October 2, 2010


Roberts, Elizabeth Madox, The Time of Man (1926) (Lexington: U. of Kentucky Press, 2000) (" 'Law is a good thing but how you look at it makes a difference, and which side you're on, and how people look at what you done. Law is fine if you get on the good side of it. It's all owen to which part gets law on his side. But once you get it on the contrary side, why you might see a sight of worry from it.' " Id. at 293. " 'I aim to read books,' Dick said. 'There's more than a million books in the world and I've not read e'er one yet. I aim to know everything. I aim to read a heap of books. It's in books is found the wisdom of the world, they say.' " Id. at 370.)