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Mosaic. A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature. Adversaria: Literature and Law. Vol. 27, 1994

Alford, John A., and Dennis P. Seniff (1984) Literature and Law in the Middle Ages. A Bibliography of Scholarship. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities. Vol. 378. New York, London: Garland Publishing

Bloch, R. Howard (1977) Medieval French Literature and Law. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press

Brooks, Peter (2000) Troubling Confessions. Speaking Guilt in Law and Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Brooks, Peter, & Paul Gerwitz (1996) eds. Law's Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in the Law. New Haven, London: Yale University Press

Coombe, Rosemary J. (1998) The Cultural Life of Intellectual Properties. Authorship, Appropriation, and the Law. Post-Contemporary Interventions. Eds. Stanley Fish and Fredric Jameson. Durham, London: Duke University Press

Dean, Joseph (1953) Hatred, Ridicule or Contempt. A Book of Libel Cases. London: Constable & Company

Dimock, Wai Chee (1996) Residues of Justice. Literature, Law, Philosophy. Berkeley: University of California Press

Douzinas, Costas & Lynda Nead (eds.) (1999) Law and the Image: The Authority of Art and the Aesthetics of Law. University of Chicago Press

Edelman, Bernard (2001) L'Adieu aux arts - 1926. L'Affaire Brancusi. Aubier: Paris

Felman, Shoshana & Dori Laub (1991) Testimony. Crises of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis and History. London: Routledge

Felman, Shoshana (2002) The Juridical Unconscious. Cambridge, MA: Harvard U.P.

Ferguson, Robert A. (1984) Law and Letters in American Culture. Cambridge (MA), London: Harvard University Press

Fish, Stanley (1980) Is There a Text in This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.

Fish, Stanley (1994) There Is No Such Thing as Free Speech... and It's a Good Thing Too. Oxford University Press

Fish, Stanley (1999) Doing What Comes Naturally. Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies. Duke University Press: Durham

Grazia, Edward De ( (1992) Girls Lean Back Everywhere. The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on Genius. New York: Vintage Books, 1993

Kamuf, Peggy (1988) Signature Pieces. On the Institution of Authorship. Ithaca: Cornell University Press

Kirchberger, Linda (1986) Franz Kafka's use of Law in Fiction. New York: Peter Lang Publishing

LaCapra, Dominick (1982) "Madame Bovary" on Trial. Ithaca, London: Cornell University Press

Ledwon, Lenora (1996) ed. Law and Literature. Text and Theory

Marsh, Joss (1998) Word Crimes. Blasphemy, Culture, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century England. Chicago: Chicago University Press

Nussbaum, Martha C. (1995) Poetic Justice. The Literary Imagination and Public Life. Beacon Press: Boston, Mass.

Posner, Richard A. (1988) Law and Literature. A Misunderstood Relation. Cambridge (MA), London, England: Harvard University Press

Posner, Richard A. (1998) Law and Literature. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.

Rose, Mark (1993) Authors and Owners. The Invention of Copyright. Cambridge (MA), London: Harvard University Press

Thomas, Brook (1987) Cross-examinations of Law and Literature. Cooper, Mawthorne, Stowe, and Melville. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Thomas, Donald (1969) A Long Time Burning. The History of Literary Censorship in England. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul

Ward, Ian (1995) Law and Literature. Possibilities and Perspectives. Cambridge University Press

Weisberg, Richard (1992) Poethics. And other Strategies of Law and Literature. New York: Colombia University Press.

Weisberg, Richard H. (1984) The Failure of the Word. The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Woodmansee, Martha (1996) Author, Art, and the Market. Rereading the History of Aesthetics. New York: Columbia University Press

Woodmansee, Martha, and Peter Jaszi (1994) eds. The Construction of Authorship. Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Durham, London: Duke University Press

 


Artiklar

Adler, Amy (1996) "What's Left? Hate Speech, Pornography and the Problem for Artistic Expression", 84 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1499

Anastaplo, George (1998) "Law & Literature and the Bible: Explorations", 23 OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 515-751

Anastaplo, George (2000) "Law & Literature and the Moderns: Explorations", 20 NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 25

Aristodemou, Maria (1999) "Fantasies of Women as Lawmakers: Empowerment or Entrapment in Angela Carter's Bloody Chambers", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 191-218

Arrow, Dennis W. (1997) "Pomobabble: Postmodern Newspeak and Constitutional Meaning for the Uninitiated", 96 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 462-688

