Many civil rights and mass torts lawsuits, including cases similar to the one at the heart of Amelia Elkins Elkins, could never happen if Congress
Recently, Moppet Books, led by Frederik Colting and Melissa Medina, launched a series of so-called “learning guides” for children based on classic novels for adults.
Should a person’s motive for getting married matter when they get divorced? The North Dakota Supreme Court considered this question, among others, in Degnan v.
Patricia Park’s Re Jane—a contemporary Korean American retelling of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre–had been collecting dust on my virtual “To Be Read” shelf for quite
Curtis Sittenfeld’s Eligible is more than a romance, much like the novel on which it is based: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. As I said
Literature is full of awkward attempts at romance. Here are a few of my favorite examples, including two from a certain someone who turns 200-years-old