Retrieved 288 cases for medium 'Literature'

Sorokin's Goluboe Salo

Houellebecq trial


lady chatterly's lover

"Sophie’s Choice" by William Styron

The Google Adwords Happening

Richard Meyer's book on censorship banned in Canada


The Marshall Cavendish illustrated encyclopedia of family health : doctor's answers / [editors, Edward Horton, Felicity Smart ; Trevor Weston, chief editorial consultant]. 1984, c1983. M. Cavendish,

Lady Chatterley's Lover

One Hundred Years of Solitude

"The Odyssey"

Ovid's "Ars Amatoria" (The Art of Love), "Elegies"



"The Bible"

"The Talmud"

The "Koran"

"La Divina Commedia"," De Monarchia"

"Pantagruel", "Gargentua"

Nuremberg Chronicle

Savonarola's Writings

Machiavelli's, "Discorsi", "Il Principe"

Licensing to print books in Europe

Martin Luther, "Works", "Address to the German Nobility"

"Civil and Canonical Law"

Holt, Rinehart and Winston Health Textbook

Pramoedya Ananta Toer's This Earth of Mankind Banned

Abelard, Pierre "Introductio ad Theologiam" & other works

Michel de Montaigne, "Les Essaies"

Reginald Scott; "A Discovery of Witchcraft"

John Stubbs; "The Discovery of a Gaping Gulf... "

Robert Parsons; "A Conference..."

Index Librorum Prohibitorum

Galilei Galileo, "Dialogo sopra i due Massimi Sistemi... "

William Shakespeare is Bowdlerized

Rene Descartes; "Les Meditations Methaphysiques"

John Milton; Writings of

Blaise Pascal; "Lettres a un Provincial", "Pensées"

Baron Charles Louis Montesquieu; Works of

"The Thousand and One Nights"

John Cleland; "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure... "

Jean-Jacques Rousseau; works of

Diderot; "L'Encyclopedie"

Kant; "Critique of Pure Reason" and other works

Sade, "Justine or the Misfortunes of Virtue", "Juliette"

Goethe, "The Sorrows of Wertherr," "Faust"

Balzac, Novels : "La Comedie Humaine," etc.

Hawthorne "The Scarlet Letter, a Romance"

"Lady Chatterly's Lover" in Chinese

"The Satanic Verses"

Brink, "Au plus noir de la nuit"

Ariel Hidalgo - writer

Baudelaire, "Les Fleurs du Mal"

Cruz Varela - Poet

Cruz Varela - Poet

"Joy of Gay Sex" in Canada

Miguel de Molinos - Author

Garcia Lorca - Literature

Jose Antonio Claros - Literature

Jorge Edwards - Literature

Mario Vargas Llosa - literature

Pablo Molinet - Poet

"Tom Sawyer" and "Huckleberry Finn"

Aldous Huxley's Novels

Understanding Sexual Identity

The Story of Colors / La Historia de los Colores: A Bilingual Storybook from the Jungles of Chiapas

Lorca Works

Saburo Ienega's The New History of Japan

Alaa Hamid's "The Void in a Man's Mind"

Alaa Hamid's "The Void in a Man's Mind"

Jack Mapanje's "Of Chameleons and Gods"

Malawi Censorship Board bans 840 books and 100 periodicals

Daddy's Roommate and Heather Has Two Mommies

The Golem: Jewish Legend

French Banned Books List of 1961

Henry Miller's "Sexus" in France

Maurice Thorez' "Fils du Peuple"

Bismarck, ND School Libraries

Padilla poetry

Holt Health, Garrettsville, OH

"Son of Sam" Law

Peter Abelard, Religious Prohibition

Thomas Paine, Religious Prohibition

The Well of Loneliness

Henry Miller's, Tropic of Cancer

James Joyce, "Ulysses"

Comstock Law Book Banning in U.S.

Lady Chatterly's Lover, D.H. Lawrence

Pietro Aretino's book Sonnetti Lussuriosi

Theodore Dreiser's The Genius

The Sex Side of Life

Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five

Madonna's "Sex" Book

Boixados, Maria Dolores Writings

Australian Censorship

Women's Issues Club, Scarsdale H. S., NY

A Current (1995) Banning Action in Upstate New York

Julia Alvarez, In the Time of the Butterflies

Book, Music, and Videotape Burning at the Harvest Assembly of God Church

Cissy Lacks, high school teacher

Judy Blume, Forever

State v. Douglas D.

