'Write no more': 10 books that were banned: Banned Books Week Matthew Fellion and Katherine Inglis on works that have been subject to silencing or censorship

Katherine Inglis, Matthew Fellion

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Abstract

Literary censorship is not limited to books that have been formally banned by schools or governments. Other forms of silencing, such as coerced self-censorship, can be all the more effective for being less visible. This article discusses ten literary works, including some notable banned books and examples of the censorship that lurks beyond the bans.
Original languageEnglish
TypeArticle on newspaper
Media of outputPrint and online
PublisherThe Guardian
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sep 2017

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