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  • '''Location:''' France [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Artist:''' Nicolas Frespech. Frac Languedoc-Roussillon. France '''Location:''' Montpellier (France)
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  • ...rinters who saw it as filth, but eventually Joyce had the book released in France. However, Joyce still found resistance to it in English speaking countries.
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  • ==France== [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' France ...n 1848 Michelet was suspended from his teaching position at the College de France for his outspoken attacks against the Jesuit faith. Then, in 1849, he retu
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  • '''Location:''' France ...to 1930, in which he divorces his first wife, Mona, and leaves to live in France. ''Sexus'' is notable for its explicit sex scenes.
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  • ...book published in France. ''The Total City'' was critically acclaimed in France and Radio Free Europe's Romanian-language service serialized it from Septem
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  • '''Location:''' The Soviet Union (particularly Russia) and France ...inally given permission to take his theater company on tour to Germany and France. Despite being granted permission to perform, his works continued to be cr
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  • ...n to France. In 1983, the version of ''When Africans Clash'' published in France was also banned in DRC. <P>
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France [[Category:France]]
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  • [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' United States, France ...The books are an autobiographical account of a poor expatriate living in France during the early 1930s. With no real narrative plot, the novels follow the
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  • ...irector. He was born in Ghazaouet in western Algeria, and studied drama in France. He joined the Algerian National Theatre upon its creation in 1963 followin
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  • '''Location:''' France, England, Ireland ...gainst changing his work. Many of Beckett's plays were performed uncut in France, Germany and the United States. In 1967 the Lord Chamberlain lost censorsh
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  • '''Location:''' France [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' France '''The Incident:''' France was slowly overcoming a murderous war, its veterans were revered, the adult
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  • '''Location:''' France ...e never claimed authorship of his book because he feared prosecution under France's public obscenity statute, passed in 1898. The law forbid the publishing
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  • '''Location:''' Spain and France [[Category:France]]
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  • |description_of_incident=In 1988 a Catholic extremist group in France set fire to a movie theatre during the screening The Last Temptation of Chr [[Category:France]]
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  • [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Results of Incident:''' In 1994, Duong was permitted to travel to France to accept a medal for her writing. Her books are no longer on sale in Viet
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  • '''Location:''' France [[Category:France]]
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  • ...Artwork:''' Epitaph on the grave : "To the immortal author of ''The Jewish France''" <P> [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' Italy, France 1576 France: Selected maxims from ''[[Il Principe]]'' translated into French, were atta
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  • '''Location:''' Italy, France '''The Incident:''' 1576 France: Selected maxims from ''Il Principe'' translated into French, were attacked
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  • ...he appeal to various international news agencies and friends in Canada and France, with the expectation he would be arrested. The appeal called for the Commu ...aduated Saigon University Medical School, and pursued research in Belgium, France and England. He returned to Vietnam in 1974 to teach endocrinology at the S
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  • ...that the French institutions did not want to create any hostility between France and Iran due to her work. The French government denies they had any politi [[Category:France]]
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  • [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' France [[Category:France]]
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  • '''Location:''' France [[Category:France]]
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  • ...encouraged to leave the country. Many Cuban artists today live in Mexico, France, Spain, Belgium and the U.S.
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France [[Category:France]]
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  • A. It's hard to make a precise comparison. The oppression in (occupied) France must have been much more severe, because it came from abroad. But we're fig
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  • ...in 24 countries. Staged in Paris in 2006.In 2011 new editions published in France by Belfond and in the USA by M.I.P. Company.In 2001 it was published by Mos
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  • '''Location:''' France, England '''The Incident:''' 1542 France: ''Civil and Canonical Law'' forbidden by the Sorbonne. 1555 England: Queen
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  • '''Location:''' France, Italy, Portugal '''The Incident:''' 1318 France-Lombardy: ''De Monarchia'' was publicly burned. 1559 Italy-Rome: "De Monarc
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  • ..."Index" of the Sorbonne and on the Official black list of parliament. 1546 France: The Third book of ''Pantagruel'' was published under Rabelais' own name an ...the divines of the Sorbonne censored the fourth book on publication. 1554 France: Cardinal de Chatillon persuaded Henry II to raise the ban on the works of
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  • ...LAYTITLE:<span style="font-style:italic;">Temoignages et Documents</span> (France)}}
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  • '''Location:''' Egypt, France, Italy, Spain, Soviet Union. ...imonides, the Jewish philosopher, aroused the Christian's resentment. 1244 France-Paris: ''Talmud'' burned on charges of blasphemy and immorality. The book w
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  • '''Location:''' France '''The Incident:''' 1120, in France-Soissons: A provincial synod charged Abelard with religious heresy.
