Furthermore there would have been ways of avoiding disclosure of the source of the leak that would not have required the release of an expurgated
version of the document.
In a perfect world, someone will edit and publish these intertwined expurgated
Alibech's tale was expurgated
from the Decameron, and the nun did public penance.
His desire for total control over bibliographical information even led him to urge that catalogues from the Frankfurt book fair should be banned or at least expurgated
. Printers were not to use lascivious illustrations such as ornamental capital letters depicting naked women.
Fortunately, Walter expurgated
the original lyric somewhat.
This is precisely the conservatism that has been, in more recent years, eclipsed or expurgated
, yet one that has much to say about our situation as it alters in a postmodern setting presided over by self-acclaimed geometricians and enlighteners impervious to the deeper metaphysical needs of civilization, and of the human personality and soul.
At one point, for instance, Montgomery notes that Nora has been "poking fun" at her for reading an "expurgated
edition" of George Eliot's Adam Bede.
Sylvester, Lord Riddell and Maurice Hankey, instead of relying on expurgated
In three central chapters which focus on the novelistic practices of Samuel Richardson, Ann Radcliffe, and George Eliot, Price aligns the anthology with its disreputable cousins--the abridgment, the expurgated
edition, the bowdlerization--in order to show how these little-studied forms exerted an influence on reading in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
In early November 2001, Arthur Andersen received its first subpoena for records from the SEC and produced in response the expurgated
Ann Thompson and Sasha Roberts report that in the course of the eighteenth century, women had more opportunities to attend performances of and to read Shakespeare's plays, but by the early nineteenth century, women were encouraged to read expurgated
editions to protect them from Shakespeare's profanity and obscenity or forbidden to read Shakespeare altogether (1-2).