Ulysses Novel Obscenity Trial
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- James Joyce and Censorship: The Trials of "Ulysses" - JStor
- JAMES JOYCE AND CENSORSHIP: THE TRIALS OF "ULYSSES," by. Paul Vanderham ... made in United States courtrooms that the book was obscene and that.
- The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses
- for James Joyce's Ulysses, Birmingham sets ... government's right to a jury trial, thereby ensuring that Judge ... standard measured a book's obscenity by its most.
- The Case of James Joyce's Ulysses in America - TU Law Digital ...
- Ulysses had run aground on the shoals of the obscenity law. With his masterpiece far from ... (recounting the events of the trial of The Little Review's editors).
- A Tendency to Deprave and Corrupt - Washington University Open ...
- bookstore, in the battle to publish James Joyce's Ulysses in the United. States. ....
- A Howl of Free Expression: the 1957 Howl Obscenity Trial and ...
- Apr 28, 2015 A Howl of Free Expression: the 1957 Howl Obscenity Trial and ..... century, Ulysses, by James Joyce, had been banned in 1920 due to its ...
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- “The Most Dangerous Book”: When “Ulysses” was obscene
- That trial serves as the culmination of Kevin Birmingham's astute and gorgeously written “The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's 'Ulysses,'” an account of the tortuous path Joyce's masterpiece took to print.
- Want to Understand James Joyce's Ulysses? Read About Its Obscenity Trial.
- So, you've decided to read Ulysses. Mazel tov! Sláinte!
- 'The Most Dangerous Book,' About Joyce's 'Ulysses'
- that some of the government's biggest objections about the novel's expression of female sexuality are wildly outdated. A 1921 obscenity trial centered on how the “Nausicaa” episode, published in The Little Review, described young Gerty MacDowell on the ...
- Stop Expressing Yourself
- The famous obscenity trials against James Joyce's so-called dirty novel Ulysses (1922) are in our rearview mirror. Lawrence Ferlinghetti can freely disseminate Allen Ginsberg's Howl (1955). Cinema proprietor Jonas Mekas can screen Jack Smith's ...
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- United States v. One Book Called Ulysses - Wikipedia, the free ...
- Random House, as claimant and intervenor, sought a decree dismissing the action, contending that the book was not obscene ...
- Obscenity trial of Ulysses in The Little Review - Wikipedia, the free ...
- The obscenity trial over the publication of James Joyce's Ulysses in The Little Review , an American literary magazine, occurred in 1921 and effectively banned ...
- “The Most Dangerous Book”: When “Ulysses” was obscene - Salon ...
- Jun 15, 2014 James Joyce's “Ulysses” changed literature and the world, not ... 1922, was the most famous obscenity trial in U.S.
- Ulysses Trial: 1933 - Encyclopedia.com
- Date of Trial: November 25-26, 1933. Verdict: The book was ruled not obscene. SIGNIFICANCE: Judge John Woolsey's decision in the Ulysses case marked a ...
- The Most Dangerous Book reviewed: James Joyce's Ulysses is ...
- Jun 5, 2014 You're surely aware that it's a “difficult” book—the difficult book—but no fear, ... to understand Ulysses, you should read about its obscenity trial.
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