Heather Has Two Mommies and Daddy's Roommate and Public Library access policies

Go Ask Alice

The Story of Colors / La Historia de los Colores: A Bilingual Storybook from the Jungles of Chiapas

Parents of Arizona School Children Claim Images of Art Illuminaries Inappropriate for School Children

Irwin Schiff and The Federal Mafia

Czech Publisher Convicted for Distributing Mein Kampf

Books Banned in TurkeyWriters and Publishers Imprisoned

Literature Professor Suspended for Teaching James Joyce

Of Mice and Men

11 year old Student Suspended for Work of Fiction

GA H.S. Student Expelled for Fictional Diary Entry

portnoy`s complaint by philip roth copyright@1967 random house congress catalog number 69-16414

Egyptian police sieze "blasphemous" books from publisher

Indonesian government bans 13 books

Romanian government forbids all languages except Romanian

English court refuses to return marijuana grower's guide

Vietnamese government destroys "poisonous cultural goods"

Pablo Neruda poem brings charges of terrorist propaganda

Chinese officials remove magazine for critical book review

Indonesia bans book, "New Era, New Leader."

South African writer, Madeleine Van Biljon, loses award

Maxime Rodinson's Muhammad removed from American U. in Cairo

Academy of Art University in San Francisco, student expelled

Canada, Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium v. Canada

Texas, adult comic books violate obscenity laws

Turkey, books about Kurdish leader banned and confiscated

Peter Abelard, French philosopher and theologian

Chinua Achebe, Nigerian writer and journalist

Ai Qing, Chinese poet

Anna Akhmatova, Russian poet

Jean-Paul Alata, Prison d'Afrique banned in France, 1977

Henri Alleg, French critic of Algerian occupation

Jorge Amado, Brazilian Communist writer

Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Guillaume Apollinaire, French author, Les Onze Mille Verges

Reinaldo Arenas, exiled Cuban writer

Gabriel Aresti, Basque poet

Pietro Aretino, Italian writer and satirist

Manlio Argueta, Salvadorean fiction writer and poet

Japan, information about atomic bombs' aftermath

Isaak Babel', Russian short Story writer

Charles Baudelaire, French poet

'Abd Al-Wahhab Al-Bayati, Iraqi poet

Pierre Bayle, French writer, philosopher and theologian

Samuel Beckett, Irish novelist and dramacist

Brendan Behan, Irish writer and playwright, Borstal Boy

Mongo Beti, Cameroonian write, France and Cameroon

Princess Marthe Bibesco, Romania

John Biddle, English theologian


East Germany, Wolf Biermann, German poet and songwriter

Francisco Bilbao, Chilean writer

Rup Chand Bista, Nepalese writer and politician

Judy Blume, American writer for adolescents

Enid Blyton, British children's book writer

Esteban Echeverria, Argentine poet and writer

Havelock Ellis, a British sexologist

The "End of the Axis Powers" booklet from India, 1942

Satirical religious writings of Desiderius Erasmus

Andre Brink's novel Looking on Darkness

Hungarian poet Gyorgy Faludy

Ming-Chinese official Fang Xiaoru

Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges

South African poet Breyten Breytenbach

South African poet Dennis Brutus

Russian poet Joseph Brodsky

Jewish intellectual Martin Buber

American beat writer William S. Burroughs

English poet Lord Byron

Indonesian theologian Hamzah Fansuri

Somalian writer Nuruddin Farah

Chinese poet Feng Xuefeng

Louise Fitzhugh's Harriet the Spy

Gustave Flaubert's novel Madame Bovary

Secret Journal 1836-1837 (Tayniye Zapiski 1836-1837 godov)

Litterary censorship in Quebec

The Hobbit

Concord Poetry Center

Arab Authors Push the Limits of Social and Political Freedom


A Wrinkle in Time

Poem removed from gallery because it was found offensive

Book clubs alter novels distributed to schools

Self-censorship by the New York Public Library

Book of poems challenged by Chelsea, Massachusetts Board of Education

Elif Shafak and other writers face charges for “Insulting Turkishness”

Student magazine confiscated and teacher fired

Books under threat of censorship in Arkansas public schools

Saudi Arabian poet Sadiq Melallah beheaded

Algerian writer Tahar Djaout murdered by the Armed Islamic Group

Youssef Sebti, Algerian sociologist, writer and poet assassinated by Islamist activists

