16 Law & Literature [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/lal16 and id is 1 raw text is: Law & Literature
SPRING 2004 - VOLUME 16, NUMBER 1
To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme: An Appraisal
ROBERT E. RAINS
I I  Accomplished with What She Lacks:
Law, Equity, and Portia's Con
THOMAS C. BILELLO
33   The Privatization of Pleasure:
Crim. Con. in Wollstonecraft's Maria
ADAM KOMISARUK
65    Using Fiction in Courses: Why Not Admit It?
JOHN R. DOROCAK AND S.E.C. PURVIS
93   Sacrifice in the Public Square: Ciceronian Rhetoric
in More's Utopia and the Ultimate Ends of Counsel
A.G. HARMON
I 27  Running Backs, Wolves, and Other Fatalities:
How Manipulations of Narrative Coherence
in Legal Opinions Marginalize Violent Death
JONATHAN YOVEL
I6I   ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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