English 830-010
Spring 2000, W 12-2:45
Memorial 125

Professor Jonathan Grossman
Office: 315 Memorial
Office Hours: M 11-12, W 3-4

Cultural Legal Studies: Law, Justice, and the Novel in Nineteenth-Century England

Required Texts

We will use the editions of the texts that are listed above. You should read endnotes and other editorial matter (appendices, notes on the text, etc.).

Books have been ordered through Rainbow Books, Main Street, Newark.

Required Reserve Reading

The following required readings are xeroxes (typically excerpts) available on reserve in the library and at my office for 2-hour loan:



2/9	Introduction

2/16	Wollstonecraft, Maria (1798); 
Mellor's "Introduction;" de Lauretis; Foucault (handout)

2/23	Shelley, Frankenstein (1818)

3/1	Shelley; Moers; Butler

3/8	Scott, The Heart of Midlothian (1818)

3/15	Scott; Kreuger; Althusser

3/22	Dickens, Bleak House (1852-3)

3/29 	[Break]

4/5	Dickens; Foucault

4/12	Dickens; D.A. Miller

4/19	Eliot, Silas Marner (1861); Welsh

4/26	Trollope, The Eustace Diamonds (1873)

4/27	Recommended: Professor John Plotz, Johns Hopkins, 12:30-2:00

5/3	Trollope, Kucich

5/10	Doyle, Selected Adventures (1890s); Moretti

5/17	Conclusion

Final Papers Due 5/19