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Law and Literature
Sometimes recurring stories are hidden from view and remain beyond the reach of law until they are brought to light because of a change in social or legal context. And sometimes recurring stories are readily available to serve as analogies to a present controversy. My paper suggests both types of stories can be categorized as "exemplary" narratives-that is, narratives that are capable of moving the law or legal decisions. To show how and why certain narratives attain exemplary status, I trace adoi:10.1525/lal.2013.25.3.337 fatcat:cycqre5spjeelo6wvnckgrrca4