The authors take a critical look at the current law's inclination to protecting form within a literary work, as they look towards the possibility of a law which protects the creation of a genre. They use the history of the detective story to argue their point and tackle possible enforcement difficulties. I.P.Q. 1999, 4, 471-486
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