portion Websters The Devils Law-Case, a rather complicated, wildly improbable plot about inheritance, romance and the law. For those who enjoy Websters The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil, there is a reason this play is much less known and discussed/5.
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But The Devils Law-Case has many fewer metaphors. Moreover, a study based on metaphor would miss the mark; for the concern of this play is, quite simply, its literal content. Virtually every page contains some literal reference to the Law; only in the context of the whole play does one observe that these law references have a collective, symbolic : Ralph Berry.
If this green-shaded edition of The Devil's Law Case looks like it has time-warped in from the '70's, that's because it sort of has.
While this edition sports the usual solid editing and textual apparatus (footnotes, introduction, textual notes) found in the New Mermaids series, it *is* an older editing job/5(2). As the only other surviving play of Webster’s sole authorship, The Devil’s Law-Case has had to carry a burden of critical expectation which it has scarcely been able to fulfil.
Written soon after the great tragedies, it is filled with verbal, visual and situational echoes of the earlier plays but has often been described in terms reminiscent of Donne’s insulting ‘compliment’ to a woman:Author: Rowland Wymer.
“The wind under the door”: Webster’s The Devil’s Law Case. Abstract. In the “Game of Chess” bedroom, a woman speaks out loud and a man responds mostly, if not completely, in his head. Her words are in quotation marks; his are : Allyson Booth.
The Dramatic Works of John Webster: The devil's law case. Appius and Virginia. Monuments of honor. A monumental column. Odes Library of old authors Volume 3 of The Dramatic Works of John Webster, William Hazlitt: Author: John Webster: Editor: William Hazlitt: Publisher: Reeves & Turner, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Mar The Devil's Law Case by John Webster presents a very complex structure: plots and subplots merge and clash, creat ing a tortuous world picture centred on legal figures and legal : Daniela Carpi.
Title: The Devils Law-Case; or, When Women go to Law, the Devil is full of Businesse. A new Tragecomœdy [in five acts and in verse]. Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals Author: John Webster.
"The Devil's Law Case" is a Jacobean era stage play, a tragicomedy written by John Webster, and first published in Date. The play's date of authorship and early performance history is unknown.
The events upon which the play is based occurred inso that the drama must post-date that year. Webster wrote one more play on his own: The Devil's Law Case (c. –), a tragicomedy. He continued to write thereafter but always in collaboration and usually city comedies; Anything for a Quiet Life (c.
), with Thomas Middleton, and A Cure for a Cuckold (c. ), with William Rowley. John Webster was a radically and creatively experimental dramatist.
This volume offers his two great Jacobean tragedies, The White Devil and The Duchess of Malfi, together with his brilliant tragicomedy, The Devil's Law-Case, and the comedy written with William Rowley, /5(3).
Directed by Patrick Lau. With Jeremy Brett, Edward Hardwicke, Robin Ellis, Elizabeth Weaver. A debt-ridden aristocrat may be having a mental breakdown, and his servants are concerned/10(8).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Webster, John, ?. Devil's law-case. London, Edward Arnold, (OCoLC) Document Type. The Devils Law-Case; Or, When Women Go to Law, the Devil Is Full of Businesse. a New Tragecom Dy [In Five Acts and in Verse].
Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, Brand: John Webster. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: xxv, pages 22 cm. Series Title: Regents Renaissance drama series. He gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is offered a job with a law firm that promises many opportunities.
He takes his wife to the Big Apple in hopes of a better life and a good job. He only finds himself on the receiving end of trouble when his boss is the Devil himself and has some treacherous plans up his sleeve for Kevin. Title: Tragedies: The White Devil/The Duchess of Malfi/The Devil's Law Case Item Condition: used item in a good condition.
Book will have been read but remains clean. Cover may Seller Rating: % positive. The Works of John Webster by John Webster,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Four plays exist which he wrote alone, "The White Devil," "The Duchess of Malfi," "The Devil's Law-Case," and "Appius and Virginia." "The Duchess of Malfi" was published inbut the date of writing may have been as early as.
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