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Compare the book/film that you have chosen to the literature and films discussed in class. How does your book/film reflect the important themes and concepts contained in such works? Does your book/film refer in some way to the distinction between law and equity? Explain your viewpoint. Is there a “trial” and is it a fair one? Why or why not? Were judgments made and were they made in a “fair” manner? How does the book/film provide insight into the concept of “justice?” Does the book/film conform to the particular law of the period in which it took place? Does it reflect the period in which it was written or filmed? Include some biographical information about the writer or director. How are the characters similar or different to some of the characters we have encountered in our materials? Do the characters conform to the “norms” of their society or not? If not (or if so), do they suffer any consequences as a result? Do the characters face particularly difficult moral dilemmas? How do they deal with them? How is the American legal system portrayed in your book/film? Is it portrayed in a positive or a negative light? Would you recommend the book/film to others?

FINAL PAPER INSTRUCTIONS:
Read a book or watch a film that has NOT been assigned for this course. You may refer
to the list of additional books and films that is posted on Blackboard. You may also
choose a book or a film that is not on that list AS LONG AS YOU OBTAIN MY PRIOR
APPROVAL.
Write a paper (10-15 pages in length) in which you discuss the book/film’s plot. Identify
and discuss the important themes contained in your book/film in some detail utilizing the
concepts discussed in class. Compare the book/film that you have chosen to the literature
and films discussed in class. How does your book/film reflect the important themes and
concepts contained in such works?
Does your book/film refer in some way to the distinction between law and equity?
Explain your viewpoint. Is there a “trial” and is it a fair one? Why or why not? Were
judgments made and were they made in a “fair” manner? How does the book/film
provide insight into the concept of “justice?” Does the book/film conform to the
particular law of the period in which it took place? Does it reflect the period in which it
was written or filmed? Include some biographical information about the writer or
director.
How are the characters similar or different to some of the characters we have encountered
in our materials? Do the characters conform to the “norms” of their society or not? If not
(or if so), do they suffer any consequences as a result? Do the characters face particularly
difficult moral dilemmas? How do they deal with them?
How is the American legal system portrayed in your book/film? Is it portrayed in a
positive or a negative light? Would you recommend the book/film to others?

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