I usually only ask one trivia question per day. But as I'm working on my essay review of David Rabban's important and imminently forthcoming volume on late-nineteenth century jurisprudence and historical thought I've been reading some of articles of those who critiqued the historical school. One article begins with a vignette from Huck Finn about how Huck and Tom used a pick axe but called it a "case-knife" to free Jim. I had completely forgotten about this, but what a great illustration of a fiction it is. And in fact the author used it to illustrate a legal fiction.
All that leads to a pretty cool trivia question: what is the first law review article to cite Huck Finn? (You may recall this is akin to other trivia questions I've had, such as what is the first law review article to cite Barack Obama?)