Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985-2015, JE May

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Content: Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 This bibliography lists scholarship published between 1985 and 2016 related to the freedom of the press and, more frequently, censorship (zensur, censura, censure) from communal, legal, moral, political, and religious sources (and the self-censorship such forces inspire). The 2015 revision corrected some errors and greatly increased the number of entries listed in 2010, expanding the bibliography from 51 to 86 pages. With updates in February 2016, January 2017, and now in May 2017 I've expanded it to 110 pages, with many of the new entries involving Hispanic culture. Although church and state licensing is included, restrictions on printing that involve copyright and literary property are covered in my bibliography on studies of authorship during the period, and guild licensing and piracy usually in the bibliography on studies of publishers. The scope involves the "long eighteenth century," here 1660­1820, and is limited to Europe and the Americas. Dissertations and book reviews are included. The coverage is best for 1990­2014 publications, the period for which I have compiled the section on bibliography and the history of print-related fields for ECCB: Eighteenth-Century Current Bibliography. This bibliography expands upon two short checklists published in The East-Central Intelligencer's September 2004 and February 2005 issues (cited below). I have, no doubt, overlooked a great deal of scholarship on Continental Europe, where more censorship occurred than in Englishspeaking regions and to which much more research has been directed (I've pursued studies of "clandestine" literature on the Continent, though some literature so classified was not threatened with censorship). I have not listed Wikipedia websites and the like, though such online sources are greatly increasing, some from rock-solid sources as the Bibliothиque Nationale de France (one such BNF bibliography is listed). Nor have I listed here all general and national surveys of the history of the book, which can be expected to address censorship. Within British studies, much might be added about pornography, but then much that can be termed "pornography" was not censored. Certain authors, publishers, and groups (Quakers, for instance) were particularly subject to censorship and have been pursued. In citing the reviews of books, I have sometimes employed abbreviations for major journals in historical and literary studies. My list is drawn from my own library work and searching through the dozen or so major annual bibliographies and the "recently published" lists in bibliographical and eighteenth-century journals--and the websites of individual scholars, journals, and publishers and the websites of venders of publication reprints, like Brill-Online, Dialnet, JSTOR, and Project Muse. ABELL, Google, the MLA's International Bibliography, and OCLC's WorldCat have been invaluable in completing partial entries and discovering others. Scholars' posted CV's have been helpful. As for general serial surveys of bibliographical and book history publications, I benefited most from the electronic quarterly L'Almanacco bibliografico--for over ten years now the most useful bibliographical review in any language, and also from the most helpful in English: the "Recent Books" and "Recent Periodicals" surveys in The Library. I thank the Bibliographical Society of America for this posting on BibSite, particularly BibSite Editor Donna A. C. Sy (Rare Book School), and I apologize to scholars for inaccuracies and for works overlooked. James E. May ([email protected]) Emeritus, Penn State University 6 May 2017 [Previously posted 22 July 2010 (with the assistance of Jeffrey Barton and Travis Gordon); and (with the assistance of Christina Geiger) 2 August 2015; 20 February 2016; 28 January 2017.]
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Abellбn Garcнa-Gonzбlez, Josй Luis. "El liberalismo gaditano: Josй Ma BlancoWhite." Studi Ispanici, 36 (2011), 119-24. [On the political context of censorship, 17001799, within a special issue entitled "Polнtico y pensamiento polнtico en la literatura hispбnica."] Abinzadeh, Arash. "Publicity, Privacy, and Religious Toleration in Hobbes's Leviathan." Modern Intellectual History, 10 (2013), 261-91. Abramovici, Jean-Christophe. "Aux temps oщ l'on savait encore `ce que c'est que rougir': Interdits langagiers et pudeur fйminine a а l' вge classique." Romanistische Zeitschrift fьr Literaturgeschichte / Cahiers d'Histoire des Littйratures Romanes, 23, nos. 1-2 (1999), 27-38. Abramovici, Jean-Christophe (ed.). Le livre interdit: De Thйophile de Viu а Sade. Paris: Payot & Rivages, 1996. Pp. 290; illus. (some in color). Abreu, Mбrcia. Os caminhos dos livros. Campinas, Sгo Paulo: Mercado de Letras; Associacao de Leitura do Brasil, 2003. Pp. 382. [History of reading and publishing in Rio de Janeiro, 1769-1821, treating licensing, censorship, the booktrade and authors.] Abreu, Mбrcia (ed.). Trajetуrias do romance: Circulaзao, leitura e escrita nos sйculos XVII e XIX. Campinas: Mercado de Letras, 2008. Pp. 648. [Over two dozen essays on the production, sale, and consumption of fiction in Brazil, drawing on advertisements, catalogues, and censorship reports.] Abruzzo, Margaret. "Apologetics of Harmony: Mathew Carey and the Rhetoric of Religious Liberty." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 134 (2010), 5-30. Achinstein, Sharon. Literature and Dissent in Milton's England. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2003. Pp. xii + 302; illustrations; index. [Rev. by P. G. Stanwood in SeventeenthCentury News, 63 (2005), 164-68.] Achinstein, Sharon, and Elizabeth Sauer (eds.). Milton and Toleration. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2007. Pp. 320. [Essays with some relevance to discussions of censorship and freedom of speech include Nigel Smith's "Milton and the European Context of Toleration" (23-44); David Loewenstein's "Toleration and the Specter of Heresy in Milton's England" (45-71); Thomas N. Corns's "John Milton, Roger Williams, and the Limits of Toleration" (72-85); Nicholas von Maltzahn's "Milton, Marvell, and Toleration" (86-106); James Grantham Turner's "Libertinism and Toleration: Milton, Bruno, and Aretino" (107-25); and Jason P. Rosenblatt's "Milton, Natural Law, and Toleration" (126-43). Rev. by Paul M. Dowling in Journal of British Studies, 48 (2009), 197-98; by Noam Reisner in Review of English Studies, n.s. 59 (2008), 157-59.] Adams, David, and Adrian Armstrong (eds.). Print and Power in France and England, 15001800. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. Pp. vi + 145. [Includes Ann Dean's "Insinuation and Instruction: Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century 'Letters to the Printer'" (85-98); Lee Morrissey's "'Charity,' Social Control, and the History of English Literary Criticism" (5368); and Alison Saunders's "'Illustrated Books': Political Propaganda in SeventeenthCentury France" (69-84). Rev. by Pollie Bromilow in Modern Language Review, 103 (2008), 166-67; by Cynthia Jane Brown in French Studies, 62 (2008), 85-86; by Matt Thrond in Sixteenth-Century Journal, 39 (2008), 146-47.] Adams, Geoffrey. The Huguenots and French Opinion, 1685-1787: The Enlightenment Debate on Toleration. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier U. Press for the Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion, 1991. Pp. xiv + c. 340; bibliography; illus.; index. Addeo, Girolamo. "La Libertа di stampa nella Repubblica napoletana del 1799." Atti dell'Accademia Pontaniana di Napoli, 14 (1996 [1997]), 243-93. Adorno, Rolena. "Globalism and Censorship in the Intellectual World of Early Modern Spain." Pp. 1-23 in Proceedings of the 23rd Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures. Edited by Alejandro Cortazar and Christian Fernбndez. Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Louisiana State U., 2003. Page 2 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Agueda Mйndez, Marнa (ed). Catбlogo de textos marginados novohispanos: Inquisiciуn, Siglos XVIII y XIX: Archivo General de la Naciуn (Mйxico). Mexico, DF: Archivo General de la Naciуn, Colegio de Mйxico, Universidad Nacional Autуnoma de Mйxico, 1992. Pp. xiv + 792; bibliography. [OCLC gives the publishers as corporate cocompilers.] Agueda Mйndez, Marнa. "The Mexican Inquisition vs. the Spirit of Independence." Dieciocho, 14 (1991), 92-101. [A survey of the 2000 texts in the Archivo General de la Naciуn (Mexico City) reveals that most suppression by the Holy Office involved religious transgression, not political, but that political suppression occurred as well, particularly during crises in 1702, 1761, and 1810. Agueda Mйndez writes as the general coordinator for a projected catalogue of the literary texts in the Archives.] Airey, Jennifer L. "'I must vary shapes as often as a Player': Susanna Centlivre and the Liberty of the British Stage." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 28, no. 1 (Summer 2013), 45-62; summary. [Also treats Richard Steele, Mary Pix, Charles Johnson, and Colley Cibber.] Alamillo Alvarez, Rocнo. "Magia e Inquisiciуn en el siglo XVIII: Prбticas y espacios." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 92, no. 5 (2015), 811-29. [Special issue entitled "Inquisiciуn, cultura y vida cotidiana en el mundo hispбnico (siglos XVI-XVIII)," edited by Clive Griffin with an introduction by Manuel Peсa Dнaz.] Albertan Coppola, Sylviane. "La littйrature clandestine au XVIIIe siиcle: Orientations de la recherche: Notes Critiques" [review essay]. Revue de l'histoire des religions, 216, no. 3 (July-September 1999), 355-66; summary in English and French. Albuixech, Lourdes. "Censura y autocensura en la escritura femenina de la Edad Media y del Siglo del Oro." Cincinnati Romance Review, 23 (2004), 90-108. Allan, Keith, and Kate Burridge. Forbidden Words, Taboo, and the Censoring of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Pp. 314; index. [Not a historical study but suggestive and useful.] Alonso Seoane, Marнa Josй. "Los originales presentados a censura de las lectura ъtiles y entretenidas." EntreSiglos: Actas de Congreso Entre Siglos: Cultura y Literatura en Espaсa finales del siglo XVII a principios del XIX, Bordighera, 3-6 Abril 1990. Edited by Ermanno Caldea and Rinaldo Froldi. Rome: Bulzoni, 1993. Pp. 267. [On Peruvian literature.] Alonso Seoane, Marнa Josй. "Las ьltimas obras de Olavide a travйs de los expedientes de censura." Pp. 47-54 in El siglo que llaman ilustrado: Homenaje a Francisco Aguilar Piсal. Ed. by Joaquнn Alvarez Barrientos and Josй Checa Beltrбn. