The books reviewed in this article represent five of the seventeen property casebooks in general circulation. These nine reviews of five books also demonstrate one of the continuing tensions for Property teachers. Property teachers not only face the usual problem of coverage versus depth (exacerbated by the cut in hours), but we also have the problem that Gertrude Stein posed for Oakland-that it sometimes seems as if there is no there.
John W. Weaver, Why Isn't This Man Smiling?, 22 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 867 (1999).