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The Cover-up General. Banned in the Netherlands by court order in as a former spy of Dutch military intelligence claimed she was described falsely in this Srebrenica book. Banned in September in Lebanon after Catholic leaders deemed it offensive to Christianity. Banned in Ireland for obscenity. Banned briefly in Spain. The Devil's Discus. Banned in Thailand in Banned in Yugoslavia by court order in , at request of Mirko Tepavac, because "some definitions can cause disturbance among citizens". When its author, Boris Pasternak , won the Nobel Prize for Literature in he was forced to reject it under government pressure.

Banned for obscenity in Canada in , Ireland in , and Australia from to and to c. Banned in Australia from until Elmer Gantry as a protagonist who prefers easy money, booze, and "enticing young girls" over saving souls, all while converting a traveling tent revival crusade into a profitable and permanent evangelical church and radio empire for his employers. Elmer Gantry also widely denounced from pulpits across the United States at the time of its initial publication.

Fanny Hill or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure. Banned in the US in for obscenity, then again in This was the last book ever banned by the US government. Note that other books have been banned since by court orders. Banned in Egypt and several other Arab states, and even resulted in a belated angry reaction from the clerics of Al-Azhar University upon reprinting in Egypt in the year The clerics issued a fatwa banning the novel, and accused Haidar of heresy and offending Islam. Al-Azhar University students staged huge protests against the novel, that eventually led to its confiscation.

The Federal Mafia. Fifty Shades Trilogy. The entire trilogy was banned in Malaysia from for containing "sadistic" material and "threat to morality". The First Circle Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. After Nikita Khrushchev was removed from power in , all current and future works by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn were banned in the Soviet Union. This work details the lives of scientists forced to work in a Stalinist research center.

Banned in fourteen states in the US, and by Australia in as "a collection of bawdiness, amounting to sex obsession. Banned in apartheid South Africa in for containing "obscene" or "indecent" material. Banned in Indonesia in , for containing "subversive" material, including an attempt to promote Marxist—Leninist thought and other Communist theories. As of , the ban is still in effect. The Gods Laugh on Mondays Was banned in Iran after men torched its publication house. The Grapes of Wrath Was temporarily banned in many places in the US. In the state of California in which it was partially set, it was banned for its alleged unflattering portrayal of area residents.

Currently banned in Gujarat, a state in western India, for suggesting that Mahatma Gandhi had a homosexual relationship. Gujarat's state assembly voted unanimously in favour of the ban in April The Gulag Archipelago Banned in the Soviet Union because it went against the image the Soviet Government tried to project of itself and its policies. Banned in Brazil by the censorship during the military regime. Banned in the Philippines in for obscenity, then again in This was the last book ever banned in Batasan Hills Quezon City.

Banned by the Indian government in on grounds of being "repulsive". Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule. The Gujarati translation of Hind Swaraj was banned by the British authorities on its publication in India. The Hoax of the Twentieth Century. Classified as "hate literature" in Canada with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police destroying copies as recently as The first book to be banned by the Irish Free State. Republished in The House of the Spirits.

Banned in Pinochet's Chile. An example of a class of books banned in Australia that "promote, incite or instruct in matters of crime or violence". The books was banned by the Portuguese government without any clear reason. According the author, one possible reason was because he was from the "current of thought what claims that the discovery of Brazil happened 'by randon'". Copies of the first edition seized by San Francisco Customs for obscenity in March ; after trial, obscenity charges were dismissed.

Banned in Eritrea in for its criticism of President Isaias Afewerki [70] [ failed verification ]. Kevin Gaughen. Banned in New Zealand in ; subsequently unrestricted in the same year. Banned in Maharashtra, India in , after its publishing on grounds that it promotes communal disharmony between Hindus and Muslims. The Danish military tried to ban the book September for national security reasons; a court rejected the ban as the book was already leaked in the press and on the Internet. Jinnah: India-Partition-Independence Temporarily banned in Gujarat , India in August Jinnah of Pakistan Banned in Pakistan for recounting Jinnah 's taste for wine and pork.

Banned during the Apartheid-era in South Africa. In , it was banned in East Germany for its incompatibility with Communism. The King Never Smiles Banned in Thailand for its criticism of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Lady Chatterley's Lover Temporarily banned in the United States and the United Kingdom for violation of obscenity laws; both bans were lifted in and , respectively. Banned in Bangladesh , [84] [85] and a few states of India. Other books by her were also banned in Bangladesh or in the Indian state of West Bengal. Amar Meyebela My Girlhood , , the first volume of her memoir, was banned by the Bangladeshi government in for "reckless comments" against Islam and the prophet Mohammad.

Under pressure from Indian Muslim activists, the book, which was published in West Bengal as Dwikhandita , was banned there also; some 3, copies were seized immediately.

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Written by a newspaper reporter about the Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka case, this book allegedly contains inaccuracies, additionally, complaints were received by the St. Catharines library board from the mother of a victim that led to the book being removed from all public library branches in the city. Little Black Sambo Banned in Japan — to quell "political threats to boycott Japanese cultural exports", although the pictures were not those of the original version.

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The Lonely Girl Banned in England in where it was found obscene, and is currently the last book to be banned in the UK. The judge ordered the remaining print run to be destroyed. The ban was lifted at the Appeal Courts in July but the book remains out of print. Banned in South Africa during Apartheid. Banned in Qatar. Banned in in Greece because of its anti-war message.

