Loose Sallies—Essays

Daniel J. Kornstein, Published by Author House LLC, 276 pages, $19.95

, New York Law Journal


 The title of this superb new collection of 44 essays, "Loose Sallies," led me to believe that Daniel J. Kornstein—a highly regarded attorney who has written several books and articles on the law and its relationship to literature—had decided to try his hand at fiction. But an opening note advises that the word "essay" is defined by Dr. Johnson's Dictionary (1755) as "A loose sally of the mind; an irregular undigested piece; not a regular and orderly composition."

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