The Bonds of Constitutional Interpretation: Of the Word, the Deed, and the Role, 20 GA. L. REV. 815 (1986)
In these remarks I shall take issue with the theme sounded by
several other scholars in this Symposium-that there is an essential
unity to the interpretive work of law and literature. Indeed, I shall
take issue with one of the principal premises of the Symposium
itself-that law is one of the liberal arts.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Cover, Robert M., "The Bonds of Constitutional Interpretation: Of the Word, the Deed, and the Role" (1986). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2709.