Keywords: Comparative Law, Law and Literature, Law and Humanities.
One of the most relevant functions of Comparative Law is putting into communication various national cultures, contributing as well to the diffusion of legal models. First and foremost, the comparatist explores what happens in other legal cultures and, by doing so, decisively influences the course of national legal experiences. During the twentieth century, a number of important interdisciplinary movements began to spread under the name of "Law and". This formula refers to the essential crisis of legal method occurred within American legal realism and derived from the loss of the epistemological status of law. If law can no longer be considered as an autonomous science, it needs to benefit from the contribution of other disciplines. The "Law &" movements provide legal scholars with the essential basis for a rethinking of comparative law methods