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In the song “Natalie Cook” from the musical podcast “36 Questions,” a married couple deals with the fallout from the husband’s discovery that his wife is really an individual named Judith, who “built a past / Made up a history / Details that fit this person named / Natalie.” When the husband accuses the wife, “You’re the one who made her up,” Natalie/Judith responds, “It was a bit more collaborative than you’re remembering.”


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Intimate Lies and the Law by Jill Elaine Hasday, Oxford University Press, 2019.

Unsettled Waters: Rights, Law, and Identity in the American West by Eric P. Perramond, University of California Press, 2018.

Loving Justice: Legal Emotions in William Blacstone's England by Kathryn D. Temple, NYU Press, 2019.

Jurist in Context: A Memoir by William Twining, Cambridge University Press, 2019.

The Assault on American Excellence by Anthony Kronman, Free Press, 2019.