Rosen, Jeffrey
March 1995
New Republic;3/13/95, Vol. 212 Issue 11, p46
Focuses on several theatrical performances that illustrate the use of storytelling technique in legal scholarship. Views of Alan Dershowitz regarding the concept of storytelling; Theme of the theatrical production "The Merchant of Venice," which was presented at the Public Theater in New York City; Characters of the drama "The Merchant of Venice."


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