The relations between politics, law and literature in the last decade of Elizabethan rule, the praise of the immemorial antiquity of the ancient common law constitution, as well as the recourse to their theatrical representation are the topics considered in Shakespeare’s Imaginary Constitution by Paul Raffield.

Shakespeare's Imaginary Constitution: Late-Elizabethan Politics and the Theatre of Law

NICOLINI, Matteo
2012

Abstract

The relations between politics, law and literature in the last decade of Elizabethan rule, the praise of the immemorial antiquity of the ancient common law constitution, as well as the recourse to their theatrical representation are the topics considered in Shakespeare’s Imaginary Constitution by Paul Raffield.
Shakespeare; Elizabethan Age; common law constitution; royal prerogatives
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