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientнficas, 1996. Pp. 893; illus. Alpert, Michael. Crypto-Judaism and the Spanish Inquisition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2001. Pp. x + 246; 4 illus. [Rev. by Seth Ward in Shofar, 22, no. 4 (Summer 2004), 16769.] Alsop, J. D. "Defoe, Toland, and The Shortest Way with the Dissenters." Review of English Studies, n.s. 43 (1992), 245-47. Alturo, Jesъs, Miquel Torras, and Ainoa Castro (eds.). La producciу i circulaciу de llibres clandestins des de l'antiquitat fins al nostres dies: Actes de les segones Jornades Internacionals sobre histтria del llibre i de la lectura: 20 i 21 d'octubre de 2010. Bellaterra: Universitat Autтnoma de Barcelona, 2012. Pp. 118. Бlvarez Barrientos, Joaquнn. El crimen de la escritura: Une historia de las falsificaciones literarias espaсoles. Madrid: Abada Editores, 2014. Pp. 255. [Rev. (favorably) by Ann Rueda in Dieciocho, 38 (2015), 166-68. Бlvarez Barrientos, Joaquнn, and Josй Checa Beltrбn (eds.). El siglo que llaman ilustrado: Homenaje a Francisco Aguilar Piсal. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientнficas, 1996. Pp. 893; illus. [Essays include Maria Josй Alonso Seoane's "Las Page 3 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 ьltimas obras de Olavide a travйs de los expedientes de censura" (47-54); Pedro Alvarez de Miranda's "La trayectoria editorial de la 'Virtud al uso y mнstica a la moda'" (63-72); Gonzalo Anes's "La inquisiciуn en la Encyclopйdie: Una censura inйdita de Jovellanos" (87-97); Franзois Lуpez's "Lo que puede hacerse con la Bibliografia de autores espaсoles del siglo XVIII" (575-82); Francisco Lуpez Estrada's "La ilustraciуn literaria y sus motivos: La ediciуn de La Galatea de Antonio de Sancha (Madrid, 1784)" (583-607); Jaime Moll's "Joaquin Ibarra y la herencia del impresor Antonio Marнn" (65964).] Бlvarez-Recio, Leticia. "Nahum Tate's The History of King Richard the Second (1681): Politics and Censorship during the Exclusion Crisis." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 24, no. 1 (Summer 2009), 17-30. Amadieu, Jean-Baptiste. "La Littйrature franзaise du XIX siиcle а l'Index." Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 104, no. 2 (2004), 395-422. Ammermann-Estermann, Monika. Unmoralisch an sich--." Buchhandelgeschichte, 2 (1985), B72B75. Anderson, Misty G. "Unholy Laughter." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 26, no. 4 (Summer 2014), 731-55; illustrations of eighteenth-century satirical prints. Andrews, Stuart. The British Periodical Press and the French Revolution, 1789-1799. Houndsmill: Palgrave; New York: St. Martin's, 2000. Pp. xi + 280; illus.; index. [Rev. by Hannah Barker in International History Review, 23 (2001), 670; (with another book) by Jeremy Black in Albion, 34 (2002), 328-30; by Patricia Bradley in Journalism History, 27 (2001), 140-41; (with another book) by Simon Burrows in French History, 16 (2002), 238-39; by Jack R. Censer in Journal of Modern History, 74 (2002), 843-44; by Michael Scrivener in Wordsworth Circle, 32 (2001), 280.] Andrews, Stuart. Irish Rebellion: Protestors and Polemic, 1798-1900. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Pp. 248. Andries, Lise. "Les Imprimeurs-libraires parisiens et la libertй de la presse (1789-1795)." Dixhuitiиme siиcle, 21 (1989), 247-61. Angebault, Christopher. "Censeurs et critiques dans le Dictionnaire Universel contrфle des moeurs, contrфle des mots." Littйrature classique, 47 (2003), 253-69. Arenas Cruz, Marнa Elena. "Pedro Estala como Censor Mensual en el Diario de Madrid (17951798)." Revista de Literatura, 124 (2000), 327-46. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve. Du secret des clandestins а la propagande voltairienne. Paris: Champion, 2001. Pp. 440. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve. "La plume et les Lumiиres: Le manuscrit, outil de progrиs." Lumen, 19 (2000), 1-22. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, Olivier Renй Bloch, and Antony McKenna (eds.). Censure et clandestinitй aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Actes de la journйe de Crйteil du 25 avril 1997. (La Lettre clandestine, 6.) Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris-Sorbonne, 1998. Pp. 288; illus. Catalogued variously: commonly with the title as above and as authored by "Journйe de Crйtil (Paris, France: 25 April 1997)." The volume begins with resources, a "Bulletin d'information," including Franзois Moureau's "Bibliothиques virtuelles: Provenances: Cheminements manuscrits" (15-24); Alain Mothu's "Un curй 'jansйniste' lecteur et concepteur de manuscrits clandestins: Guillaume Maleville" (25-50); and Bertram Eugиne Schwarzbach's "Remarques sur la date, la bibliographie et la rйception des Opinions des anciens sur les Juifs" (51-63). This section also contains ArtigasMenant's "Bibliographie: Йditions de textes, travaux rйcents sur la littйrature clandestine ou sur des domaines voisins, thиses, mйmoires soutenus ou en cours, quelques travaux en chantier." She also contributed "Rйpertoires gйographiques de l'inventaire en France (III)" and "Conclusion: Mystиres de l'interdit." Co-editor Olivier Bloch added "Йditorial" and "Manuscrits: Nouvelles copies: Traitйs non encore rйpertoriйs." A Page 4 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 second section contains revised papers from the "journйe clandestine" of 1997: Guido Canziani's "Scepticisme et religion dans le Symbolum sapientiae" (173-87); Isabelle Laboulais-Lesage's "Coquebert de Montbret, un collectionneur de manuscrits clandestins?" (189-200); Gianluca Mori's "L'Examen de la religion au XVIIIe siиcle" (201-28); Sabine Juratic's "Commerce et rйseaux du livre clandestin а Paris au XVIIIe siиcle" (229-42); Dominique Varry's "Le livre clandestin а Lyon au XVIIIe siиcle" (24352); Edoardo Tortarolo's "La censure а Berlin au XVIIIe siиcle" (253-62); Franзoise Weil's "Les Livres persйcutйs en France de 1720 а 1770" (263-69); Franзois Moureau's "Du clandestin et de son bon usage au XVIIIe siиcle" (271-83); and Artigas-Menant's "Conclusion: Mystиres de l'interdit" (285-88). Rev. (favorably) by Lise Andries in Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 99 (1999), 1256; (briefly) by Diana Martinez-Raposo in Studi francesi, 44, no. 131 (2000), 387.] Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, Laurent Jaffro, and Anthony McKenna, with the assistance of Maria Susana Sequin (eds.). Les Relations franco-anglaises aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Pйriodiques et manuscrits clandestins. (La lettre clandestine, 15.) Paris: Presses de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 2007. Pp. 504. [Includes Ann Thomson's "L'йcho des dйbats ed thйologiques anglais: Henry Dodwell et les journalistes" (77-92), and James Dybikowski's "La dette d'Anthony Collins envers les penseurs franзais" (93-116). Rev. by Maurizio Melai in Studi francesi, 53 (2009), 619.] Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, and Antony McKenna (eds.). Anonymat et clandestinitй aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Actes de la journйe de Crйteil du 11 juin 1999. (La Lettre clandestine, 8.) Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris-Sorbonne, 2000. Pp. 321; illus. [With an introduction by McKenna and conclusion by Artigas-Menant. Includes David Diop's "L'Anonymat dans les articles politiques de l'Encyclopйdie" (83-102); Olivier Ferret's "Vade mecum, vade retro: Le Recours au pseudonyme dans la demarche pamphlйtaire voltairienne" (65-82); and Gianluca Mori's "Littйrature clandestine et tradition philosophique" (5-8)]. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, and Antony McKenna (eds). Le Doute philophique: Philosophie classique et literature clandestine. (La Lettre clandestine, 10: 2001.) Paris: Presses de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 2002. Pp. 450. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, and Antony McKenna, with the assistance of Maria Susanna Seguin (eds.). Les Formes littйraires dans les manuscrits philosophiques clandestins: Avec les actes de la journйe de Crйteil du 26 mai 2000. (La Lettre clandestine, 9.) Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris-Sorbonne, 2001. Pp. 432; illus. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, and Antony McKenna, with the assistance of Maria Susanna Seguin (eds.). Les Matйrialismes dans la littйrature clandestine de l'вge classique.. (La Lettre clandestine, 14-15: 2005-2006.) Introductions by Seguin and also by Olivier Bloch. Paris: Presses de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 2006. Pp. c. 500. Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, and Antony McKenna (eds.). Tendances actuelles dans la recherche sur les clandestins а l'вge classique. [Special issue of] Lettre clandestine, 5 (1996). Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, Antony McKenna, and Alain Mothu (eds.). L'Identification du texte clandestin aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Actes de la journйe de Crйteil du 15 mai 1998. (La Lettre clandestine, 7.) Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris-Sorbonne, 1999. Pp. 398. [Includes Franзoise Badelon's "Luttes d'influence et influence des luttes dans le champ de la clandestinitй au XVIIIe siиcle: Un exemple: Voltaire et Robinet" (57-72); Miguel Benitez's "Y a-t-il une philosophie clandestine? Le statut des copies manuscrites du Du rerum natura" (355-68); Roger Chartier's "Le manuscrit а l'вge de l'imprimй (XVe-XVIIIe siиcles): Lectures et rйflexions" (175-93); Daniel Droixhe's "Signatures clandestines: Sur les contrefaзons de Liege et de Maastricht au XVIIIe siиcle" (195-235; illus.); JeanPierre Lavandier's "La Censure du livre en Autriche, 1740-1792: Exposй synoptique sur les Lois de Censure et les Catalogues de Livres prohibйs" (259-87); Laurence Macй's "L'Edition clandestine dans la Toscane des rйformes: Le Cas de Voltaire" (237-57); Page 5 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Danielle Muzerelle's "Le Marquis de Paulmy et la littйrature clandestine, а travers le catalogue raisonnй de sa bibliothиque" (289-99); Michel Porret's "Expertises typographico-lйgales et censure des imprimйs au XVIIIe siиcle: L'exemple genevois" (73-88); Franзoise Weil's "La Notion de clandestinitй" (348-54), a round-table for which Geneviиve Artigas-Menant provides a focus on "Les limites du corpus des manuscrits philosophiques clandestin" and a conclusion (345-47 and 397-98, respectively). Also included is a survey of recent "Sйminaires et colloques" (145-58), another of newly discovered "Manuscrits," including many from Moscow compiled by Artigas-Menant and from Trois-Riviиres, Quebec, by N. A. Boulanger (159-71), and a "Bibliographie" of primary and secondary works (101-43).] Artigas-Menant, Geneviиve, Antony McKenna, and others (eds). Protestants, Protestantisme, et Pense clandestine. (La Lettre clandestine, 13: 2004.) Paris: Presses de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 2005. Pp. c. 500. Aschieri, Elena. "La Norme rйtablie: Intervention de censure dans un recueil йpistolaire d'amour." Studi Francesi, 47 (2003), 540-68. Astorgano Abajo, Antonio. "El inquisidor Rodrнguez Laso y el ocaso de la Inquisiciуn valenciana (1814-1820)." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 297-345. Auchter, Dorothy. Dictionary of Literary and Dramatic Censorship in Tudor and Stuart England. Westport: Greenwood, 2001. Pp. xxxiv + 403; index. [Rev. by Alexandra Halasz in Renaissance Quarterly, 56 (2003), 888-90.] Augustine, Matthew C., and Steven N. Zwicker (eds.). Lord Rochester in the Restoration World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. 303; index. [After the editors' introduction are several essays censorship and obscenity: Matthew C. Augustine's "Trading Places': Lord Rochester, the Laureate, and the Making of literary reputation" (58-78); Steven N. Zwicker's "Lord Rocheser: A Life in Gossip" (79-98); Nicholas von Maltzahn's "Rochester and the Satiric Underground," treating the circulation of manuscripts and readers (99-120); Tim Harris's "Sexual and Religious Libertinism in Restoration England" (162-83); Melissa E. Sanchez's "Sex and Sovereignty in Restoration England" (184-206); Tom Jones's "Unfit to Print: Rochester and the Poetics of Obscenity" (231-49); and Nicholas Fisher's "The Perspective of Rochester's Letters" (250-69).] Bachleitner, Norbert. "Bericht ьber die Datenbank der in Цsterreich zwischen 1750 und 1848 verbotenen Bьcher." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 19 (2010), 369-380. Backscheider, Paula R. "No Defense: Defoe in 1703." PMLA, 103 (1988), 274-84. [On Defoe's punishment for The Shortest Way with the Dissenters.] Baecque, Antoine de. "Le Commerce du libelle interdit а Paris (1790-1791)." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 21 (1989), 233-46. Baecque, Antoine de. "Pamphlets: Libel and Political Mythology." Pp. 165-76 of Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Edited by Robert Darnton and Daniel Roche. Introduction by Darnton. Berkeley: U. of California Press, in collaboration with the New York Public Library, 1989. Pp. xv + 351; bibliography; illustrations. Baets, Antoon de, Jacques Dane, W. E. Krul, Sandra van Voorst, et al. Over Censuur, Zelfcensuur, en Tolerantie. Groningen: Onderzoeksschool Rudolf Agricola, 2002. Pp. 74. [Papers from a March 2001 conference.] Bбez, Fernando. Historia universal de la destruction de libros. Madrid: Destino Editiones, 2004. Pp. 408. [Translated into French by Nelly Lhermillier as Histoire universelle de la destruction des livres: Des tablettes sumйriennes а la guerre d'Irak (Paris: Fayard, 2008); pp. 526; translated into English as Universal History of the Destruction of Books: From Ancient Sumer to Modern-Day Iraq (Atlas & Co., 2008); 272 pp.] Bahr, Fernano. "Inquisiciуn, censura y librepensamiento en el sur de la Amйrica espaсola." Pбginas de Guarda, 4 (2007), 95-106; summaries in English and Spanish. Page 6 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Baillaud, Bernard, Jйrфme de Gramont, and Denis Hьe (eds.). Censures et Interdits. Actes du IXe colloque de l'Association Diderot, Mortagne-au-Perche, 9-10 novembre 1996. (Cahiers Diderot, 9.) Rennes: Presses U. de Rennes, 1997. Pp. 384. [See rev. by Yannick Sйttй in Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 31 (1999), 606.] Baines, Paul. "Curll at the Old Bailey: 'Curll or Cull?'" Factotum, 30 (December, 1989), 6-10. Baines, Paul, and Pat Rogers. Edmund Curll, Bookseller. Oxford: Clarendon, 2007. Pp. x + 388; select bibliography of titles published by Curll (or attributed as such if only in part); illus.; index; maps. [With new information from the Chancery records and the House of Lords Records office, the authors re-examine Pope v. Curll (1741) and Curll's career in general; they examine Curll's copyright observance and relation to censorship and libel statutes. This dense and sometimes obscure account does not replace Ralph Staus's biography but often adds new information. Few reviews (following) are grounded in an adequate examination of both biographies and the bibliographical record (as in the ESTC). Rev. (favorably) by Janine Barchas in SHARP News, 16, no. 4 (Autumn 2007), 8-9; by Michael Caines in Book Collector, 57 (2008), 460-62; by Scott Cleary in Age of Johnson, 18 (2007), 499-508; by Neil Guthrie in Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews Online (htt://back.csulb.edu:8080/asecs); by Robert D. Hume in Review of English Studies, n.s. 59 (2008), 785-87; by H. J. Jackson in TLS (May 25, 2007), 30; (with another book) by Tom Jones in Cambridge Quarterly, 36 (2007), 352-58; by A. F. T. Lurcock in Notes and Queries, n.s. 55 (2008), 239-40; (briefly with other books, in review essay "Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century") by Adam Potkay in SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 48 (2008), 701; by Shef Rogers in Script & Print, 31 (2007), 117-18; (favorably) by Peter Sabor in Philological Quarterly, 86 (2007), 447-50; (fav. with reservations) by Winfried Schleiner in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 41 (2008), 275-76.] Baldini, Ugo. "The Roman Inquisition's Condemnation of Astrology: Antecedents, Reasons, and Consequences." Pp. 79-110 in Church, Censorship, and Culture in Early Modern Italy. (Cambridge Studies in History and Culture.) Edited by Gigliola Fragnito; translated by Adrian Belton. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Pp. x + 226. Ballin, Marie-Thйrиse. "Les `historiettes' de Tallemant des Rйaux manuscrit privй ou clandestin?" Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 113 (2013), 259-77. Ballуn Aguirre, Enrique. "Censuras coloniales peruanas: La obra atribuida a Juan del Valle y Caviedes." Caliope, 4, nos. 1-2 (1998), 107-24. Baltes, Sabine. The Pamphlet Controversy about Wood's Halfpence (1722-25) and the Tradition of Irish Constitutional Nationalism. (Mьnster Monographs on English Literature, 27.) Bern: Peter Lang, 2003. Pp. xviii + 335; bibliography; index. [Adding to what's been published, Baltes covers closely the government's response to Swift's Drapier's Letters and other opposition pamphlets, as in Chapter 4's section "Proclamations against the Drapier" and "Chief Justice Whitshed and the Grand Jury," pp. 223ff.] Bannet, Eve Tavor. "'Secret History': or, Talebearing Inside and Outside the Secretorie." Huntington Library Quarterly, 68 (2005), 375-96. [On the vogue for secret histories 1690-1714, both the ostensibly "true" and the fiction, as well as on the development and recognition by audiences of generic rules.] Barber, Alex W. "Censorship, Salvation, and the Preaching of Francis Higgins: A Reconsideration of High Church Politics and Theology in the Early 18th Century." Parliamentary History, 33 (2014), 114-39. Barber, Alex W. "'It is not easy what to say of our condition, much less to write it': The Continued Importance of Scribal News in the Early 18th Century." Parliamentary History, 32, no. 2 (June 2013), 293-316. [The continued presence of scribal newsletters, as by John Dyer, was encouraged by parliament members' hostility to news in the printed papers and to the consequent fear of censorship. Barber writes that attention to scribal Page 7 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 newsletters "is indispensable for understanding both the nature of censorship and the power of the press in post censosthip {i.e. 1695-} England."] Barber, Alex [W.]. "Why don't those lazy priests answer the book?': Matthew Tindal, Censorship, Freedom of the Press and Religious Debate in Early Eighteenth-Century England." History: Journal of the Historical Association, 98 [no. 333] (2013), 680-707. Barber, G. G. "Flowers, the Bufferfly, and Clandestine Books." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 68, no. 1 (1985), 11-33; illustrations. Barbier, Edmond-Jean-Franзois. L'Interdiction de l'Encyclopйdie: 1751-1752. (Journal d'un avocat de Paris 9.) Clermond-Ferrand: Йditions Paleo, 2009. Pp. 232. Barbier, Frйdйric. "Sur les routes de l'interdit: Espaces et rйseaux du livre de contrebande entre le Nord et Paris au XVIIIe siиcle." Lettre Clandestine, 5 (1996), 201-23. Barbier, Frйdйric, Marie-Elizabeth Ducreux, Istvбn Monok, and Martin Svatos (eds.). L'Europe en rйseaux: Contributions а l'histoire de la culture йcrite 1650-1918 / Vernetztes Europa: Beitrдge zur Kulturgeschichte des Buchwesens 1650-1918. 