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The Failure of the Word: The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction

Richard H. Weisberg - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 218 pages
The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction, with a new Preface
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Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France

Richard H. Weisberg - History - 2013 - 472 pages
Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France raises fundamental and disturbing questions about the ease with which democratic legal systems can be subverted.
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When lawyers write

Richard H. Weisberg - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1987 - 323 pages
Designed with the realities of modern legal practice in mind, WHEN LAWYERS WRITE can be used for specific help on a particular problem or for general guidance to refresh or ...
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In Praise of Intransigence: The Perils of Flexibility

Richard H. Weisberg - Political Science - 2014 - 200 pages
Flexibility is usually seen as a virtue in today's world. Even the dictionary seems to dislike those who stick too hard to their own positions. The thesaurus links ...
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Law and literature

Richard A. Posner - Law - 1998 - 422 pages
First edition published in 1988 : Law and literature : a misunderstood relation.
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Law and literature: a misunderstood relation

Richard A. Posner - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 371 pages
Surveys the field of law and literature, discusses literature with legal themes, and examines the application of literary theory to judicial texts
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Tall stories?: reading law and literature

John Morison, Christine Bell - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 292 pages
A collection of essays determining the relationship between literature and the study of law. Issues focusing on areas such as the nature and context of law and of legal ...
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Summoning: Ideas of the Covenant and Interpretive Theory

Ellen Spolsky - Biography & Autobiography - 1993 - 272 pages
Explores the variety of ways that the Jewish understanding of the Covenant relates to the notion of a contract or a shared grammar as developed in recent structural and post ...
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