Poethics, and Other Strategies of Law and Literature
A pioneer of the the new law and literature movement narrates its central vision, which he calls poethics: the revival of jurisprudence through literary sources and techniques. He argues that lawyers, like novelists, must use language that is precise, passionate and real, in order to tell their stories clearly and persuasively.
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Weisberg has skillfully woven together two seemingly distant subjects. As he explains, "poetic ethics, or . . . poethics . . . endeavors nothing less than to fill the ethical void in which legal ... Read full review
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