Poethics, and Other Strategies of Law and Literature

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Lawyers, like novelists, must use language that is precise, passionate, and real, in order to tell their stories clearly and persuasively. Richard Weisberg, one of the pioneers of the dynamic new Law and Literature movement, offers this lively collection of closely linked essays exemplifying the field's now influential strategies. Weisberg here names and narrates the central vision of Law and Literature, which he calls poethics: the revival of jurisprudence through literary sources and techniques.

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Toward a Literary Jurisprudence
3
AngloAmerican
51
CHAPTER THREE Christianitys Ends
93
CHAPTER FOUR The SelfImploding Canon
117
The Challenge
127
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150
CHAPTER Six Lawtalk in America
188
How Lawyers Have
213
Notes on Three Works by James Boyd White
224
Conclusion
251
Index
307
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O autorovi (1992)

Richard H. Weisberg is a professor of constitutional law at the Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York City, a leading scholar on law and literature.

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