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Michigan Law ReviewIn Living Speech, White is rooted in his own proper study of the law, but he 'blurs' his work over in many directions, notably to classical drama, poetry, and philosophy, even with indirect traces and hints of theology. The effect is to summon readers—especially, but by no means exclusively, students of law—beyond the conventional limits and procedures of their discipline. . . . His book is an exercise in the humanities of a wise and urgent kind.
— Walter Brueggeman