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Cultural Studies

The Da Vinci Con

By James Parker
March 26, 2006

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THE OTHER pressing copyright issue of the hour-the matter of Dan Brown's ''The Da Vinci Code"-takes us cartwheeling back through the centuries. On Monday, closing arguments were heard in the case of Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh versus Random House, in which the two plaintiffs have been advancing the claim that ''the whole architecture" of Brown's blockbusting 2003 novel was ... (Full article: 578 words)

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