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  • Frightful Stage, Theby Robert Justin Goldstein

    Berghahn Books 2009; US$ 34.95

    In nineteenth-century Europe the ruling elites viewed the theater as a form of communication which had enormous importance. The theater provided the most significant form of mass entertainment and was the only arena aside from the church in which regular mass gatherings were possible. Therefore, drama censorship occupied a great deal of the ruling... more...

  • Theatre Censorshipby David Thomas; David Carlton; Anne Etienne

    Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 109.99

    Using previously unpublished material from the National Archives, David Thomas, David Carlton, and Anne Etienne provide a new perspective on British cultural history. Statutory censorship was first introduced in Britain by Sir Robert Walpole with his Licensing Act of 1737. Previously theatre censorship was exercised under the Royal Prerogative. By... more...

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