Censors at work : how states shaped literature
A history of censorship begins with Enlightenment authors Voltaire and Rousseau in 18th-century France and continues through Indian authors that were censored during British imperial rule and on to Communist-era East Germany, cataloging the historical and literary effects.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Lyons Public Library||363.31 DAR (Text)