Basic Legal Research Workbook

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Aspen Publishers, 2010 - Law - 179 pages
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Literary Nonfiction. LGBT Studies. "j/j and TT make a correspondence in Emerson's sense—the original green building, if you will—when two have the inside with the outside. They begin with the commercial (the outside, publishing industry's inside), and the correspondence grows organically from there to include exchanges on the nature of sexuality (both inside and manifest on the social outside) and the relevance of the mythological in our postmodern living (tracing myth back to origins, inside ancient humans, but in the context of literature, which is outside us and socializing). I come away from reading their high-energy 300-plus pages with my clearest sense to date—and I have been wrestling with psychomachiatic truths for several years now-of what amounts to a statement for our generation on the significance of Poetry."—Rich Blevins

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