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There's an old Midwestern joke about a small-town cop sent out to make a report of a dead horse at the corner of Fourth and Vercingetorix. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Allen Smalling
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Wonderful book. Historical explanations as well as practical tips. I bought it to teach a class and, yes, I gave Posner full credit for the whole speech!Published on July 21, 2014 by Aphrodite K. Konduros
The book is quite intellectually engaging. It explores on the very concept, etymology, and evolution of what we understand of plagiarism.Published on June 23, 2014 by Jake del Puerto
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This work has much to recommend; it is concise, incisive, and erudite. The author draws upon art, classical and contemporary literature including drama, fiction, and poetry, as... Read morePublished on April 25, 2011 by Berglund Center for Internet Studies
The author shares his insightful thoughts in a witty and funny style of writing. A pleasure little book good for subway reading.Published on March 31, 2011 by Kindle Customer
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