How a book could be uncensored – lessons though a death notice

How a book could be uncensored – lessons though a death notice

Censored and Banned Books have different air about them, – not really the bad boys or bad girls over the libraries but a bit I suppose. I hadn’t considered much before how books become unbanned or uncensored but also just never really looked into it. Then I found this death notice in the NYTimes of Richard H. Hoggart, who’s testifying let Lady Chatterley’s Lover  be published in it’s original form.

 

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