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Books prohibited in Eire under the Censorship of publications acts, as on 19th February, 1948.

Eason and Son, ltd., publishers, Dublin.

Books prohibited in Eire under the Censorship of publications acts, as on 19th February, 1948.

by Eason and Son, ltd., publishers, Dublin.

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Published in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prohibited books -- Bibliography,
  • Censorship

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    Cover title.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination66 p.
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14931867M

      In March of this year, the Irish Censorship of Publications Board took measures to ban its first book in 18 years, titled "The Raped Little Runaway," by Author: Cathy Hayes.   Books are banned for any number of reasons. Whether the controversial content they contain has been found "offensive" on political, religious, sexual, or other grounds, they are removed from libraries, bookstores, and classrooms in an effort to keep the public from being harmed by ideas, information, or language that does not conform to societal : Esther Lombardi.

      The writing and publication history of Ulysses was shaped by individuals and organisations trying to censor it, outraged by its explicit references to the human body and its iconoclasm. David Bradshaw describes the reactions to James Joyce's novel on both sides of the Atlantic, from its initial magazine serialisation in to the s. The Edict of Châteaubriant issued on J , prohibited possessing any books listed on the University's Index; translating the Bible or works of the Church Fathers; importing books from Geneva and other places not under the Church's control; or printing or selling of any religious books written in the last 40 years.

    Sex, violence, greed, money, sport, defiance, music, books, religion, recriminations, revenge, reconciliation and redemption. The story of the last years is a gutsy one. It is a story of the. prohibition, legal prevention of the manufacture, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages, the extreme of the regulatory liquor modern movement for prohibition had its main growth in the United States and developed largely as a result of the agitation of 19th-century temperance ians have pointed out that alcohol consumption rose dramatically in the 19th cent.


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book of publications acts, as on 19th February, [Eason & Son.; Ireland.;] -- This list is not official, and is issued for the information of the book trade. History. Following the creation of the Irish Free State in a Committee on Evil Literature was appointed inreporting to the Department of Censorship of Publications Acts of followed, and established the Censorship of Publications could be banned that were considered to be indecent or obscene, as could newspapers whose content relied too much on crime.

The Censorship of Publications Board is an independent board established by the Censorship of Publications Act, to examine books and periodicals that are for sale in the Republic of Ireland. It is governed by the Censorship of Publications Acts ofand The Board has the authority to prohibit any book or periodical that they find to be obscene.

This makes it illegal to buy, sell or distribute that publication. Ireland's history of censorship, almost exclusively of its own making, is a familiar topic in Ireland, so familiar that the government now publishes critiques of its own censorship.

Carlson covers that history in a concise introduction, a useful bibliography, and appendixes of historically significant : Article 19 (Organization). The Censorship of Publications Act was an act "to make provision for the prohibition of the sale and distribution of unwholesome literature and for that purpose to provide for the establishment of a censorship of books and periodical publications, and to restrict the publication of reports of certain classes of judicial proceedings and for other purposes incidental to the matters aforesaid".

It established the Censorship of Publications. The Index Librorum Prohibitorum (List of Prohibited Books) was a list of publications deemed heretical or contrary to morality by the Sacred Congregation of the Index (a former Dicastery of the Roman Curia), and Catholics were forbidden to read them without permission.

There were attempts to censor individual books before the sixteenth century, notably the ninth-century Decretum Glasianum.

The State’s Censorship of Publications Board has banned a book for the first time in 18 years. The book, The Raped Little Runaway, by Jean Martin.

was deemed “indecent or obscene” by the board. Censorship of Publications Act, _____ DUBLIN: IMPORTANT. The Register of prohibited. books. is in two Parts. Part 1 contains particulars of books prohibited on the ground that they were. indecent or obscene. The prohibition order in respect of any book named in Part 1 will cease to have effect on the 31st December following the.

twelfth. CENSORSHIP OF PUBLICATIONS ACTS, TO REGISTER OF PROHIBITED PUBLICATIONS. Alphabetical list of books prohibited on the ground that they were indecent or obscene (correct to 31st December, ).

Alphabetical list of books prohibited on the ground(s) that they were indecent or obscene and/or that they advocate the procurement ofFile Size: KB. AN ACT TO MAKE FURTHER AND BETTER PROVISION FOR THE CENSORSHIP OF BOOKS AND PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS.

[13th February, ] BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS AS FOLLOWS:— Definitions. 1.—In this Act— the expression “the Act of ” means the Censorship of Publications Act, (No.

21 of ). an act to make provision for the prohibition of the sale and distribution of unwholesome literature and for that purpose to provide for the establishment of a censorship of books and periodical publications, and to restrict the publication of reports of certain classes of judicial proceedings and for other purposes incidental to the matters aforesaid.

There are also magazines banned. Books in Ireland can be banned for two reasons: For being indecent or obscene or for advocating the procurement of abortion or miscarriage, or the use of any. The Censorship Board provided under The Censorship of Publications Act of and in the Republic of Ireland could prohibit the sale and distribution of a book that was not only ‘indecent or obscene’ but also that advocated ‘the unnatural prevention of conception or the procurement of abortion or miscarriage or the use of any method.

Censorship of Publications Act, Where a person who carries on the business of selling or distributing books or periodicals or other publications is charged with an offence under this section it shall be a good defence to such charge to prove that he committed the act alleged to constitute such offence in the ordinary course of his said.

The Censorship of Publications Board put a prohibition order on all editions of 'The Raped Little Runaway', written by Jean Martin. The order applies to to all editions of the book by any. Yeats died in in France but his body was finally laid to rest in Ireland in to the censorship of publications board.

In February the Rev JA Twomey protested “against the Author: Mark O’Brien. The electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB) comprises the Acts of the Oireachtas (Parliament), Statutory Instruments, Legislation Directory, Constitution and a limited number of pre Acts.

Censorship of Publications Act, Prohibition orders in respect of books. 7.—If the Censorship Board, having duly examined a book, are of. The Censorship of Publications Act () was an effort by the Irish Free State Government to protect the population from literature that was seen in the early to mid-twentieth century as immoral or indecent.

Under the Act, a Censorship Board was set up that had the power to ban certain publications from being distributed in the country. This collection of interviews was edited by Julia Carlson for Article International Centre on Censorship, a watchdog organization named for Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

This book documents for the first time the full impact-personal, artistic, intellectual-of censorship Manufacturer: Univ of Georgia Pr. Under the Proclamation, Irishwomen were given equal citizenship, suggested in Church and State in Modern Ireland, () that the Constitution was “one more instance of the movement regardless the books banned by the Censorship of Publications Act were Family.

We Exercise the Power is a project I have been researching for the last six months through regular visits to the Irish Censorship Office to view the official Register of books that were banned in Ireland under the Censorship of Publications Act of When a book was deemed unfit for Irish readers, due either to themes of general indecency, obscenities, religious views, the .Much of the scholarly focus on the act has been on its impact on literature and Ireland’s artistic community, yet under its terms a maximum fine of £50 could be imposed for the publishing of a banned book, whilst under the section ‘Offences in Relation to the Publication of Reports of Judicial Proceedings’ the more severe penalties cited.