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Cardozo, Benjamin N. Law and literature and other essays and addresses. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., (1931). 8vo (22 cm, 8.625"). 190 pp. $95.00
"The essays and addresses brought together in this book may thus be rescued for a while from the oblivion that is the speedy fate of writings, worthy or unworthy, unless durably embalmed. Some have already been printed in journals, and one as part of a volume in company with others. I offer thanks to the publisher for the privilege of reprinting in this form" (Cardozo's preface).
The contents are: Law and literature, A ministry of justice, What medicine can do for law, The American Law Institute, The home of the law, The game of the law and its prizes, and The comradeship of the Bar. Includes bibliographical references.
Publisher's black cloth; gilt of the lettering on spine completely perished. Without the d/j. 1931 ownership signature of Dorothy Straus on front free endpaper. Pencil note on same. A very nice copy, except for the spine lettering. (39563) Please RESHELVE This.
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