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Tools for Thinking About Censorship


From the Index Librorum Prohibitorum: An etching depicting several robed men throwing books into a fire.

Tools for Thinking About Censorship

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On the Importance of Art Spiegelman’s Maus

Book Bans Affect Everybody — Here’s How You Can Help

Karin Tidbeck’s Amatka and the Use of Language in Dystopian Science Fiction

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Jo Walton March 2019 reading list

Jo Walton’s Reading List: March 2019

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Swords, Lances, and Innuendo: James Branch Cabell’s Jurgen

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New Translation of Grimms’ Fairy Tales Will Include the Original, Bloody, Creepy Stories

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Banned Books Week 2014 Announces Focus on Comics!

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Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere Banned Due to Racy Jumper Fumblings

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You are Guy Montag: Ray Bradbury’s #1 Censorship Concern

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The Outliers: A Tribute to Writers Who Refuse To Stay Silent

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Apple Bans Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga #12 Over Gay Sex Scenes

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