Arrow, Dennis W. (2001) "Spaceball (or, Not Everything That's Left is Postmodern)", 54 VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW 2381

Atkinson, Rob (1995) "How the Butler Was Made to Do It: The Perverted Professionalism of the Remains of the Day", 105 Yale Law Journal 177-219

Austin, Arthur (1992) "A Primer on Deconstruction's 'Rhapsody of Wordplays'", 71 NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 201-245

Austin, Arthur (1994) "Deconstruction: the Road to a Derridian Cul-de-Sac Where 'There Is No There There' and 'There is No About About for Anything To Be About'", 12 CARDOZO ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 181-190

Ayer, John D. (1987) "The Very Idea of 'Law and Literature'", 88 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1589-1612 (reviewing Richard Weisberg, The Failure of The Word: The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction)

Ayer, John D. (1990) "Aliens Are Coming! Drain the Pool", 88 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1589-1612 (reviewing STANLEY FISH, DOING WHAT COMES NATURALLY: CHANGE, RHETORIC AND THE PRACTICE OF THEORY IN LITERATURE AND LEGAL STUDIES and RICHARD POSNER, LAW AND LITERATURE: A MISUNDERSTOOD RELATION)

Balkin, J.M. (1987) Deconstructive Practice and Legal Theory, 96 YALE LAW JOURNAL 743-786

Balkin, J.M. (1994) Transcendental Deconstruction, Transcendent Justice, 92 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1131

Balkin, J.M. (1997) Does the Constitution Deserve our Fidelity: Agreements with Hell and Other Objects of Our Faith, 65 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 1703-1738 (Symposium, Fidelity in Constitutional Theory).

Balkin, J. M. & Sanford Levinson (1998) The Canons of Constitutional Law, 111 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 963.

Balkin, J.M. & Sanford Levinson (1999) Getting Serious About "Taking Legal Reasoning Seriously", 74 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 543-558.

Balkin, J.M. & Sanford Levinson (1999) Hermeneutic: Interpreting Law and Music: Performance Notes on "the Banjo Serenader" and "the Lying Crowd of Jews", 20 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1513-1572.

Balkin, J.M. & Sanford Levinson (1999) Law as Performance, in LAW AND LITERATURE (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press)

Ball, Milner S. (1994) Poethics, Christians, Jews, Law, 15 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1068-1091 (reviewing RICHARD WEISBERG's work). [on a disk]

Barendt, Eric (1999) Defamation and Fiction, in LAW AND LITERATURE (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 481-498.

Baron, Jane B. (1992) "Intention, Interpretation, and Stories", 42 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 630.

Baron, Jane B. (1999) "Interdisciplinary Legal Scholarship as Guilty Pleasure: The Case of Law and Literature", in Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 21-45.

Baron, Jane B. (1999) "Law, Literature and the Problems of Interdisciplinarity", 108Yale Law Journal 5, 1059-1085

Barton, Thomas D. (1998) "Troublesome Connections: The Law and Post-Enlightenment Culture", 47 EMORY LAW JOURNAL 163-236

Binder, Guyora & Robert Weisberg (1997) "Cultural Criticism of Law", 49 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1149 (Symposium, The Critical Use of History)

Binder, Guyora (1999) "The Law-as-Literature Trope", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 63-91

Boire, Gary (1999) "Legalizing Violence: Fanon, Romance, Colonial Law", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 581-601

Bradney, Anthony (1999) "Reading Blasphemy: The Necessity for Literary Analysis in Legal Scholarship", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 533-554

Brest, Paul & Sanford Levinson (1992) "Obscenity and Pornography, from Brest & Levinson", Processes of Constitutional Decision-Making (3rd. ed., Little, Brown: Boston) 1194-1224

Brest, Paul (1980) "The Misconceived Quest for The Original Understanding", 60 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 204-238

Brook, Thomas (1990) "Stanley Fish and the Uses of Baseball: The Return of the Natural", 2 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 59-88

Brooks, Peter (1996) "Storytelling Without Fear? Confession in Law & Literature", 8 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 1

Caudill, David S. (1987) "Disclosing Tilt: A Partial Defense of Critical Legal Studies and a Comparative Introduction to the Philosophy of the Law-Idea", 72 IOWA LAW REVIEW 287

