Copyrights and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and how it Threatens Creativity
NYU Press, 2003 - 255 lappuses
An in-depth look at American copyright law and the flaws of its current legal framework
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The book opens with an examination of Mark Twain's role in defining the terms of debate for literary copyright in the first decade of the century .
... where it once was.5 As literary historian Michael Warner explains in his book The Letters of the Republic , the idea of a public sphere was central to ...
French literary theorist Roland Barthes , in a 1968 essay called " The Death ... to understand how European and American literary culture has arrived at its ...
The earliest landmark cases in British copyright discuss " the great question of literary property . " 13 And as we will see , Mark Twain invoked property ...
This aesthetic is clearest within African American oral , literary , and musical traditions.15 Zora Neale Hurston , in an anthropological essay on African ...
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