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Using Classic and Contemporary Literature to Explore Themes in Law and Politics
Unformatted Document Text:  from” and “freedom to” as depicted in the novel. Which type of freedom do you prefer and why? This paper is due June 15. Midterm Exam (June 18) The Judicial SystemLaw in Literature: The Judicial Process (June 19, Session 1)Readings:Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 1-3 The Judicial SystemLaw in Literature: The Judicial Process (June 19, Session 2)Readings:Honore de Balzac, “How the Pretty Maid of Portillon Convinced Her Judge”Richard Harding Davis, “A Wasted Day” The Judicial SystemLaw in Literature: The Judicial Process (June 20, Session 1)Readings:Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 4-6 Punishment, Retribution, and RedemptionLaw in Literature: Crime and Punishment (June 20, Session 2)Readings:Leo Tolstoy, “Too Dear!” (Gemmette)Franz Kafka, “In the Penal Colony” (Gemmette) Recommended:Albert Camus, The StrangerFyodor Dostoievsky, Crime and PunishmentNathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter Short Paper Project: The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits “cruel and unusual punishments.” With reference to our readings, the four rationales for criminal punishment, and some of the cases discussed in class, discuss whether you think that the language of the Eighth Amendment, and/or other constitutional provisions, prohibits the following: torture and dismemberment, flogging or whipping, excessive or disproportionate prison sentences, and capital punishment. This 3-4 page paper is due June 20. The Judicial SystemLaw in Literature: The Judicial Process (June 21, Session 1)Readings:Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 7-8 Page | 30

Authors: Fliter, John.
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from” and “freedom to” as depicted in the novel. Which type of freedom do you prefer and why? This
paper is due June 15.
Midterm Exam (June 18)
The Judicial System
Law in Literature: The Judicial Process
(June 19, Session 1)
Readings:
Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 1-3
The Judicial System
Law in Literature: The Judicial Process
(June 19, Session 2)Readings:
Honore de Balzac, “How the Pretty Maid of Portillon Convinced Her Judge”
Richard Harding Davis, “A Wasted Day”
The Judicial System
Law in Literature: The Judicial Process
(June 20, Session 1)
Readings:
Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 4-6
Punishment, Retribution, and Redemption
Law in Literature: Crime and Punishment
(June 20, Session 2)
Readings:
Leo Tolstoy, “Too Dear!” (Gemmette)
Franz Kafka, “In the Penal Colony” (Gemmette)
Recommended:
Albert Camus, The Stranger
Fyodor Dostoievsky, Crime and Punishment
Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
Short Paper Project: The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits “cruel and unusual
punishments.” With reference to our readings, the four rationales for criminal punishment, and some of
the cases discussed in class, discuss whether you think that the language of the Eighth Amendment,
and/or other constitutional provisions, prohibits the following: torture and dismemberment, flogging or
whipping, excessive or disproportionate prison sentences, and capital punishment. This 3-4 page paper is
due June 20.
The Judicial System
Law in Literature: The Judicial Process
(June 21, Session 1)
Readings:
Franz Kafka, The Trial, Chapters 7-8
Page | 30


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