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Censors and their readers: selling, silencing, and reading Czech Books

Smejkalová, Jirina (2001) Censors and their readers: selling, silencing, and reading Czech Books. In: Books, libraries, reading & publishing in the cold war. Center for the Book, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, pp. 87-103. ISBN 084441056X

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Abstract

This historic and important work is based on a series of papers presented at the 1998 International Federation of Library Associations conference in Paris. The work contains 26 essays focusing on the effects the Cold War had on Western and Communist libraries, publishers, cultural diplomacy, political censorship and the freedom to read. As a whole, this well-written work illuminates one of the most turbulent eras of library history

Additional Information:This historic and important work is based on a series of papers presented at the 1998 International Federation of Library Associations conference in Paris. The work contains 26 essays focusing on the effects the Cold War had on Western and Communist libraries, publishers, cultural diplomacy, political censorship and the freedom to read. As a whole, this well-written work illuminates one of the most turbulent eras of library history
Keywords:Censorship, Reading, Publishing, Czechoslovakia
Subjects:P Mass Communications and Documentation > P400 Publishing
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Film & Media > Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media)
ID Code:635
Deposited On:24 May 2007

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