Authors in Court by Mark Rose
Scenes from the Theater of Copyright

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Certainly, for all the dense descriptions and close argument which are central to Mr. Rose’s enterprise here, he does manage to convey the drama inherent in each of his very different case studies.
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Mark Rose uses case studies to show how gender and gentility have influenced the self-presentation of authors in court and how the personal styles, public personas, and histories of novelists, dramatists, poets, photographers, and cartoonists have influenced the development of legal doctrine around issues of copyright.
 

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Mark Rose is Research Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
 
Published June 6, 2016 by Harvard University Press. 232 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Martin Rubin on Jul 17 2016

Certainly, for all the dense descriptions and close argument which are central to Mr. Rose’s enterprise here, he does manage to convey the drama inherent in each of his very different case studies.

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