Caudill, David S. (1991) "Freud and Critical Legal Studies: contours of a radical socio-legal psychoanalysis", 66 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 651-697

Caudill, David S. (1993) "Pierre Schlag's 'The Problem of the Subject': Law's Need for an Analyst", 15 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 707

Caudill, David S. (1995) "Lacan's Social Psychoanalysis: Religion and Community in a Pluralistic Society", 26 CUMBERLAND LAW REVIEW 125 (Address to the Cumberland Colloquim on Law, Religion, and Culture)

Caudill, David S. (1995) "Lacanian Ethics and the Desire for Law", 16 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 793 (Law and the Postmodern Mind)

Caudill, David S. (1996) "Why Would a Lacanian Socio-Legal Analyst Care about Scientific Validity?: A Response to Redding", 75 OREGON LAW REVIEW 811

Caudill, David S. (1997) "Identifying Law's Unconscious: Disciplinary and Rhetorical Contexts", 54 WASHINGTON & LEE LAW REVIEW 1075 (Symposium, On Lacan and the Subject of Law)

Caudill, David S. (1999) "Fabricating Authenticity: Law Students as Country Music Stars", 20 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1573

Chase, Anthony (1986) "Toward a Legal Theory of Popular Culture", 1986 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 527

Clark, Michael J. (1994) "Foucault, Gadamer and the Law: Hermeneutics in Postmodern Legal Thought", 26 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW 111-125 (Roundtable on Legal Hermeneutic)

Collins, Ronald K.L. (1997) "Outlaw Jurisprudence?" 76 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 215 (reviewing Deconstruction in a Nutshell: A Conversation with Jacques Derrida, John D. Caputo ed., 1997)

Cornell, Drucilla L. (1988) "Institutionalization of Meaning, Recollective Imagination and the Potential for Transformative Legal Interpretation", 136 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 1135-1228

Cornell, Drucilla L. (1995) "Rethinking the Beyond of the Real", 16 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 729-791 (Conference, Law and the Postmodern Mind)

Cornwell, Joel R. (1997) "Legal Writing as A Kind of Philosophy", 48 MERCER LAW REVIEW 1091-1135

Craft Rubin, Gretchen & Jamie G. Heller (1994) "Restatement of Love, Tentative Draft", 104 Yale Law Journal 707-730

Dailey, Anne C. (2000) "Striving for Rationality", 86 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 2, 349-396 (reviewing Jonathan Lear, Open Mind: Working Out the Logic of the Soul)

D'Amato, Anthony (1989) "As Gregor Samsa Awoke One Morning from Uneasy Dreams He Found Himself Transformed into an Economic Analyst of Law", 83 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1012-1021 (a book review exchange, cf. Richard Posner/Gregor Samsa)

D'Amato, Anthony (1990) "Aspects of Deconstruction: The Failure of the Word 'Bird'", 84 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 536-541

D'Amato, Anthony (1990) "Aspects of Deconstruction: Reputing Indeterminacy with One Bold Thought", 85 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 113-118

Delgado, Richard & Jean Stefancic (1989) "Why Do We Tell the Same Stories? Law Reform, Critical Librarianship, and the Triple Helix Dilemma", 42 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 207

Delgado, Richard & Jean Stefancic (1992) "Images of the Outsider in American Law and Culture: Can Free Expression Remedy Systemic Social Ills?" 77 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 1258

Denvir, John (1987) "William Shakespeare and the Jurisprudence of Comedy", 39 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 825

Dimock, Wai-Chee (1999) "What Frederick Douglass Says to Kant, With Help from Einstein", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 667-686

Donato, James (1988) "Dworkin and Subjectivity in Legal Interpretation", 40 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1517

Douglas, Lawrence (1995) "Film as Witness: Screening Nazi Concentration Camps before the Nuremberg Tribunal", 105 Yale Law Journal 449

Douglas, Lawrence (1995) "Wartime Lies: Securing the Holocaust in Law and Literature", 7 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 367

Douglas, Lawrence (1999) "Rivka Yoselewska on the Stand: The Structure of Legality and the Construction of Heroic Memory at the Eichmann Trial", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 285-300

Douzinas, Costas (1995) Law's Birth and Antigone's Death: On Ontological and Psychoanalytical Ethics, 16 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1325-1361 (Conference, Law and the Postmodern Mind)

Douzinas, Costas & Ronnie Warrington (1991) "A Well-Founded Fear of Justice": Law and Ethics in Postmodernity, 2 LAW AND CRITIQUE 2, 115-147