3 volumes. Vol. 1: Libri prohibi: La censure dans l'espace habsbourgeois, 1650-1850, edited by Marie-Elizabeth Ducreux and Martin Svatos; 2: Est-ouest: Transferts et rйceptions dans le monde du livre en Europe (XVIIe-XXe siиcles), ed. by Barbier; and 3: Les bibliothиques centrales et la construction des identitйs collectives, edited by Barbier and Istvбn Monok. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitдtsverlag, 2005. [Rev. by S. Katalin Nйmeth) in Magyar Kцnyvszemle, 121 (2005), 368-c. 370.] Barbierato, Federico. "La bottega del cappellaio: Libri proibiti, libertinismo e suggestioni massoniche nel '700 veneto." Studi Veneziani, 44 (2002), 327-60; with an appended inventory of bookseller Bortolo Zorzi's library. Barbierato, Federico. The Inquisitor in the Hat Shop: Inquisition, Forbidden Books and Unbelief in Early Modern Venice. Translated by Frank Gordon [noted in the Acknowledgements]. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012. Pp. xxxiii + 396; bibliography; index. [On the expansion of unbelief in Venice 1640-1740, with attention to conversation groups or circles and their locations and practices, as well as printed materials. The study is based on records of the Venice office of the Inquisition, covering the period. Of particular notice are the chapter "Censorship and Secrecy" (265-84) and the appendix "Bortolo Zorzi's Prohibited Library" (335-42). Rev. by Abigail Brundin in English Historical Review, 130 (2015), 208-10; by R. Barr Litchfield in Seventeenth-Century News, 70, nos. 3-4 (2012), online journal at http://repository.tamo.edu/; (favorably) by Jane Wickersham in American Historical Review, 118 (2013), 1279-80.] Barbierato, Federico (ed.). Libro e censure. Introduction by Mario Infelise. Milan: S. Bonnard, 2002. Pp. 221; illus. [Rev. by D. Armocida in Bibliotheca (2005), no. 1.] Barbierato, Federico. "La Rovina di Venetia in materia de'libri prohibiti": Il Libraio Salvatore de' Nigri e l'Inquisizione veneziano (1628-1661). (Albrizziana.) Venice: Marsilio, 2007. Pp. 82. Barbierato, Federico. "Tra attori e inquisitori: Manoscritti, commoedia dell'arte e diffusione delle conoscenze magiche nella Venezia del Seicento." Pp. 341-52 in I luoghi dell'immaginario barocco. (Critica e Letteratura, 30.) Edited by Lucia Strappini. Naples: Liguori, 2001. Pp. xii + 610. [Treats censorship and MSS involving magic.] Barbieri, Edoardo. "Indices librorum prohibitorum cum notis manuscriptis." Pp. 267-96 in Libri a stampa postillati: Atti del Colloquio Internazionale Milano, 3-5 maggio 2001. Edited by Barbieri and Giuseppe Frasso. Milan: Edizioni C.U.S.L., 2003. Pp. vi + 409; 10 leaves of plates. [Aside from Barbieri's essay, this book is largely focused on annotations and early manuscripts and incunaboli.] Bardle, Stephen. The Literary Underground in the 1660s: Andrew Marvell, Ralph Wallis, and the World of Restoration Satire and Pamphleteering. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2012. Pp. xvi + 192; bibliography; 2 illustrations; index. [Rev. by Nicholas von Maltzahn in Review of Page 8 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 English Studies, 65 [no. 271] (2014), 935-37.] Barker, Hannah, and Simon Burrows (eds.). Press, Politics and the Public Sphere in Europe and North America: 1760-1820. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2002. Pp. ix + 263; index. [With the editors' introduction (1-22); Burrows' "Cosmopolitan Press, 1760-1815" (23-47); Nicolaas van Sas's "The Netherlands, 1750-1815" (48-69); Eckhart Hellmuth and Wolfgang Piereth's "Germany, 1760-1815" (69-92; translated by Angela Davies); Hannah Barker's "England, 1760-1815" (93-112); Douglas Simes's "Ireland, 1760-1820" (113-39); David Copeland's "America, 1750-1820" (140-58); Jack Censer's "France, 1750-89," adapted from his French Press in the Age of Enlightenment, 1994 (159-81); Hugh Gough's "French Revolutionary Press" (182-200); Maurizio Isabella's "Italy, 17601815" (201-23; and Miranda Beaven Remnek's "Russia, 1790-1830" (224-47). Articles provide a well-documented survey of scholarship (in fields like Italian journalism where very little is available in English). Note that footnoted sources are often not cited in the index.] Barnaby, Andrew. "The Politics of Garden Spaces: Andrew Marvell and the Anxieties of Public Speech." Studies in Philology, 97 (2000), 331-63. Barnard, Toby. "The Irish Parliament and Print, 1660-1782." Parliamentary History, 33 (2014), 97-11. Barnett, Lydia. "Strategies of Toleration: Talking across Confessions in the Alpine Republic of Letters." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 48, no. 2 (Winter 2015), 141-57. [On the nature and consequence of transalpine epistolary networks involving Protestant and Catholic scholars.] Baron, Sabrina A[lcorn]. "Licensing Readers, Licensing Authorities in Seventeenth-Century England." Pp. 217-42 in Books and Readers in Early Modern England: Material Studies. Ed. by Jennifer Andersen and Elizabeth Sauer. (Material Texts.) Afterword by Stephen Orgel. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. Pp. vi + 305; illus.; index. Baron, Sabrina Alcorn, Eric N. Lindquist, and Eleanor F. Shevlin (eds.). Agent of Change: Print Culture Studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein. Amherst: U. of Massachusetts Press, 2007. Pp. 464; 10 illus. [Includes Jean-Dominique Mellot's "Counterfeit Printing as an Agent of Diffusion and Change: The French Book-Privilege System and Its Contradictions (14981790)" (43-66); Paula McDowell's "'On the Behalf of the Printers': A Late Stuart PrinterAuthor and Her Causes" (125-39); and Calhoun Winton's "The Southern Printer as Agent of Change in the American Revolution" (238-49).] Barrell, John. Imagining the King's Death: Figurative Treason, Fantasies of Regicide, 17931796. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2000. Pp. xvii + 737. [Rev. by Vincent Carretta in Albion, 33 (2001), 479-80; (with other books) by Gregory Claeys in a review essay ("The 1790s") in Journal of British Studies, 42 (2003), 389-95; by Jonathan Lamb in JEGP, 101 (2002), 145-48; by Jon Mee in Review of English Studies, n.s. 52 (2001), 593-95; by Mark Philip in Notes and Queries, n.s. 48 [246] (2001), 344-46.] Barrell, John. The Spirit of Despotism: Invasions of Privacy in the 1790s. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2006. Pp. 278. [Rev. (fav.) by David Francis Taylor in Romanticism, 13, no. 2 (2007), 189-91. Barrell, John, and Jon Mee (eds.). Trials for Treason and Sedition, 1792-1794. 8 vols. divided into 2 parts. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007. Pp. 3776. [With an important introduction by the editors. Rev. in a review essay ("New Work on John Thelwell") by John Bugg in Huntington Library Quarterly, 73 (2010), 303-13; by Emma Vincent Macleod in Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (2009), 268-70.] Bartee, Wayne C., and Alice Fleetwood Bartee. Litigating Morality: American Legal Thought and its English Roots. New York: Praeger, 1992. Pp. xiv + 149; index. [The principal immorality involves sex. Chapter 3, "English Precedents of American Legal Thought," reviews Edmund Curll's arrests for political materials as well as pornography.] Page 9 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Basbanes, Nicholas A. A Splendor of Letters: The Permanence of Books in an Impermanent World. New York: Harper Collins, 2003. Pp. 444; bibliography; index. [Historical survey of the destruction of books by humans and by non-human forces. Rev. (fav.) by Christopher Hawtree in TLS (May 21, 2004), 25; (fav.) by Basil Stuart-Stubbs in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 42, no. 1 (Spring 2004), 101-02.] Bastos da Silva, Jorge. "Censors, Dwarfs, and Giants: Further Notes on Swift in Portugal." Swift Studies, 26 (2011), 120-31; bibliography. [To his 2005 essay on Swift's reputation and reception in Portugal (in The Reception of Jonathan Swift in Europe, edited by Hermann J. Real [2005]), Bostos da Silva adds 14 references to Swift in Portugal, largely to Gulliver's Travels.] Baudot, Georges, and Marнa Agueda Mйndez (eds.). Amores prohibidos: La palabra condenada en el Mйxico de los virreyes: Antologнa de coplas y versos censurados por la inquisiciуn de Mйxico. Mexico, D.F.: Siglo Veintiuno, 1997. Pp. 282. [Rev. by Ruth Hill in Dieciocho, 21 (1998), 284-85.] Bawcutt, N. W. (ed.). The Control and Censorship of Caroline Drama: The Records of Sir Henry Herbert, Master of the Revels, 1623-73. Oxford: Clarendon, 1996. Pp. ix + 350; appendices; index. [Contains a catalogue of Revels documents to 1673 (pp. 133-298), an appendix with licenses issued by Herbert and his deputies and another with printing licenses issued by Astley, Herbert, and Herbert's deputies. Rev. by Andrew Barnaby in Seventeenth-Century News, 57 (1999), 231-33; (fav.) by Janet Clare in RES, n.s. 49, No. 194 (1998), 228-30; by Humphrey Gyde in MLR, 93 (1998), 1087-88; by Arthur F. Kinney in JEGP, 97 (1998), 268-70; by Judith Milhous in Renaissance Quarterly, 51 (1998), 1399-1400; by Martin Wiggins in Theatre Notebook, 51 (1997), 113; by William Proctor Williams in Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 558-59.] Bйaur, Gйrard, Hubert Bonin, and Claire Lemercier (eds.). Fraude, contrefaзon et contrebande de l'Antiquitй а nos jours. (Publications d'histoire йconomique et sociale internationale.) Geneva: Droz, 2007. Pp. 832. Becker-Cantarino, Barbara. "'Gender Censorship': On Literary Production in German Romanticism." Women in German Yearbook, 11 (1995), 81-97. Behrendt, Stephen C. (ed.). Romanticism, Radicalism, and the Press. Detroit: Wayne State U. Press, 1997. Pp. 221. [Includes Michael Scrivener's "John Thelwall and the Press" (12036).] Bell, Maureen. "Elizabeth Calvert and the 'Confederates.'" Publishing History, no. 31 (1992), 549. [On the success in the early 1660s of Calvert and other printers and publishers to violate the Licensing Act with illegal publications despite the efforts of Roger L'Estrange, Surveyor of the Press.] Bell, Maureen. "Seditious Sisterhood: Women Publishers of Opposition Literature at the Restoration." Pp. 185-95 of Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing. (Renaissance Texts and Studies.) Edited Kate Chedgzoy, Melanie Hansen, and Suzanne Trill. Pittsburgh: Duquesne U. Press, 1997. Pp. viii + 200. Bellany, Alastair. "Libel." Pp. 141-63 of The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture. Vol. 1: Cheap Print in Britain and Ireland to 1660. Edited by Joad Raymond. