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Selected Articles and Essays by Albert Borowitz

"The Ring and the Book and the Murder": 54 California Law Review 292-297 (1966).

“Trees”: 3 (1) Circle Review 7 (Spring 1967).

“M. Tullius Cicero for the Defence”: 55 American Bar Association Journal 932-937(October 1969).

“Pricing Problems in Distributor and Franchise Systems”: 38 (2) University of Cincinnati Law Review 222 (Spring 1969).

“Beatrice Foods: Meeting Competition and Buyer Liability”: 22 (1) Case Western Reserve Law Review 54-64 (November 1970). 

“Joint Business Actions by Competitors: Are Any Permissible?”: 32 (4) Ohio State Law Journal (Fall 1971).

“Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti”: 57 American Bar Association Journal 990-995 (October 1971).

"The Snows on the Moors: C. P. Snow and Pamela Hansford Johnson on the Moors Murder Case": 40 American Scholar 708-732 (Autumn 1971).

“The Murder of Mozart”: The Cleveland Orchestra Program (1971-72).

“The Cenci Affair”: 37 (19) Opera News (March 17, 1973).

"Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporation Law: Utopia Limited and the Panama Canal Frauds": 59 American Bar Association Journal 1276-81 (November 1973).

"Salieri and the 'Murder' of Mozart": 59 (2) Musical Quarterly 263-284 (1973).

“Lully and the Death of Cambert": 35 (3-4) The Music Review 231-239 (November 1974).

“Henri De Latouche and the Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson": 3 (3-4) Nineteenth-Century French Studies (Spring-Summer 1975).

“Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C. J. L. Almquist”: 9 (1) The Armchair Detective 17-22 (November 1975).

"Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged": 48 Victorian Newsletter 15-21 (Fall 1975).

“The Jackal and I, or How to do Research in London”: 3 (3) Unicorn 80-82 (Summer 1976).

“New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper”: 9 (3) The Armchair Detective 175-179 (June 1976).

“The Mystery of Edwin Drood”: 10 (1) The Armchair Detective 14-16 (January 1977).

“Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A Yun”: 63 American Bar Association Journal 522-528 (April 1977).

"The Trial of Jane's Aunt": Joan Kahn (ed.), Chilling and Killing 306-331 (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1978).

"'Under Sentence of Death': Some Literary Views on Capital Punishment": 64 American Bar Association Journal 129-1265 (August 1978).

“W. S. Gilbert: Corporate Gadfly”: 29 (2) Harvard Law School Bulletin 18-25 (Winter 1978).

“The Many Rises and Falls of J. Rufus Wallingford”: 12 (1) The Armchair Detective 28-29(Winter 1979).

“The Case of the Plaster Narcissus”: (with Helen Osterman Borowitz) 4 The Gamut 21-28 (Fall 1981).

"'The Sinister Behind the Ordinary': Emlyn Williams's Night Must Fall": 14 (3) Armchair Detective 284-286 (1981).

“Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?”: 9 (4) Forum 16-20 (October 1982).

“Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee - With Hyoscine": 16 (2) The Armchair Detective 208-209 (Spring 1983).

“Children of Darkness: A Newgate Prison Tragic Comedy": 16 (3) The Armchair Detective 330-332 (Summer 1983).

"Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings": 69 American Bar Association Journal 282-286 (March 1983); Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Christmas Murders 49-67 (London: Allison & Busby, 1986).

"The Canton Tragedy": 14 (7) Cleveland Magazine 56, 58, 62 (July 1985).

“The Constitutional Basis of State Antitrust Law and Trade Regulation”: 16 (4) University of Toledo Law Review 879-889 (Summer 1985).

"Finale Marked Presto: The Killing of Leclair": 72 (2) Musical Quarterly 228-238 (1986).

"The Judge's Black Cadillac": Gamut 40-46 (Winter, no. 25, 1988); Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Vintage Car Murders 58-65 (London: Allison & Busby, 1988).

"A Murder in Camelot": Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Vintage Car Murders 196-210 (London: Allison & Busby, 1988).

"The Fatal Charm of Tamzen Parsons": 17 (2) Western Reserve Magazine 35-42 (1989).

"The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills": Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Lady Killers: Famous Women Murderers 55-73 (London: Piatkus, 1990); Roger Wilkes (ed.), The Mammoth Book of Murder and Science 22-41 (New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000).

"A Reader's Revenge": Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Art of Murder 219-227 (London: Piatkus, 1990).

"The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case": 66 American Bar Association Journal 1540-45 (December 1980); Jonathan Goodman (ed.) Medical Murders 231-252 (London: Piatkus, 1991).

"The 'Fatal Attraction' Murder": Jonathan Goodman (ed.), The Modern Murder Yearbook 99-120 (London: Robinson, 1994).

"The First Ripper Book": Camille Wolf (comp.), Who Was Jack the Ripper?: A Collection of Present-Day Theories and Observations 15-16 (London: Grey House Books, 1995).

"Valentine Overboard": 145 (6721) New Law Journal 1762 (November 24, 1995).

"The Murder of the Boy Next Door": 146 (6770) New Law Journal 1754, 1758 (November 29, 1996).

"The Mayflower Murderer": 147 (6818) New Law Journal 1758 (November 28, 1997).

Cleveland Play House Programs

“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Stevenson": Cleveland Play House Program (1975-76).

"Get Rich Quick Wallingford: Cohan's Source: an Ohio Author": Cleveland Play House Program (1976).

“The Sinster Behind the Ordinary”: Cleveland Play House Program (1978-79).

“Children of Darkness: A Newgate Tragicomedy”: Cleveland Play House Program (1981).

“A Great Detective and an Indian Treasure”: Cleveland Play House Program (1982).

“Cole Porter: We’ve Got Him Under Our Skin”: Cleveland Play House Program (1982).

"Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Sign of Four": Cleveland Play House Program (1982).

“Black Coffee - With Hyoscine”: Cleveland Play House Program (1983).

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