Dumesnil, René (1928) "Madame Bovary devant ses juges." La Publication de Madame Bovary. 3 ed. Les grands événements littéraires. Amiens: Edgar Malfère, 65-90

Dworkin, Ronald A. (1982) 'Natural' Law Revisited, 34 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAW REVIEW 2, 165-188

Elkins, James R. (1994) "Pathologizing Professional Life: Psycho-Literary Case Stories", 18 VERMONT LAW REVIEW 1994 581 (Symposium, Lawyers as Storytellers & Storytellers as Lawyers: An Interdisciplinary Symposium Exploring the Use of Storytelling in the Practice of Law)

Elshtain, Jean Bethke (1999) "Law and the Moral Life", 11 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 383-413 (Symposium, Legal Scholarship in the Humanities: The View from Inside the Quadrangle)

Emerson, Thomas I. (1984) "Pornography and the First Amendment: A Response to Professor MacKinnon" 3 Yale Law & Policy Review 130-143

Farber, Daniel A. & Suzanna Sherry (1993) "Telling Stories Out of School: an Essay on Legal Narratives", 45 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 807

Feldman, Stephen M. (2001) "An Arrow to the Heart: The Love and Death of Postmodern Legal Scholarship", 54 VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW 2351

Fischer, John (1993) "Reading Literature/Reading Law: Is There a Literary Jurisprudence?" 72 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 135-159

Fish, Stanley (1982) "Working on the Chain Gang: Interpretation in Law and Literature", 60 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 551-567

Fish, Stanley (1984) "Fish v. Fiss", 36 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1325-1347, reprinted in Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies (1989), 120-140

Fish, Stanley (1987) "Dennis Martinez and the Uses of Theory", 96 Yale Law Journal 1791

Fish, Stanley (2000) "Theory Minimalism", 37 SAN DIEGO LAW REVIEW 761

Fiss, Owen M. (1982) "Objectivity and Interpretation", 34 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 739-763

Fiss, Owen M. (1986) "The Death of the Law?", 72 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 1-16

Fiss, Owen M. (1989) "The Law Regained", 74 CORNELL LAW REVIEW 245-255

Frank, Sally (1996) "Eve Was Right to Eat the 'Apple': The Importance of Narrative in the Art of Lawyering", 8 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 79

Frankenberg, Günter (1988) "Down by Law: Irony, Seriousness, and Reason", 83 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1-2, 360-397 (Symposium, Law and Social Theory). (Reprinted in Critical Legal Thought: An American-German Debate (Joerges & Trubek, eds.))

Freeman, Michael (1999) "Truth and Justice in Bertol Brecht", 11 CARDOZO STUDIES IN LAW AND LITERATURE 197.

Fried, Charles (1987) "Sonnet LXV and the "Black Ink" of the Framers' Intention", 100 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 751

Friedman, Lawrence M. (1989) "Law, Lawyers and Popular Culture", 98 Yale Law Journal 1579

Frug, Mary Joe (1995) "A Postmodern Feminist Legal Manifesto (An Unfinished Draft)", After Identity: A Reader in Law and Culture (Karen Engle & Dan Danielsen eds.) 7-23

Gaaker, Jeanne (1999) "Translation and Judicial Ethos: Some Remarks on James Boyd White's Proposal for the Harmony of the Spheres", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 375-395

Gearey, Adam (1999) "The Bible, Law and Liberation: Towards a Politico-Legal Hermeneutics of the Sermon on the Mount", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 263-283

Gearey, Adam (1999) "Theaters of Justice: Pierre Legendre and the Possibility of Critique: Myth, Law and Shelley's Prometheus Unbound", 11 CARDOZO STUDIES IN LAW AND LITERATURE 135

Geary, Ray (1999) "'Born Pious, Literary, and Legal': Lord Coleridge's Criticisms in Law and Literature", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 463-480

Gemmette, Elizabeth Villiers (1995) "Law and Literature: Joining the Class Action", 29 VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 665

Goldsmith, Andrew (1998) "Is There Any Backbone in This Fish? Interpretive Communities, Social Criticism, and Transgressive Legal Practice", 23 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY 373-428

Goodrich, Peter (1986) "Historical Aspects of Legal Interpretation", 61 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 331-354 (Symposium, Semiotics, Dialectic, and the Law)