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2011. Pp. xxix + 672; illus. [With an introduction by the editor, "The Origins of Popular Print Culture" (1-14). The volume's contents are fully surveyed by William Baker in "Bibliography and Textual Criticism" within Years Work in English Studies, 93 (for 2012 [2014]).] Bellany, Alastair. The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England: News Culture and the Overbury Affair, 1603-1666. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2002. Pp. xvii + 312; illustrations; index. [Rev. by Joad Raymond in a review essay ("Describing Popularity in Early Modern England") in Huntington Library Quarterly, 67 (2004), 101-29.] Bellingradt, Daniel. "The Publishing of a Murder Case in Early Modern Germany: The Limits of Page 10 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Censorship in the Electorate of Saxony (1726)." Quaerendo, 45, nos. 1-2 (2015), 62-107. Belorgey, Jean. "Un Exemple des infortunes de la censure en Espagne: Les traductions espagnoles de La Zaпre de Voltaire." Cristol, 7 (1987), 11-31. Benalil, Mounia. "Sade entre les ordres institutionnels et le miroir de la censure." Dalhousie French Studies, 44 (1998), 23-30. Beneke, Chris, and Christopher S. Grenda (eds.). The First Prejudice: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early America. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. Pp. 416; index. [With 12 essays.] Benhamou, Paul. "Diffusion of Forbidden Books: Four Case Studies." Pp. 259-81 in Social History; Morellet; Social Anthropology; History of the Book. (SVEC, 2005:12.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. v + 287; summaries [p. 286-87 for Benhamou's essay--on the cabinet de lecture as place where, for a fee, books were read in the second half of the eighteenth century]. Benнtez, Miguel. "Anatomie de la matiиre: Matiиre et mouvement dans le naturalisme clandestin du XVIIIe siиcle en France." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 205 (1982), 7-30. Benнtez, Miguel. "Benoоt de Maillet et les manuscripts clandestins." Lettre clandestine, 1 (1992), 25. Benнtez, Miguel. La Face cachйe des Lumiиres: Recherches sur les manuscrits philosophiques clandestins de l'вge classique. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation; Paris: Universitas, 1996. Pp. v + 456; indices. [Rev. by Friedhelm Beckmann in Zeitschrift fьr franzцsische Sprache und Literatur, 109, no. 2 (1999), 200-02; (with other books) by Bertram Eugene Schwarzbach in British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22 (1999), 207-12; by William Trapnell in Diderot Studies, 27 (1999), 254-55.] Benitez, Miguel. Le Foyer clandestin des Lumiиres: Nouvelles recherches sur les manuscrits clandestins. 2 vols. Paris: H. Champion, 2013. Pp. 898; bibliography. Benнtez, Miguel (ed.). Materia actuosa: Antiquitй, age classique, Lumiиres: Mйlanges en l'honneur d'Olivier Bloch. Paris: H. Champion, 2000. Pp. 747. Benнtez, Miguel. "Voltaire and Clandestine Manuscripits." (Translated by Nicholas Cronk.) Pp. 65-77 in The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire. Edited by Nicholas Cronk. Cambridge: Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2009. Pp. xv + 235. Bennett, Kate. "Anthony Wood's Verse Miscellany 'Libells and Songs': The Lost MS Wood E.31." Bodleian Library Record, 16, no. 5 (April 1999), 391-98. [The manuscripts described here were stolen from the Ashmolean between 1792 and 1837.] Bentley, G. E., Jr. "Blake's First Arrest, at Upnor Castle." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 31, no. 3 (Winter 1997/1998), 82-84. Bentley, G. E., Jr. "Rex v. Blake: Sussex Attitudes toward the Military and Blake's Trial for Sedition in 1804." Huntington Library Quarterly, 56 (1993), 83-89. Bentley, G. E., Jr. "The Suppression of George Cumberland's Captive of the Castle of Sennaar (1798): Liberty vs. Commerce." Yale University Library Gazette, 71 (1997), 155-58. Berkvens-Stevelinck, Christiane, John I. Israel, and G. H. M. Posthumus Meyjes (eds.). The Emergence of Tolerance in the Dutch Republic. Leiden and New York: Brill, 1997. Pp. vi + 278. Berman, David. "Censorship and he Displacement of Irreligion" Journal of the History of Philosophy, 27, no. 4 (1989), 601-04. [Treats Anthony Collins and Matthew Tindal.] Berman, David. A History of Atheism in Britain: From Hobbes to Russell. London: Croom Helm, 1988. Pp. x + 233. Bernard, Bruno. "Pers en literatuur onder het juk van de censuur." Pp. 396-413 (with illus.) in Belgiл onder het Frans bewind 1792-1815. Edited by Hervй Hasquin. Brussels: Gemeentekrediet, 1993. Page 11 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Bernard, Stephen. "After Defoe, Before the Dunciad: Giles Jacob and A Vindication of the Press." Review of English Studies, n.s. 59 (2008), 487-507. Bernier, Jean. La Critique du Pentateuque de Hobbes а Calmet. (Libre Pensйe et Littйrature Clandestine, 42.) Paris: Champion, 2010. Pp. 333. Bertelsen, Lance. "The Significance of the 1731 Revisions of The Fall of Mortimer." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 2, no. 2 (1987), 8-25. [On an anonymous recycling of an older play such that it attacked Sir Robert Walpole and was found seditious by a Middlesex Grand Jury.] Bessire, Franзois, and Sylvain Menant, with contributions from Marie Hйlиne Cotoni et al. Traitй sur la tolйrance de Voltaire. Paris: Editions du Temps, 1999. Pp. 159. Bethencourt, Francisco. The Inquisition: A Global History, 1478-1834. Translated by Jean Birrell [of L'Inquisition а L'Йpoque moderne (1995).] Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2009. Pp. xii + 491; bibliography; illus.; index; maps. Bettig, Ronald V. "Critical Perspectives on the History and Philosophy of Copyright." Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 9 (1992), 131-55. [Examines the origin of literary property, with discussions of John Locke's writings and the Licensing Act of 1694.] Beutel, Albrecht. "Zensur im protestantischen Deutschland der Frьhen Neuzeit." Pp. 195-206 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Bever, Edward. "Witchcraft Prosecutions and the Decline of Magic." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 40 (2009), 263-93. Bezanson, Randall P. Taxes on Knowledge in America: Exactions on the Press from Colonial Times to the Present. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 320; bibliography; index; table of cases. [Treats federal and local exactions as well as postal costs.] Bianchi, Lorenzo. "La Diffusion des idйes libertines et matйrialistes dans la littйrature franзaise clandestine du dix-huitiиme siиcle: Le Cas du Jordanus Brunus Redivivus." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 263 (1989), 514-18. ["J. Brunus Redivivus" was a MS text published in 1771 well after it was written.] Biard, Michel (ed.). Combattre, tolйrer ou justifier? Ecrivains et journalistes face a la violence d'Йtat (XVIe-XXe siиcle). (Cahiers du GRHis, no. 20.) Rouen: Presses universitaires de Rouen, 2009. Pp. 174. [Most essays involve other periods, but two are relevant here: Bernard Gainot's "La Presse mйtropolitaine et la violence coloniale en novembre 1791" (73-94), and Michel Biard's "Lemaire et le Courier de l'Йgalitй: Les йvolutions d'un journaliste--`Brissotin' face aux violences politiques (printemps-йtй 1793)" (95-110).] Bibliothиque Nationale de France, Directions des Collections, Dept. Littйrature et art (comp.). Livre et censure: Bibliographie. Open access online posting, 11 December 2007. Pp. 14. http://www.bnf.fr/documents/biblio_censure.pdf. [Chronology from 1521; bibliography with general studies and then by period (listing major sources prior to the period of this present bibliography).] Bickham, Troy O. "Sympathizing with Sedition? George Washington, the British Press, and British Attitudes during the American War of Independence." William and Mary Quarterly, 59 (2002), 101-22. Biet, Christian. Droit et littйrature sous l'Ancien Rйgime: Le jeu de la valeur et de la loi. (Lumiиre classique, 41.) Geneva: Slatkine, 2002. Pp. 415; bibliography; index. Bietolini, Nicola. "I 'concatenati dolori': Esilio, scrittura e censura nell'autobiografia letteraria e nel poema L'esule di Pietro Giannone." Annali d'Italianistica, 20 (2002), 187-200. Bird, Benjamin. "The Anxiety of Legitimacy in the Subject of 1760s." Romanticism, 12, no. 3 (2006), 189-99. [Treats anxieties about treason accusations and restricted freedom of expression back to the 1760s, showing the climate associated with the French Revolution has anticipations.] Page 12 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Birn, Raymond. "Book Censorship in Eighteenth-Century France and Rousseau's Response." Pp. 223-45 in History of Ideas; Travel Writing; History of the Book; Enlightenment and Antiquity. (SVEC, 2005:1.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. v + 295; index; summaries [p. 294 of Birn's essay]. [During the middle decades of the century, when the "magistrates of the Parlement of Paris entered into public conflict with royal censors over book policing authority. . . . Rousseau joined the debate" (294); later, his disciples would censor Rousseau's 1782 collected works.] Birn, Raymond. La Censure royale des livres dans la France des Lumiиres. Preface by Daniel Roche. Paris: Odile Jacob, 2007. Pp. 179. [See below for 2012 English translation. Rev. (with other books in a review essay) by Clorinda Donato in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 47, no. 1 (Fall 2013), 69-73.] Birn, Raymond. "Malesherbes and the Call for a Free Press." Pp. 50-66 of Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Edited by Robert Darnton and Daniel Roche. Introduction by Darnton. Berkeley: U. of California Press, in collaboration with the New York Public Library, 1989. Pp. xv + 351; bibliography; illustrations. Birn, Raymond. "The Pamphlet Press and the Estates-General of 1789." