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Property Law in Renaissance Literature

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Daniela Carpi

Contents: Daniela Carpi: Introduction – Richard H. Weisberg: Nietzsche’s Hermeneutics: Good and Bad Interpreters of Texts – Ida Mastrorosa: Comic Plots and Property Law in Plautus’s Trinummus: Humanistic and Renaissance Reflections – Marco Cavina: Rational Animal by Participation. Images of Patriarchal Power from Ariosto to Tasso – Luisa Avellini: Property and Inheritance in the Renaissance novella: from Arienti’s Porretane to Bandello’s Novelle – Jean Paul Pittion: Land Rhetoric and Ideology in Sir John Davies’s Report on the Case of Tanistry (1615) – Ian Ward: The King’s Great Matter: Shakespeare, Patriarchy and the Question of Succession – Giuseppina Restivo: To Have and Have not in Shakespeare: Patrimonial Questions in «As you like it» – Maurizio Pedrazza Gorlero: Macbeth, or the Question of Dominion – Richard Cave: Patrilineal Law and the Plays of Ben Jonson – Daniela Carpi: Person and Property in Thomas Middleton’s A Chaste Maid in Cheapside – Géraldine Cazals: From Law to Literature: Guillaume de La Perrière’s Intellectual Path – Giovanni Rossi: «De l’affection des pères aux enfants»: Sentimental Bonds and Juridical Bonds in Montaigne, Essais, II, 8 – Adam Gearey: The Voice of Dominium - Property, Possession and Renaissance Figures in The Cantos of Ezra Pound – Peter J. Alscher/Richard H. Weisberg: King James and an Obsession with The Merchant of Venice.