Goodrich, Peter (1997) "Maladies of the Legal Soul: Psychoanalysis and Interpretation in Law", 54 WASHINGTON & LEE LAW REVIEW 1035-1074 (Symposium, On Lacan and the Subject of Law)

Goodwin, Jill Tomasson (1999) "The 'Final Struggle': A Discoursal, Rhetorical, and Social Analysis of Two Closing Arguments", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 301-322

Graff, Gerald (1982) "'Keep Off the Grass', 'Drop Dead', and Other Indeterminacies: A Response to Sanford Levinson", 60 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 405-410

Gray Carlson, David (1999) "Duellism in Modern American Jurisprudence", 99 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW 1908 (reviewing Pierre Schlag, The Enchantment of Reason and Pierre Schlag, Laying Down the Law)

Grey, Thomas C. (1984) "The Constitution as Scripture", 37 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1-25

Grey, Thomas C. (1985) "The Hermeneutics File", 58 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 211-236

Griffin, Robert J. (1999) "Anonymity and Authorship." New Literary History 30.4: 877-895.

Hammar, Nancy T. (1986) Book Review, 84 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 974 (reviewing R. Weisberg, The Failure of the Word: The Protagonist As Lawyer in Modern Fiction)

Harrison, Jeffrey L. & Amy R. Mashburn (1989) "Jean-Luc Godard and Critical Legal Studies (because we need the eggs)", 87 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1924-1943

Hartman, Geoffrey (1994) "Is An Aesthetic Ethos Possible? Night Thoughts After Auschwitz", 6 CARDOZO STUDIES IN LAW AND LITERATURE 135

Henry, Robert H. (1998) "Anastaplo's Bible as Legal Literature: A Guide to the Perplexed, Or A Perplexing Guide?", 23 OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 501

Hesse, Carla (1990) "Enlightenment Epistemology and the Laws of Authorship in Revolutionary France, 1777-1793." Representations .30: 109-137

Hoy, David Couzens (1985) "Interpreting the Law: Hermeneutical and Poststructuralist Perspectives", 58 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 135-176

Hutchinson, Allan C. (1985) "Part of an Essay on Power and Interpretation (with suggestions on how to make bouillabaisse)", 60 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 850-886

Hutchinson, Allan C. (1989) "The Three 'Rs': Reading/Rorty/Radically", 103 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 555 (reviewing Richard Rorty, Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity)

Hutchinson, Allan C. (1996) "Democracy and Determinacy: An Essay on Legal Interpretation", 43 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LAW REVIEW 541-576

Hyland, Richard (1990) "Babel: A 'She'ur'", 11 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1585-1612

Jaszi, Peter (1991) "Toward a Theory of Copyright: The Metamorphoses of "Authorship"." Duke Law Journal 1: 455-502

Julius, Anthony (1999) "Art Crimes", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 499-532

Kalman, Laura (1997) "Eating Spaghetti with a Spoon", 49 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 1547

Kandoian, Ellen (1993) "Law from the Perspective of Depth Psychology: A Jungian View", 24 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW 515-560

Kay, Richard (1988) "Adherence to Original Intentions in Constitutional Adjudication: Three Objections and Responses", 82 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 226

Kelman, Mark G. (1984) "Trashing", 36 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 293-347 (Symposium, Critical Legal Studies)

Kennedy, David (1985) "The Turn To Interpretation", 57 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 251-275

Kennedy, Duncan (1976) "Form and Substance in Private Law Adjudication", 89 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1685-1778

Kennedy, Duncan (1979) "The Structure of Blackstone's Commentaries", 28 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 205

Kennedy, Duncan (1996) "Strategizing Strategic Behavior in Legal Interpretation", 1996 UTAH LAW REVIEW 785-825

Klarman, Michael J. (1997) "Fidelity, Indeterminacy and the Problem of Constitutional Evil", 65 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 1739

Knight, J.T. (1993) "Humor and the Law", 1993 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 897

Koffler, Judith Schenck (1989) "Forged Alliance: Law and Literature", 89 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW 1374-1392 (reviewing R. A. Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation, and Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader, S. Levinson & S. Mailloux eds.)

