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Political Censorship of the Arts and the Press in Nineteenth-Century

Paperback - 01 January 1989
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Political Censorship of the Arts and the Press in Nineteenth-Century Europe presents a comprehensive account of the attempts by authorities throughout Europe to stifle the growth of political opposition during the nineteenth-century by censoring newspapers, books, caricatures, plays, operas and film. Appeals for democracy and social reform were especially suspect to the authorities, so in Russia cookbooks which refered to 'free air' in ovens were censored as subversive, while in England in 1829 the censor struck from a play the remark that 'honest men at court don't take up much room'. While nineteenth-century European political censorship blocked the open circulation of much opposition writing and art, it never succeeded entirely in its aim since writers, artists and 'consumers' often evaded the censors by clandestine circulation of forbidden material and by the widely practised skill of 'reading between the lines'.

Product Details

ISBN-10: 1349201308

ISBN-13: 9781349201303

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan       

Language: English

Age Range: NA - NA years

Grade Level: NA - NA

Format: Paperback | 232 Pages

Product Dimension (L x W x H): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.45 CM

Shipping Weight: 0.32 Kg

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