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This little volume contains seven of the graceful and charming essays for which the distinguished Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals is famous. Originally delivered as addresses, they are not, of course, of the epoch-making quality of his lectures on the judicial process. They do, however, give an intimate and revealing picture of the man himself and will be especially welcome to his many friends for this reason.
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Book Review: Law and Literature and Other Essays and Addresses, 40 Yale Law Journal 1011 (1931)