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 287 (1991), 59-69. Birn, Raymond. "Royal Book Censorship on the Eve of Revolution (May-December 1788)." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 9 (2013 [2014]), 195-207. Birn, Raymond. Royal Censorship in Books in Eighteenth-Century France. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012. Pp. xii + 195. [A revised translation of La Censure royale des livres dans la France des Lumiиres (2007). Birn finds the censors were not simple tools of the state, in licensing publication and distribution, were intent on protecting the public as well as authors. Some have criticized the book as attempting to put too kind of a face on censorship. Rev. by David Adams in French Studies, 67, no. 1 (2013), 105-06; by G. Matthew Adkins on H-Ideas, October 2012; redistributed on H-Net, open-access online journal; by Daniel Bellingradt in Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 37, no. 2 (2013); by Paul Benhamou in XVIII: New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century, 10 (2013), 77-79; by Jack Censer in Journal of Modern History, 85, no. 4 (2013), 947-48; by Jay M. Smith in French History, 27 (2013), 128-30; by K. Steven Vincent in The European Legacy, 21, no. 2 (2016), 240-42; by Nancy J. Vogeley in a review essay ("France and Beyond: Legal and Stealthy Book Publishers") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 46, no. 3 (2013), 439-43.] Black, Christopher F. The Italian Inquisition. New Haven, CT: Yale U. Press, 2009. Pp. xviii + 330; bibliography; illus.; index; map. Rev. by Paul Grendler in Renaissance Quarterly, 63 (2010), 649-51; by Jeffrey R. Watt in English Historical Review, 127 (2012), 162-64. Black, Jeremy. The English Press in the Eighteenth Century. London: Croom Helm, 1987. Pp. xvi + 320. [Rev. by Malcolm Kelsall in Review of English Studies, n.s. 40 (1989), 27374.] Black, Jeremy. The English Press, 1621-1861. Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton, 2001. Pp. ix + 213; bibliography; facsimile frontispiece; illustrations; index.[The second chapter, "Politics to 1750," addresses censorship--usually undertaken at the specter of Jacobitism and directed at protecting the monarch,--and develops its points with an examination of the career (and prosecutions) of opposition journalist Nathaniel Mist, who was at the very least sympathetic to Jacobitism.] Black, Jeremy. "Episcopal Condemnation of Nathaniel Mist [in unprinted letter from Bishop Edmund Gibson to Attorney-General Sir Philip Yorke, 1725]." Factotum: Newsletter of the XVIIIth Century STC, no. 39 (1995), 12-13.[In response to an account of the Archbishop of York's actions in Mist's Weekly Journal for 25 Sept. 1725, Edmund Gibson, Bishop of London, asked unsuccessfully for the Attorney General to punish Mist (that letter is here transcribed). Other evidence of the Whig Ministry's concern is offered and Mist's cautionary strategies are noted.] Page 13 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Black, Jeremy. "A Failed Attempt at Censorship: The British Diplomatic Service and Pцllnitz's Histoire secrette de la Duchesse de Hanover." Quaerendo, 18 (1988), 21117. Black, Jeremy. "In Search of a Scandalous Pamphlet: Sir Robert Walpole and the Attempt to Suppress the Publication of Opposition Literature in the United Provinces." Publishing History, 25 (1989), 5-11. Black, Jeremy. "A Plan for the Regulation of the Press." Factotum, 36 (Feb. 1993), 22-26. Black, Jeremy. "Trying Mist's Men: Fresh Material from the Althorp Papers." Notes and Queries, n.s. 33 (1986), 495-97. [Charles Delafaye, Undersecretary for the Southern Department, remarks in a letter of 27 February 1729 of spending the day at the trial and conviction of four men working for Nathaniel Mist, for seditious libel against the King in Mist's Weekly Journal of 24 August 1724. The Althorp MSS are at the BL.] Black, Jeremy. "An Underrated Journalist: Nathaniel Mist and the Opposition Press during the Whig Ascendency." Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 10, no. 1 (1987), 27-41. Black, Jeremy. "The United Provinces and the British Press, 1725-37: Newspaper Abuse and Diplomatic Complaints." Quaerendo, 17 (1987), 128-36. Bland, Mark. "'Invisible Dangers': Censorship and the Subversion of Authority in Early Modern England." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 90 (1996), 151-93. Blank, Juliane. "'Ein rechtes Wollustferkel': Erotisierung und Selbstzensur in Wilhelm Heinses italienischen Kunstbeschreibungen." Pp. 45-73 of Lenz Jahrbuch 16 (2009: Literatur-Kultur--Medien 1750-1800. Edited by Nikola Rossbach, Ariane Martin, and Matthias Luserke-Jaqui. St. Ingbert: Rцhrig Universitдtsverlag, 2009. Blйchet, Franзoise. "Voltaire et la police du livre." Pp. 125-38 in Voltaire & le livre. Edited by Franзois Bessire and Franзoise Tilkin. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre Internationale du XVIIIe siиcle, 2009. Pp. 336; bibliography; 98 illustrations; index. Bloch, Olivier R., and Antony McKenna (eds.). La Lettre clandestine. Vols. 1-4. 1992-1995. Rpt., Paris: Presses de l'Universitй de Paris-Sorbonne, 1999. Pp. 700. [Rev. by Maria Susana Seguin in RHLF, 103 (2003), 476-77.] Bloch, Olivier R., and Antony McKenna (eds.). La Lettre clandestine. Vol. 5: 1996. Avec les actes de la journйe de Crйteil du 12 avril 1996: Tendances actuelles dans la recherche sur les clandestins а l'вge classique. Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris--Sorbonne, 1997. Pp. 360. [Volume 5 includes Sylviane Albertan-Coppola's "Apologistes et clandestins au siиcle des Lumiиres" (267-78); Lise Andries' "Le Colportage des livres au XVIIIe siиcle, entre orthodoxie et clandestinitй" (193-200); Frйdйric Barbier's "Sur les routes de l'interdit: Espaces et rйseaux du livre de contrebande entre le Nord et Paris au XVIIIe siиcle" (201-23); Antony McKenna's "Un texte extrait des recueils des frиres Jamet" (5155); and Vйronique Sarrazin's "Du bon usage de la censure au XVIIIe siиcle" (161-91; Bertram Eugene Schwartzbach's "A Quo? Datation de l'Opinions des anciens sur les Juifs; Ad Quem? Une Source des Lettres persanes" (33-41).] Bцdeker, Hans Erich. "Raisonnement, Zensur und Selbstzensur: Zu den institutionellen und mentalen Voraussetzungen aufklдrerischer Kommunikation." Pp. 184-93 in Streitkultur: Strategien des Ьberzeugens im Werk Lessings. Edited by Wolfram Mauser and Gьnter Sasse. Tьbingen: Niemeyer, 1993. Bцdeker, Hans Erich, Clorinda Donato, and Peter Hanns Reill (eds.). Discourses of Tolerance and Intolerance in the European Enlightenment. (UCLA Clark Memorial Lecture Series.) Toronto: U. of Toronto Press, 2009. Pp. xii + 257; illus.; index. [Includes Terence Ball's "Political Parties and the Legitimacy of Opposition" (73-99); Hans Erich Bцdeker's "Towards a Reconstruction of the Discourse on Tolerance and Intolerance in the Age of the Enlightenment" (167-26); Madelyn Gutwirth's "The Intolerable Other" (170-91).] Boer, Harm den. "Ediciones falsificadas de Holanda en el siglo XVII: Escritores sefarditas y Page 14 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 censura judaica." Pp. 99-104 in Varia Bibliographica: Homenaje a Josй Simуn Dнaz. Edited by Kurt Reichenberger, Roswitha Reichenberger, and Josй Fradejas Lebrero. Kasset: Reichenberger, 1988. Pp. x + 678. Boлs, Ann, and Robert L. Dawson. "The Legitimation of contrefaзons and the police." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 230 (1985), 461-84. Boggiani, Rinaldo. Storia della libertа di stampa. Rome: Edizioni Associate, 2011. Pp. iv + 207. Boisacq, Marie-Jeanne. "Critique contre censure dans L'Histoire du Bohиme e ses sept chвteau de Charles Nodier." French Studies in Southern Africa, 21 (1992), 8-19. Bollinger, Ernst. Pressegeschichte. Vol. 1: 1500-1800: Das Zeitalter der allmдchtigen Zensur. (Цffentliche soziale Kommunikation. Reihe Werkpapiere, 29.) Freiburg: Universitдtsverlag, 1995. Pp. 149; illus. Bonani, Vittoria (ed.). Dal torchino alle fiamme: Inquisizione e censura: Nuovi contributi dalla piщ antica Biblioteca Provinciale d'Italia. Bound with Censura e libri espurgati: Le cinquecentine della Biblioteca Provinciale di Salerno: Catalogo della mostra bibliografica, ed. by Bonani, Giuseppe Gianluca Cicco, and Anna Maria Vitale. Salerno: Biblioteca Provinciale di Salerno, 2005. Pp. 358; bibliographical catalogue; illustrations. [Rev. (briefly, fav.) by Neil Harris] in Library, 7th series, 7 (2006), 220.] Bonin, Philippe. "Censorship of / in Diderot's Entry `Encyclopйdie' of the Encyclopйdie." Romance Review, 16 (2006), 48-63. Bonnet, Pierre (ed.). Littйrature de contestation: pamphlets et polйmiques du rиgne de Louis XIV aux Lumiиres. Paris: Le Manuscrit, 2011. Pp. 445. [Includes Anthony McKenna's "Les Soupirs de la France esclave, qui aspire aprйs la libertй: La question de l'attribution" (229-68); Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier's "La dйnonciation pamphlйtaire du `Systиme de Law': Des mйtaphores et allйgories mythologiques de l'illustion aux mйtaphores optiques nouvelles" (303-08); and Henri Duranton's "Les voies cachйes de la propagande jansйniste au XVIIIe siиcle: Un provisoire йtat des lieux (309-34); and Sйbastien Drouin's "Les Jйsuites aux Enfers: Figures de l'antijйsuitisme dans la premiиre motiй й du XVIIIe siиcle" (335-60); and Samy Ben Messauoud's "Voltaire et la Gazette de litteraire de Europe, brиve illustration du journalisme pamphlйtaire" (379-95).] Bonomi, Patricia U. The Lord Cornbury Scandal: The Politics of Reputation in British America. Chapel Hill: U. of North Carolina Press, for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2012. Pp. xiv + 290; bibliography; illus.; index. [On the gossip, libel, and slander directed at Cornbury, governor of New York and New Jersey from 1702-1708, until forced out.] Booker, Kristina. "'Heresy and Error': The Ecclesiastical Censorship of Books 1400-1800: Bridwell Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX 20 September -17 December 2010." SHARP News, 20, no. 2 (Spring 2011), 14-15. Booth, Alan. "Irish Exiles, Revolution, and Writing in England in the 1790s." Pp. 64-81 of Irish Writing: Exile and Subversion. Edited by Paul Hyland and Neil Sammells. New York: St. Martin's, 1991. [On the publications of the United Irishmen in the 1790s, especially The Declaration.] Borchi, Nicola. "Jean-Jacques Rousseau et Jean-Baptiste Renй Robinet devant le Saint-Office." