Making a case : characterizing the filial son / Maram Epstein
Explaining the shrew : narratives of spousal violence and the critique of masculinity in eighteenth-century criminal cases / Janet Theiss
Between oral and written cultures : Buddhist monks in Qing legal plaints / Yasuhiko Karasawa
Art of persuasion in literature and law / Robert E. Hegel
Filial felons : leniency and legal reasoning in Qing China / Thomas Buoye
Discourse on insolvency and negligence in eighteenth-century China / Pengsheng Chiu
Poverty tales and statutory politics in mid-Qing fraud cases / Mark McNicholas
Indictment rituals and the judicial continuum in late Imperial China / Paul R. Katz
Reading court cases from the Song and the Ming : fact and fiction, law and literature / James St. André -- Beyond Bao : moral ambiguity and the law in late Imperial Chinese narrative literature / Daniel M. Youd
Genre and justice in late Qing China : Wu Woyao's Strange Case of Nine Murders and its antecedents / Katherine Carlitz
Interpretive communities : legal meaning in Qing law / Jonathan Ocko.
Scholars of Chinese history, law, literature, and religions consider the influence of the Ming and Qing dynasties legal culture on literature and the influence of literary conventions on the presentation of legal case.