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Law School

Seminar: Law and Literature
LAWS 8458, 2 semester hours, Section 001, Class No. 12188
Session M: May 12–30, 2014
Gabrielle Stafford

Focuses on the question of what literature can teach lawyers through a variety of literary works and films. Covers traditional works by Shakespeare, Tolstoy, Camus, Kafka, and Melville, as well as more contemporary works by Toni Morrison and Norman Mailer. Several short reflection papers, a journal, and a final paper will be required.