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 34 (2002), 335-48. Bordas, Eric. "Obscиnes details: Contre-йcriture de la scиne sadienne." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11 (1999), 271-84. Borromeo, Agostino (ed.). L'Inquisizione: Atti del Simposio Internazionale, Cittа del Vaticano, 29-31 ottobre 1998. Vatican City: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 2003. Pp. 788. Bots, J. A. H. G. M. "Censorship." Pp. 131-32 in Bibliopolis: History of the Printed Book in the Netherlands. Ed. by Marieke van Delft and Clemens de Wolf. The Hague: Koninklijke Bibliotheek; Zwolle: Waanders, 2003. Pp. 319; illus. (some in color). Boutier, Jean. "Les imprimйs rйvolutionnaires franзais en Toscane: Paradoxe d'une libertй Page 15 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 surveillйe (1789-1792)." Mйlanges de l'Йcole Franзaise de Rome: Italie et Mйditerranйe, 102 (1990), 423-68. Bowyer, T. H. "Philip Francis and `54': The Record of a Clandestine Correspondence." Notes and Queries, n.s. 40 (1993), 342-45. Braida, Lodovica. "L'affermazione della censura di stato in Piemonte: Dall'editto del 1648 alle Costituzioni per L'Universitа del 1772." Rivista Storica Italiana, 102 (1990), 717-95. Braida, Lodovica. Il commercio delle idиe: Editoria e circolazione del libro nella Torino del Settecento. (Centro di Studi sul Pensiero Politico, Studi e testi, 2.) Florence: L. Olschki, 1995. Pp. 403; bibliography [357-81]; index. [Rev. (fav.) by A. Di Ricco in Rassegna della letteratura italiana, 101, nos. 2-3 (1997), 299-300; (fav.) by Neil Harris in Library, 6th ser., 20 (1998), 89; (fav.) by Craig Kallendorf in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 90 (1996), 227-29; by Franзoise Waquet in Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, 88-89 (1995), 438-39.] Braida, Lodovica "Gli studi italiani sui `libri per tutti' in antico regime: Tra storia sociale, storia del libro e storia della censura." Pp. 326-44 in Libri per tutti: Generi editoriali di larga circolazione tra antico regime ed etа contemporanea. Edited by Lodovica Braida and Mario Infelise. Turin: ETET Libreria, 2010. Braithwaite, Helen. Romanticism, Publishing, and Dissent: Joseph Johnson and the Cause of Liberty. Basingstoke, Hants.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. Pp. 288; index. Brambilla, Elena. La Giustizia intollerante: Inquisizione e tribunali confessionali in Europa (secoli IV-XVIII). Rome: Carocci, 2006. Pp. 272. Braun, Theodore E. D. "The Controversy over the Morality of the Theatre in Early Enlightenment France." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 29, no. 1 (Summer 2014), 57-74; summary [142]. [In a special issue on anti-theatricalism, edited by Logan Connors, beginning with his introduction "The Theater's Many Enemies" (29.1: 5-16).] Bravetti, Patrizia, and Orfea Granzotto (eds.). False Date: Repertorio delle licenze di stampa veneziane con falso luogo di edizione (1740-1797). (Fonti storiche e letterarie, 21.) Introduction by Mario Infelise. Florence: Universitа di Firenze, 2008. Pp. 283. [An account of 772 applications to the Riformatori dello Studio di Padova to publish books at Venice under a false location (Venetian books required a difficult approval process so circumvented), with identifications of actual editions as published. This major bibliographical catalogue is arranged by date, recording title, imprint, format and pagination and location of copy; it provides the name of the revisor or auditer for the application, as a person at an office of the Inquisition. It has an index of "falsi luoghi di stampa" and another for authors, revisors, and printers. Infelise's introduction is on pp. 728. Rev. by Anna Giulia Cavagna in Il Bibliotecario, 3rd series, 2010, no. 3 (Sept-Dec., 2010; (briefly) by Rudj Gorian in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 12 (December 2009), 25.] Breashears, Caroline. "'Justifying Myself to the World': Paratextual Strategies in Teresia Constantia Phillips's Apology." Script & Print, 35 (2011), 7-22. Brera, Matteo. "Non istа bene in buona teologia': Four Italian Translations of Paradise Lost and the Vatican's Policies of Book Censorship (1732-1900)." Italian Studies, 68, no. 1 (March 2013), 99-122. Bricker, Andrew Benjamin. "Libel and Satire: The Problem with Naming." ELH, 81, no. 3 (2014), 889-921. [Argues that elided, or "gutted," names (like "S____") served no legal function but rather a rhetorical and satirical end.] Brisebois, Michel. "Trois lettres inйdites de Crйbillon fils." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 25 (1993), 26773. [One of the letters, to La Beaumelle (Feb. 1755), notes the refusal of a printer in Sens to publish his work and another, to the Baron d'Aigaliers in Montauban (August 1755), treats Crйbillon's role as a censor and his criticism of contemporary literature.] Brockmeier, Peter, and Gerhard R. Kaiser (eds.). Zensur und Selbstzensur in Literatur. Page 16 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Wьrzburg: Kцnigshausen & Neumann, 1996. Pp. vi + 306; illus. [Papers of a 1993 congress in Berlin. Rev. by Susanne Knaller in Romanische Forschungen, 110 (1998), 235-38.] Brooks, Christopher. "'To make seclusion pleasant': Censorship and Subordination in Rasselas." CLA Journal, 52 (2009), 353-66. Brooks, Joanna. "The Early American Public Sphere and the Emergence of a Black Print Counterpublic." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 62 (2005), 67-92. Brotini, Maurizio. "La carte della censura nell'Archivio di Stato di Firenze (1814-1844)." La Fabbrica del Libro, 8, no. 1 (2002), 39-46. Brown, Gregory. A Field of Honor: Writers, Court Culture, and Public Theater: Literary Life from Racine to the Revolution. New York: Columbia U. Press, 2002. Pp. 387; bibliography. [Revision of 1997 Columbia U. dissertation, detailing instances of censorship. Rev. by Emmet Kennedy in H-France Review, 3, no. 33 (2003); (with another book) by Geoffrey Turnovsky in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 37 (2004), 325-29.] Brown, Gregory S. "Reconsidering the Censorship of Writers in Eighteenth-Century France: Civility, State, Power, and the Public Theater in the Enlightenment." Journal of Modern History, 75 (2003), 247-88. Brown, Michael. A Political Biography of John Toland. (Eighteenth-Century Political Biographies.) London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009; e-book edition, 2011. Pp. viii + 196; bibliography; index. [Rev. by Justin Champion in Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dб chultъr, 27 (2012), 214-16; by Al Coppola in Scriblerian, 47, no. 1 (Autumn 2014), 7476.] Brown, Richard D. "Periodicals and Politics: Part Two: Shifting Freedoms of the Press in the Eighteenth Century." Pp. 366-76 in A History of the Book in America. Vol. I: The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World. Ed. by Hugh Amory and David D. Hall. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press; Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society, 2000. Bucchi, Gabriele. "'Finchй non cangiano color le chiome': Tracce di autocensura negli 'Endecasillabi' di Paolo Rolli." Pp. 231-39 in "Parlar l'idioma soave": Studi di filologia e storia della lingua offerti a Gianni A. Papini. Ed. by Matteo M. Pedroni. Novara: Interlinea, 2003. Buccini, Stefania. "Letture clandestine e 'apprendisti lettori' nelle autobiografie del SetteOttocento." Yearbook of Italian Studies, 10 (1993), 29-39. Buch, David J. The Representation of Jews in the Musical Theatre of the Habsburg Empire (1788-1807). (Yuval Music Series, 9.) Jerusalem: Jewish Music Research Centre, 2012. Pp. 140. [Essay and transcripts of librettos and scores of dramatic representations of Jews, usually derogatory. Rev. (fav.) by Joshua S. Walden in Music and Letters, 94, no. 1 (2003), 154-56.] Bujanda, Jйsus M[artinez]. de. El нndice de libros prohibido y expurgados de la Inquisiciуn espanola (1551-1819): Evoluciуn y contenido. (Indices de libros prohibidos, 12.) Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 2016. Pp. 1227; index. [Rev. by Alessandro Tedesca in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 40 (December 2016), 2-3.] Bujanda, Jйsus M[artinez]. de, with the assistance of Marcella Richter (comps.). Index librorum prohibitorum 1600-1966. (Index des livres interdits, 11.) Geneva: Droz; Montreal: Centre d'Йtudes de la Renaissance, U. de Sherbrooke, 2002. Pp. 980 + [2]. [Rev. (fav.) by Luigi Balsamo in La Bibliofilнa, 105 (2003), 318-20; by Albert Labarre in Bulletin du bibliophile (2003), 378-79; by David McKitterick in Book Collector, 52 (2003), 588-89.] Bulgin, Iona. "Attempting the Pen: Anne Finch's Defense of a Woman's Right to be a Poet." Pp. 1-10 in TransAtlantic Crossings: Eighteenth-Century Explorations. St. Johns, Newfoundland: Memorial U. of Newfoundland, 1995. Bullard, Patrick. Parliamentary Rhetoric, Enlightenment, and the Politics of Secrecy: The Printers' Crisis of March 1771." History of European Ideas, 31 (2005), 313-25. Page 17 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Bullard, Rebecca. The Politics of Disclosure, 1674-1725: Secret History Narratives. