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Elegantly transitioning to other "invisible men--and women," "Chapter Five: 1950" probes the inclusion of sexual relationships in the expurgated drafts of Invisible Man (144).
It comes to mind because a report on the radio drew attention to a new edition of the book with the offensive 'n' word expurgated and obliterated from the text.
And Personal Enemy is a survivor of the very phenomenon it portrays; its text was highly expurgated before it could be performed.
One less expurgated attempt at a section of Hamlet was made by the late, great comics pioneer Will Eisner, who adapted the whole of 'to be or not to be', to be spoken by a thug on a New York tenement roof.
In the expurgated passages that Khan was to read this week in the festival, Bano scanned for prey on a school bus before settling on a fresh-faced 15-year-old girl.
Anti-Semitism does exist, and I agree it needs to be expurgated. At the same time the state of Israel still needs to be recognized for its true character as a non-democratic occupier of Palestine whose actions contravene most accepted international norms.
In addition to securing the services of local Reformed examiner Pierre Chevallier, Froben's edition was also expurgated by the Venetian Inquisitor Marco Marino, and it appeared with the imprimatur of the Council of Trent!
A columnist for The Times has acknowledged that the two-page Persian language document published by The Times last month was not a photocopy of the original document but an expurgated and retyped version of the original.
(Both of these examples come from expurgated portions of letters printed previously.) Moreover, the reprinting of familiar letters allows for the chronological adjustment of previously misdated letters and for the filling in of crucial background information omitted by earlier editors.
Eco-minded cable nets should provide the film with a fertile environment, and if not for one easily expurgated F-bomb, it would be perfect high school science-class material as well.
"It is quite right that some details have been expurgated. I do not want private details about my home and the staff who work for me to be made public.
Coldiron quotes from the French originals to demonstrate how the translators freely adapted, expurgated and added to the story.
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