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REPRESENTING JUSTICE Stories of Law and Literature

by | Read by Susan Sage Heinzelman

Contemporary Culture • 12 hrs. • Audio Program • © 2006

Both literature and law define the parameters of culture and reflect the value systems of individuals and societies. Far from being separate and unrelated entities, however, the two have intertwined since the beginning of time. Dr. Heinzelman explores the relationship between them, examining religious traditions, actual legal cases, fictional representations of actual cases, and pure fiction on the subject of law, with some history of feminism added for good measure. Heinzelman's melodic speaking style lulls rather than excites, and the listener must work to stay focused on the esoteric material. If Heinzelman finds any humor, tragedy, passion, or moments of discovery in the subject matter, her delivery hides them well. R.L.L. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT/ NOV 06]



Library Ed. • The Teaching Company • 2006

CS ISBN 1598031406 $34.95 • Twelve cassettes

CD ISBN 1598031422 $49.95 • Twelve CDs

DD ISBN $34.95

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