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Banned in Qatar in for its depiction of Islam. The Mask of Sanity Banned preemptively in Malaysia for blasphemy. Banned in some European nations and the Russian Federation as extremist.

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Memoirs of Hecate County The first book banned in the New World. Pynchon, a prominent leader of the Massachusetts Bay Colony who, in , founded the City of Springfield, Massachusetts , wrote this explicit critique of Puritanism , published in London in That year, several copies made their way back to the New World. Pynchon, who resided in Springfield, was unaware that his book suffered the New World's first book burning, on the Boston Common.

Accused of heresy by the Massachusetts General Court , Pynchon quietly transferred ownership of the Connecticut River Valley 's largest land-holdings to his son, and then suffered indignities as he left the New World for England. It was the first work banned in Boston. Banned in Yugoslavia by court order in for "false and wicked claims, and enemy propaganda that supports pro-Chinese politics". Mirror of the Polish Crown Because this pamphlet published in was one of the causes of the anti-Jewish riots in Cracow , it was banned by Sigismund III Vasa.

Officially banned in France in Banned from the U. The Mountain Wreath Banned in Bosnian schools by Carlos Westendorp. Banned in Eritrea in for political content [70] [ failed verification ]. Banned in Nigeria because this three-volume memoirs of the former Nigerian president were highly critical of nearly everyone in Nigerian politics. The books were ordered to be seized by the High Court in Nigeria until a libel case had been heard in court.

The Naked and the Dead Banned in Canada in for "obscenity. Banned by Boston courts in for obscenity, but that decision was reversed in by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Banned in Bangladesh in Banned in Yugoslavia by court order in ; author sentenced for enemy propaganda to seven years in prison, prolonged to 13 years in Banned as "pornographic and an offense to public morals"; authors charged with "abuse of the freedom of the press" and "outrage to public decency"; acquitted after the Carnation Revolution in [].

Nine Hours To Rama Banned in India. It exposes persons responsible for security lapses that led to Mahatma Gandhi 's assassination. Nineteen Eighty-Four Banned by the Soviet Union [4] in , as Stalin understood that it was a satire based on his leadership. It was not until that the Soviet Union legalised the book and it was re-released after editing.

Noir Canada Banned from sale in Canada following two defamation lawsuit from Barrick Gold and Banro and an out-of-court settlement. Biography of Hassan II of Morocco. Banned in Morocco. This book is a biography of King Hassan and examines cases of torture, killing, and political imprisonment said to have been carried out by the Moroccan Government at his orders.

Withdrawn from sales and destroyed after the decision of the Municipal Committee of the League of Communists of Kraljevo in Kraljevo , Yugoslavia in Adam F. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Banned from publication in the Soviet Union in Banned by El Salvador for its portrayal of human rights violations.

Onward Muslim Soldiers. Robert Spencer. On July 12, , the government of Malaysia announced a ban on Spencer's book, citing "confusion and anxiety among the Muslims" as the cause. Operation Dark Heart Army Reserve Lt. Anthony Shaffer. In September the U. The DoD then purchased and destroyed all 9, first edition copies citing concerns that it contained classified information which could damage national security. The publisher, St. Martin's Press , [] in conjunction with the DoD created a censored second edition; which contains blackened out words, lines, paragraphs, and even portions of the index.

The Outline of History. Wells' book was banned in Nazi Germany. The Peaceful Pill Handbook Philip Nitschke and Fiona Stewart. The book was initially restricted in Australia: [] after review the edition was banned outright. Banned for 25 years in Albania. In , banned in Chicago classrooms, leading to public outcry. Peyton Place Banned in Canada from — The Protocols of the Elders of Zion Banned in various libraries and many attempts to ban in various nations, such as in Russia. Queen of Sheba and Biblical Scholarship.

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Currently banned in Saudi Arabia for suggesting the Hebrews originated in Yemen and their Israelite successors established their original pre B. As with many holy books , the Quran has been subject to scrutiny and censorship at various points throughout history. Proposals and movements advocating outright bans of the Quran are uncommon in the West, occurring only among extremist right-wing circles. Currently banned in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

Banned in the UK and author charged with treason for supporting the French Revolution. Banned in Australia because of customs belief that it "lacked sufficient claim to the literary to excuse the obscenity" []. A book supplement for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game set in 's Shanghai, all copies which had been printed and due to ship out were ordered to be destroyed by the Government of China for unspecified reasons. Banned during apartheid in South Africa from to for moral reasons. The Satanic Verses Swami Dayananda's religious text Satyarth Prakash was banned in some princely states and in Sindh in and is still banned in Sindh.

Banned in Lebanon for its positive depiction of Jews. Scouting for the Reaper Banned in Eritrea in for its criticism of civil liberties under President Isaias Afewerki [70] [ failed verification ]. Banned in Guatemala because it went against the ruling political leaders. Banned in China in for insulting Islam. Banned in Indian state of Maharashtra in for "promoting social enmity"; ban overturned by Bombay High Court in This must be reflected both in the way your book looks and in the way it reads.

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    In addition to complying with grammar and syntax rules, you also need to pay close attention to the correct use of punctuation rules. Even subtler yet are hyphenation rules. Although hyphens have traditionally been used to follow a prefix, the current trend is to remove these types of hyphens if possible e. Although adjectives and adverbs can be used to great effect as descriptive devices in the world or fiction, the best nonfiction practice is to minimize their use. What you need to focus on instead is a surface read-through that isolates words from the content so you can catch as many typos as possible.

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