31 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (2004)

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           Journal of Law and Society

         (Formerly the British Journal of Law and Society)

VOLUME 31 NUMBER 1                                  MARCH 2004


Contents
Articles
Introduction: On Writing: Law and Literature
   ................ Patrick Hanafin, Adam Gearey, and Joseph Brooker      1
The Writer's Refusal and Law's Malady ............... Patrick Hanafin     3
Estopped by Grand Playsaunce: Flann O'Brien's
  Post-colonial Lore ................................... Joseph Brooker  15
'Tell All the Truth, but Tell it Slant': A Poetics of Truth
  and Reconciliation .................................... Adam Gearey   38
Then and Now: The Natural/Positivist Nexus at War:
  Auden's 'September 1, 1939' ................. Melanie L. Williams     60
The Jurisprudence of Travel Literature: Despotism,
  Excess, and the Common Law ......................... Piyel Haldar     87
Literature in the Dock: The Trials of
  Oscar Wilde ...................................... Morris B. Kaplan  113
A Fragment on Cnutism with Brief Divagations on the
  Philosophy of the Near Miss ....................... Peter Goodrich   131
Dominions: Law, Literature, and the
  Right to Death ..................................... Peter Fitzpatrick  142
Beyond Otonomy, or Beyond the Law of
  Law's Ear ................................... Julia H. Chryssostalis  149
Endnote:
  Untoward ........................................... Peter  Goodrich  159

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