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CENSORSHIP SESSION 3: BANNED BOOKS (Dallas Institute)

Can we have a civil conversation about censorship? The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is about to find out. Partnering with The Dallas Morning News, Deep Vellum Publishing, and the Dallas Public Library, the institute is presenting a series of free panels.

SESSION 3: An in-depth look at banned books in the U.S., from Huckleberry Finn to To Kill a Mockingbird. A review and discussion of Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s classic treatment of censorship, which is as relevant today as when it was published in 1951. Venue: Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture

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On Small Presses & Translations + 2014: The Year of Reading Women in The Guardian

Following up on the big brouhaha over the “Global Novel” panel from the Jaipur Literature Festival I posted yesterday, The Guardian’s Books section (comfortably nested under the just-broad-enough Culture heading) has posted a couple more articles about trends in translation, independent publishing, and the need to read more women authors that is completely putting to shame our […]

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