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  • '''Location:''' France, England ...s were frequently subject to censorship because the British objected to to France's "adventurous approach to personal relations". Verdi's opera based on the
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  • '''Location:''' Cameroon, France ...Cameroon. His work harshly criticizes the political relationship between France and Cameroon. <P>
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  • '''Location:''' France, Rome ...nt:''' 1721, France: ''Lettres Persanes'' was published anonymously. 1751, France: The Sorbonne planned but did not carry out a regular censure of the author
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  • '''Location:''' France, Paris ...866 in Belgium in a collection entitled ''Les Epaves'' (''The Waifs''). In France the ban of the six poems was not lifted until 1949.
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  • '''Location:''' France '''The Incident:''' 1770-1780, France: During his service as a secret agent of Louis XV and Louis XVI, Beaumarcha
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  • '''Location:''' France '''The Incident:''' 1657 France: ''Lettres a un Provincial'' burned for being too free with the dignity of
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  • '''Location:''' France, Marseille
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  • '''Location:''' Lille, France, in a high school
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' Florence, France
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  • '''Location:''' France, Italy '''The Incident:''' 1752, France: The first two volumes were suppressed by the King's Council for political
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  • ...criticize the church. He left Chile for Peru and eventually left Peru for France after offending the Peruvian president. <P>
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • ...Rbg; http://www.france24.com/en/20100917-our-body-controversial-exhibition-france-appeal-court-ban-china-prisons-justice-arts
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  • '''Location:''' France ...e des films cinematographiques agreed to ban the film abroad as well as in France. <P>
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  • ...l, organizers of the Francofolies music festival in La Rochelle in Western France '''Location:''' La Rochelle, France
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  • '''Results of Incident:''' Aresti conspired with other Basque writers in France who began creating and publishing openly in Basque. His work, which deline
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  • '''Location:''' Prussia, Rome, France, Nazi Germany
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' Étampes, a community just outside of Paris, France
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  • '''Location:''' Théâtre de la Ville, Paris, France On October 29th, the eve of the shows last performance in France, after a rally was held in which approximately "2,000 far right activists"
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  • ...by the French colonial government. After his imprisonment he returned to France and wrote the book. Two weeks after its publication, ''La Question'' was
    2 KB (248 words) - 10:13, 19 December 2011
  • ...arth'' won the grand prize conferred by the Academie du Cinema de Paris in France; however, it was boycotted throughout the United States. <P>
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France ...:''' ''Le Roi s'amuse (The King Amuses Himself)'' 1832: Set in Renaissance France and depicting the frivolous love affairs of Francis I, while antithetically
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France
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  • '''Location:''' Italy, France, Switzerland and Germany
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  • '''Location:''' France, Geneva ...vin's book ''Institutes of the Christian Religion'', which was censored in France, is widely considered the most important book of the Protestant reformation
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  • '''Location:''' France, Switzerland, Italy, United States, Soviet Union '''The Incident:''' 1762 France: ''Emilie, ou de l'Education'' condemned by the Parliament of Paris to be t
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  • '''Location:''' France ...However, Alata wrote the book in French, it was written while he lived in France and Alata held a French passport. The government also suggested that the p
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  • '''Location:''' England, France, Italy ...published without license in defiance of a restraining ordinance. 1652 in France ''Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio'' was written as a reply to the attack on t
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  • ...as placed on the Index. 1928, Soviet Union: All works banned. 1939, Spain: France purged the libraries of "such disgraceful writers" as Kant.