Algerian playwright Abdelkader Alloula killed by Islamic extremists

Bangladeshi author and doctor Taslima Nasreen threatened by Islamic fundamentalists

Naguib Mahfouz, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, the victim of an attempted assassination by Islamic extremists

Scholar, historian, and author Saiidi Sirjani murdered in Iranian prison

Indian poet Muhammad Alvi excommunicated

Al-Azhar University compiles a list of 196 books to be banned on moral and religious grounds

Kowetiennes writer, Laila al-Othman, convicted of using indecent language and defamatory expressions in novel.

Kowetiennes scholar and writer, Alia Shuaib, convicted of publishing opinions that ridicule religion blasphemy in a book she published in 1993, "Spiders Bemoan a Wound"

Writer Haydar Haydar declared an apostate and sentenced to death by Islamists in Egypt for his book "A Banquet for Seaweed"

In Egypt, writer, Salaheddin Mohsen is sentenced to three years in prison for atheism and blasphemy against Islam

Simon & Schuster says no to a picture-book containing an image of a child dressed as a witch for Halloween, author/illustrator Ken Robbins finds new publishing house.

Jean Calvin: French theologian and religious reformer who censored and was censored

John Cleland's novel "Memoir of a Woman of Pleasure" censored for two centuries around the world

English pamphlet "The Confessional Unmasked" leads to Hicklin Rule

E.E Cummings' "The Enormous Room" tells of his censorship

Dante's "De Moncarchia" censored by Pope

Blaga Dimitrova: Bulgarian poet, novelist, essayist, and playwright

Ding Ling: Chinese novelist and editor

Theodore Dreiser's books censored in United States

Drugi Obieg (Second Circulation): Polish Unofficial Publishing Network

Romanian Writer Constantin Dumitrescu

Dong Thu Huong: Vietnamese Novelist and Critic

Feminist Book banned in Egypt for "offending religion"

Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary" faced censorship

Ruben Fonseca's book of short stories "Feliz Ano Novo" Censored in Brazil

Eduardo Galeano: Anti-censorship activist and historian

American poet Allen Ginsberg

Nikolai Gogol's masterpiece "Mertvye Dushi: Poema" ("Dead Souls") Censored

Nadine Gordimer Fights Censorship

Maksim Gor'kii Fights and is Overcome by Censorship

Franz Grillparzer Censored by Hapsburgs

J. M. Harcourt's Upsurge banned as Communist propoganda

Desaparicion de Oesterheld y sus hijas 1978

Desaparicion de Oesterheld y sus hijas 1978

Banning of Yan Lianke's novels in China

Romanian Writer B.P. Hasdeu put on trial for infringing on public morals

Sadegh Hedayat's novel, The Blind Owl

German Poet Heinrich Heine

The poetry of Nazim Hikmet

Political Satire in 19th century England

Attempts to punish questioning of Islam in Egypt

James Joyce's "Ulysses"

Milan Kundera's "The Joke"

Poetry of Reiner Kunze

Mikhail Lermontov's "Death of a Poet"

Chinese censorship of Li Zhi

Li Jiantong's biography of Liu Zhidan

Norman Lindsay's "Redheap" becomes first banned novel in Australia

The White Book on Repression in Algeria

Osip Mandel'shtam's Stalin epigram

The Black Envelope

Lowe-Porter's translations of Thomas Mann

The assassination of Georgi Markov

Guy de Maupassant

Peter Matthiessen's book "In the Spirit of Crazy Horse" called under question by US governor and FBI officials

Anti-Spain play banned after Spain threats to sevar all relations with England

Famed dramatist, Arthur Miller, censored and attacked for allegedly criticizing McCarthyism

Henry Miller's novels censored and banned in US due to their sexuall explicitly content

The Marqius de Sade

Edward Said

"Midsummer Dance"

Santo Kyoden

Nineteen Eightyfour

Vom Polizeigriff zum Übergriff

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

The life of Jesus by Gerhard Haderer censored by Greece

Mimis Androulakis's book "Mi Sto Ni" banned by Greek courts.

"Denied Advancement"

Academy of American Poets

Uitgeverij Guggenheimer

Malta sponsoring extreme censorship






















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