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Adewale Maja-Pearce

Adewale Maja-Pearce  

(1953– ),British-Nigerian writer, born in London of British and Yoruba parents; he grew up in Lagos and was educated at the University College of Wales, Swansea, and London University's School ...
Art and Images

Art and Images  

The European Court of Human Rights has declared that “those who create, perform, distribute or exhibit works of art contribute to the exchange of ideas and opinions which is essential ...
censorship

censorship  

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1. Any regime or context in which the content of what is publically expressed, exhibited, published, broadcast, or otherwise distributed is regulated or in which the circulation of information is ...
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Index Expurgatorium a list of passages to be deleted from a book before it was considered fit for reading by Roman Catholics; a list of authors considered fit to read only after the removal of ...
press regulation

press regulation  

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*Freedom of the press remains an index for freedom of speech in most countries. As the UK Privy Council declared, however, as cited by a Queensland government minister during the ...
Stephen Spender

Stephen Spender  

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(b. London, 28 Feb. 1909; d. London, 16 July 1995)Poet and critic. With Auden at Oxford University, Spender became known as a left-wing poet in the 1930s and wrote ...
Thiong'o, Ngugi, wa

Thiong'o, Ngugi, wa  

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Formerly known as James T. Ngugi (1938– ), Kenyan novelist. Weep Not, Child (1964), a novel of childhood that draws largely from his own upbringing and mission‐school education, ends by rejecting the ...

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