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  • '''Location:''' Riom, France
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  • '''Location:''' Rome, France, England, 1535 France: Francis I issued an edict prohibiting the printing of books.
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  • '''Location:''' Germany, France, Italy 1521 France: The theological faculties of the University of Paris ordered the Theses bu
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' Mauritania, and France ...ted in Mauritania and Ethmane was charged in absentia, because he lives in France. On 12 February, the four were sentenced to 13 months' imprisonment. Those
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  • '''Location:''' France, Rome '''The Incident:''' 1595 France-Lyons: Certain sections of the unexpurgated edition were banned by the Chur
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  • ...heaters, and was forbidden to travel to the West, although he relocated to France in 1975. <P>
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France
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  • '''Location:''' France '''The Incident:''' 1664, France: ''Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur'' banned from the public stage by Louis XIV w
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  • '''Location:''' Bordeaux, France
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  • ...intings, drawings and prints that Nevinson completed after his return from France and Belgium where he had been sent by the British government as an official
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' France, Holland '''The Incident:''' Bayle, a Huguenot, left France for the Netherlands in 1685, when Louis XIV's government persecuted Protest
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Confronting Bodies:''' Censors, Parlement and Louis XVI of France '''Location:''' France
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France
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  • ...re due to be shown in the Maison Rouge exhibition hall in Paris as part of France's "A Year of Russia." <P>
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  • '''Location:''' France, United States, Italy, England ...stine or the Misfortunes of Virtue'' and later, ''Juliette''. 1955, Paris, France: A complete edition of the works of Sade in 26 volumes, begun in 1947, comp
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  • '''The Incident:''' The imminence of war between the U.S. and France (1798) coupled with the thousands of French refugees in the U.S. created a
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  • ...mmorality Law. He was arrested in 1975 for returning to South Africa from France with a fake passport, having been betrayed to the authorities by the ANC wh
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  • '''Location:''' France ...nterior, stated that the book could not be distributed on the grounds that France could not officially take sides in the conflict. (In fact, the government s
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  • ...in 1791 as a reaction to Edmund Burke's ''Reflections on the Revolution in France'' (1790) which was a scathing denunciation of the French Revolution. In hi ...in England in 1791. Paine was declared a traitor but escaped the Island to France before being tried. Possessing a copy of the book was continually used as
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  • '''Location:''' Paris, France
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  • '''Location:''' France
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  • |location=Avignon, France
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  • |location=Versailles, France
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  • *Goldstein, Robert. Censorship of Political Caricature in Nineteenth-Century France, Kent: Kent State University, 1989. *Grendler, Paul F., "Culture & Censorship in the late Renaissance in Italy& France", pp. 318, Variorum Reprints, London, 1981.
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  • |location=Quebec, CA and France ...ription_of_incident=The music video for "College Boy" is being censored in France and Canada.
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  • |location=Toulouse, France ...louse-france-mounir-fatmi, http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2012/10/10/france-censors-works-by-moroccan-artist-mounir-fatmi-twice-in-one-week/
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  • ...ittle girl who lives in New York now takes a trip with her Nanny to Paris, France. It was published in 1957.
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  • |description_of_incident=Chinese police arrested two Agence France-Presse reporters who attempted to cover the event. They were later released
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  • |location=City of Aubagne, France ...tp://news.artnet.com/art-world/censorship-snuffs-art-bienniale-in-south-of-france-46009
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  • |location=Moustiers Sainte-Marie, France |image=Censored-mural-france.jpg
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  • ...journalist from Dazeddigital.com that Exhibit B would be shown in Russia, France and Chile and elsewhere.
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  • |location=France
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  • ...Bolsonaro, who took office on 1 January and whose administration runs the France-Brazil House cultural centre that hosted the exhibition. ...nced they would stage the banned performance on the street in front of the France-Brazil House at 6pm. A crowd of several hundred gathered. Five armed police
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