Koffler, Judith (1998) "Three Looking Glasses for Law and Literature", 10 CARDOZO STUDIES IN LAW AND LITERATURE 69 (reviewing Barry R. Schaller, A Vision of American Law, Robin West, Caring For Justice and Theodore Ziolkowski, The Mirror of Justice)

Kornstein, Daniel (2000) "He Knew More: Balzac and the Law", 21 PACE LAW REVIEW 1

Krueger, Christine L. (1999) "Victorian Narrative Jurisprudence", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 437-461

Kutz, Christopher L. (1994) "Just Disagreement: Indeterminacy and Rationality in the Rule of Law", 103 Yale Law Journal 997-1029

Lawrence, Charles R., III (1987) "The Id, the Ego, and Equal Protection: Reckoning with Unconscious Racism", 39 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 317-387

Leedes, Gary C. (1990) "The Latest and Best Word on Legal Hermeneutics", 65 NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW 375 (reviewing Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader, S. Levinson & S. Mailloux eds.)

Legendre, Pierre (1995) "The Other Dimension of Law", 16 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 943-960 (Conference, Law and the Postmodern Mind)

 

 

Nesbit, Molly (1987) "What Was an Author." Yale French Studies 73: 229-257

Rose, Mark (1988) "The Author as Proprietor: Donaldson v. Becket and the Genealogy of Modern Authorship." Representations 23: 51-86

Teilmann, Stina (2000) "Flaubert's Crime: Trying Free Indirect Discourse." Literary Research/ Recherche Littéraire. International Comparative Literature Association 17.33: 74-87

West, Robin L. (1985) "Authority, Autonomy, and Choice: The Role of Consent in the Moral and Political Visions of Franz Kafka and Richard Posner". 99 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1431

West, Robin L. (1985) "Jurisprudence as Narrative: An Aesthetic Analysis of Modern Legal Theory". 60 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 145

West, Robin (1986) "Law, Rights, and Other Totemic Illusions: Legal Liberalism and Freud's Theory of the Rule of Law". 134 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 817-882

West, Robin L. (1986) "Submission, Choice, and Ethics: A Rejoinder to Judge Posner". 99 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1449

West, Robin (1987) "Law, Literature, and the Celebration of Authority". 83 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 977-1011 (reviewing Richard Posner, Law and Literature: A Misunderstood Relation)

West, Robin L. (1988) "Communities, Texts, and Law: Reflections on the Law and Literature Movement". 1 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 129-156.

West, Robin L. (1988) "The Difference in Women's Hedonic Lives: A Phenomenological Critique of Feminist Legal Theory". [a shorter version of an article that appeared in 1987 in 3 WISCONSIN WOMEN'S LAW JOURNAL 81-145.]

West, Robin L. (1996) "The Literary Lawyer" 27 PACIFIC LAW JOURNAL 1187-1210

White, James Boyd (1994) "Teaching Law and Literature." Mosaic 27.4: 1-15

White, James Boyd (1999) "Writing and Reading in Philosophy, Law and Poetry", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 1-20

Wickham, Gary (2000) "Foucault and Gadamer: Like Apples and Oranges Passing in the Night", 76 CHICAGO-KENT LAW REVIEW 913 (Symposium, Philosophical Hermeneutics and Critical Legal Theory)

Williams, Melanie (1999) "Tess of the D'Urbervilles and the Law of Provocation", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 167-190

Wing, Nathaniel (1986) "The Trials of Authority under Louis Bonaparte." The Limits of Narrative. Essays on Baudelaire, Flaubert, Rimbaud and Mallarmé. Cambridge Studies in French. Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, Melbourne, Sydney: Cambridge University Press, 114-133

Witteveen, Willem J. (1999) "The Hidden Truth of Autopoiesis", Law and Literature (Michael D. A. & and Andrew D. E. Lewis eds., Current Legal Issues 1999, Vol. 2, Oxford University Press) 645-665.

Woodmansee, Martha (1984) "The Genius and the Copyright: Economic and Legal Emergence of the "Author"." Eighteenth-Century Studies 17.4: 425-448

Yablon, Charles (1995) "Freud as Law Professor: An Alternative History". 16 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1439-1443 (Conference, Law and the Postmodern Mind)

Zlotnick, David M. (2001) "The Buddha's Parable and Legal Rhetoric". 58 WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW REVIEW 957

 

 





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Levinson, Sanford (1982) Law as Literature, 60 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 373.
Levinson, Sanford (1991) Conversing About Justice, 100 YALE LAW JOURNAL 1855-1878 (reviewing JAMES BOYD WHITE, JUSTICE AS TRANSLATION)
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