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Plagiarism the "art" of stealing literary material

Author: Maurice Salzman
Publisher: Los Angeles, Parker, Stone & Baird Co. ©1931.
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Salzman, Maurice.
Plagiarism.
Los Angeles, Parker, Stone & Baird Co. c1931
(OCoLC)578133459
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Salzman
OCLC Number: 1433777
Description: xv [1] 268 pages 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Robert Hughes --
I. The subject --
II. The romance of copyright --
III. What is plagiarism? (Generally) --
IV. What is plagiarism? (Legally) --
V. Plagiaristically speaking --
VI. "Pigs is pigs" and plagiarists are thieves / Ellis Parker Butler --
VII. Plot versus treatment --
VIII. Emotions, like ideas, not copyrightable --
IX. Component parts of plagiarism case --
X. Theme not copyrightable --
XI. Taking material matter required --
XII. Authors may draw from same source --
XIII. Public domain of literature --
XIV. The universality of an idea --
XV. Similarities not always plagiarism --
XVI. Incidents, episodes and scenes pirated --
XVII. Historical facts not protected --
XVIII. Facts in public domain not protected --
XIX. Proving access to source material --
XX. Facts not copyrightable nor protected --
XXI. Fiction given as fact not copyrightable --
XXII. Prior use of title will protect it --
XXIII. One may not imitate too closely --
XXIV. Plagiarist in one state, not in another --
XXV. Alleged or proven plagiarisms --
XXVI. Protection of literary property.
Responsibility: by Maurice Salzman ...

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