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The authors miscite this case in their list of suggested readings about Scottsboro.
We will not knowingly misrepresent, mischaracterize, misquote, or miscite facts or authorities in any oral or written communication to the court.
Marilyn Minzer et al., Damages in Tort Actions [section] 1.01[3] (1996) (quoting Restatement (Second of Torts [section] 904, through miscites as [section] 940).
However, Dante's reference to the Bible departs even from this spiritualist radicalism, since, as virtually every commentator since Castelvetro has noted,(25) he miscites the Bible by conflating two separate biblical images and ignoring the Bible's own self-exegesis.