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A quirky, funny, quick read that creates characters you want more of. You enter into their life for a brief moment as they confront a crisis. The writing is elegant and simple. The characters draw you in and make you chuckle. I laughed a few times wh ...more
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Who’d expect from its dry title that this book is a lively page-turner—a march through all of American history and a fascinating, gossipy story of battles over the constitutional rights of corporations? You’ll discover lots you didn’t know about fami ...more
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I’ve just started Edith Wharton’s Age of Innocence, an evocation of Old New York and its manners and mores. And the protagonist is a lawyer! - Douglas G. Baird
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Part memoir, part advice manual for startups. This a breezily-written book is full of insights into the intersection of innovation, regulation, and politics. The high peaks and low valleys of these professional adventures, as well as its sharply-draw ...more
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A re-telling of King Lear set in modern day India that takes the antagonists of the play (Goneril, Regan, and Edmund) as the focus. A beautiful and rich examination of how power, status, and subordination shaped each of them. - Nino Guruli
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Something Wonderful Right Away by Jeffrey Sweet
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I have been reading on the history of improvisational comedy, which started in the U.S. in Hyde Park at The University in the mid-1950s. Sweet’s book consists of interviews with key participants in that era, including the Law School’s own Roger Bowen ...more
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