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009. Pp. viii + 250. [Rev. by Matthew Jenkinson in English Historical Review, 128 (2013), 1241-43; by Jack Lynch in Review of English Studies, 62 [no. 254] (2011), 312-14. Burch, Steven Dedalus. "'When satire more than closed on Saturday night': Henry Fielding and the Licensing Act of 1737." Theatre Symposium, 16 (2008), 75-88. Burrows, Simon. Blackmail, Scandal, and Revolution: London's French Libellistes, 1758-92. Manchester: Manchester U. Press (distributed in the U.S.A. by Palgrave), 2006. Pp. xv + 256; illustrations. [Rev. by James Hanrahan in French Studies, 62 (2008), 342-43; by Gary Kates in H-France Review, 8, no. 142 (November 2008), 577-79.] Burrows, Simon. "French Banned Books in International Perspective, 1770-1789." Pp. 19-45 in Experiencing the French Revolution. (SVEC, 2013: 05.) Edited by David Andress. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2013. Burrows, Simon. "Grub Street Revolutionaries: Marginal Writers at the Enlightenment's Periphery." SVEC, 2008: 1 (2008), 145-61. [In a volume, edited by Richard Butterwick, Simon Davies, and Gabriel Sanchez Espinosa, with the introductoctory "Peripheries of the Enlightenment: An Introduction" by Butterwick (1-16) and containing Fiona Clark's "The Gazeta de Literatura de Mйxico and the Edge of Reason: When Is a Periphery not a Periphery?" (251-64).] Burrows, Simon. "A Literary Low-Life Reassessed: Charles Thйveneau de Morande in London, 1769-1791." Eighteenth-Century Life, 22, no. 1 (Feb. 1998), 76-94. [On slander.] Burrows, Simon, and Mark Curran. "The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Project and the STN Database." Journal of Digital Humanities, 1, no. 3 (Summer 2012), 52-55. Burrows, Simon, and Mark Curran. "How Swiss was the Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel? A Digital Case Study of French Book Trade Networks." Journal of Digital Humanities, 1, no. 3 (Summer 2012), 58-65. Burrows, Simon, Mark Curran, and others (eds.). The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe, 1769-1794: Mapping the Trade of the Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel. Online project to examine the publishers' trade, posted at http://chop.leeds.ac.uk/stn/index.html. [Rev. favorably by Jeremy L. Caradonna in French History, 27 (2013), 286-87; by Nancy J. Vogeley in a review essay (with a book) ("France and Beyond: Legal and Stealthy Book Publishers") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 46, no. 3 (2013), 439-43.] Burt, E. S. "The Meeting Place of Autobiography and Censorship: Rousseau's Lettres а Malesherbes." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 17 (1987), 289-308. Burwick, Frederick. "The Language of High Treason: Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, and the Edinburgh Seven." Huntington Library Quarterly, 63, no. 3 (2000), 263-75. [In an issue devoted to "British Radical Culture of the 1790s." Buscaglia-Salgado, Josй F. "'The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramнrez' (1690) and the Duplicitous Complicity between the Narrator, the Writer, and the Censor." Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism, 1, no. 1 (Sept. 2005). Unpaginated e-journal. [On Los infortunios de Alonso Ramнrez by Carlos de Sigьenza y Gуngora.] Buti, Gilbert, and Anne Carol (eds.). Comportements, croyances et mйmoires: Europe mйridionale, XVe-XXe siиcles: Etudes offertes а Rйgis Bertrand. Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l'Universitй de Provence, 2007. Pp. 300. [Includes Albrecht Burkardt's "'Periculosam dico haec propositionem': La censure de Beccaria par la Congrйgation de l'Index"; Emmanuelle Chapron's "Les humeurs du lecteur: Maniиres de lire et hypocondrie savante а Florence au XVIIIe siиcle"; Marilyne Crivello's "Un йcrit d'йcran: `La Peste de 1720' de R. Bertrand sur Internet"; Jacques Guilhaumou's "Objets culturels dans le tourmente rйvolutionnaire en Provence"; Michиle Janin-Thivos's "Mourir а Lisbonne: Autour du testament de quelques marchands libraires du Brianзonnais installйs Page 18 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 au Portugal au XVIIIe siиcle."] Cabantous, Alain. Blasphemy: Impious Speech in the West from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century. Translation of Histoire du blasphиme en Occident: Fin XVIemilieu XIXe siиcle (Paris: A. Michel, 1998) by Eric Rauth. New York: Columbia U. Press, 2002. Pp. x + 288; index. [Rev. (mixed) by Peter Davidson in TLS (April 12, 2002), 31; by Peter S. Fosl in 1650-1850, 11 (2005), 533-38; by Lisa Sigel in Journal of Social History, 37 (2003), 237-38; by John Spurr in English Historical Review, 119 (2004), 1060-61.] Cable, Lana. "Licensing Metaphor: Marvell, and the Debate over Conscience." Pp. 243-60 in Early Modern England: Material Studies. Edited by Jennifer Andersen and Elizabeth Sauer. Afterword by Stephen Orgel. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. Pp. vi + 305. Calvo, Hortensia. "The Politics of Print: The Historiography of the Book in Early Spanish America." Book History, 6 (2003), 277-305. Camden, Vera J. "Blasphemy and the Problem of the Self in Grace Abounding." Bunyan Studies, 1, no. 2 (1989), 5-21. Camenietzki, Carlos Ziller. "O Paraнso Proibido: A Censura а Chronica de Simгo de Vasconcelos em 1663." Pp. 109-34 of El Saber de los jesuitas, historias naturales y el Nuevo Mundo. Edited by Luis Millones Figueroa and Domingo Ledezma. (Textos y Estudios Coloniales y de la Independencia.) Frankfurt: Vervuert; Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2005. Pp. 349. [Treats Jesuit writers in Brazil and works including Chronica de Companhia de Jesus do Estado do Brasil (1663) and Noticias Curiosas e Necessitarias das Cousas do Brasil (1668).] Candaux, Jean-Daniel, Alain Cernuschi, Clorinda Donato, and Jens Hдseler (eds.). L'Encyclopйdie d'Yverdon et sa rйsonance europйenne: Contextes--contenus--continuitйs. Geneva: Slatkine, 2005. Pp. 504. [20 essays. Rev. by Paola Sossa in Studi Francesi, 51 [no. 151] (2007), 177-78.] Canfield, J. Douglas. "Richard Flecknoe's Early Defense of the Stage: An Appeal to Cromwell." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2, no. 2 (Winter 1987), 1-7. Canosa, Romano. Storia dell'inquisizione di Sicilia dal 1600 al 1720. Palermo: Sellerio, 1989. Pp. 144. Canosa, Romano. Storia dell'Inquisizione in Italia: Dalla metа del Cinquecento alla fine del Settecento. 5 vols. Rome: Sapere, 1986-1990. [Volumes have regional focus and appeared separately, as vol. 3 in 1988): Vol. 1: Modena, 2: Venezia; 3: Torino e Genova; 4: Milano e Firenze; and 5: Napoli e Bologna.] Canosa, Romano. Storia dell'Inquisizione Spagnola in Italia. Rome: Sapere 2000 [sic], 1992. Pp. 314. Canovari, Aldo (ed.). Sui libri malvagi. (Oche del Campidoglio, 96.). Macerata, Italy: Liberilibri, 2011. Pp. 169. [On censorship 1765-1966. Rev. (briefly) by Rudj Gorian in L'Almannaco bibliografico, no. 20 (December 2011), 29.] Cantera Garcнa, Victor. "El Officio de censor en nuestra historia literaria (Siglos XVII-XIX): Estudio y consideraciуn de la censura dramбtica en la Espaсa decimуnica." Letras de Deusto, 32 [no. 96] (2002), 63-89. Canuel, Mark. Religion, Toleration and British Writing, 1790-1830. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 53.) Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2002. Pp. vi + 317; index. [Rev. by Regina Hewitt in Studies in Romanticism, June 2004.] Canziani, Guido (ed.). Filosofia e religione della letteratura clandestina: Secoli XVII e XVIII. Milan: Franco Angeli, 1994. Pp. 520. Capatti, Alberto. "La bettola reale." Confronto Letterario [Bergamo], 15, Supplement (1991), 121-33. [Sade's imprisonment in the Bastille.] Capel Martнnez, Rosa Marнa. "Ilustraciуn, matrimonio, y censura inquisitorial." Pp. 164-79 in Page 19 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Figures de la censure dans le mondes hispanique et hispano-amйricain. Edited by Juan Carlos Garrot and Jean-Louis Guereсa, and Mуnica Zapata. (Йtudes Hispaniques.) Paris: Indigo et Cфtй-femmes, 2009. Pp. 391. Carefoote, Pearce J. Forbidden Fruit: Banned, Censored, and Challenged Books from Dante to Harry Potter. Introduction by Alberto Manguel. Toronto: LMB Editions, 2007. Pp. 143; illustrations. Carefoote, Pearce J. Nihil Obstat: An Exhibition of Banned, Censored & Challenged Books in the West, 1491-2000. Introduction by Alberto Manguel. Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, U. of Toronto, 2005. Pp. 111; catalogue of exhibition (Jan.-April 2005); illus. [Rev. in Library, 7th series, 6 (2005), 362.] Carnell, Rachell K. "Eliza Haywood and the Narratological Tropes of Secret History." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 14, no. 4 (Fall 2014), 101-21. Carnell, Rachell K. "The Very Scandal of her Tea Table: Eliza Haywood's Response to the Whig Public Sphere." Pp. 255-73 in Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early Modern Culture. Edited by Chris Mounsey. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell U. Press, 2001. Carretta, Vincent. The Snarling Muse: Verbal and Visual Political Satire from Pope to Churchill. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1983. Pp. xxi + 290; illus; index.[Rev. by Jenny Mezciems in RES, 39 (1988), 300-01.] Carruthers, Gerrard. "'Tongues turn'd inside out': The Reception of `Tam O'Shanter.'" Studies in Scottish Literature, 35-36 (2007), 455-63. Carter, Michael S. "'Under the Benign Sun of Toleration: Matthew Carey, the Douai Bible, and Catholic Print Culture, 1789-1791." Journal of the Early Republic, 27 (2007), 437-69. [Carey, 1760-1839. His bible was the first Catholic and only the second English Bible printed in North America.] Carter, Sophie. Purchasing Power: Representing Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century English Popular Print Culture. (British Art and Visual Culture since 1750, New Readings.) Aldershot, U.K.; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004. Pp. ix + 211; illus.; index. [A revision of Carter's 1998 Ph.D. dissertation, "Purchasing Power: Representing Metropolitan Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century English Popular Print Culture" (U. of East Anglia). Besides such chapters as "Pornocracy: Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century London" and "A Harlot's Progress: Constructing and Reading a Popular Narrative of Prostitution," it includes "'The New Moral Arena: Prostitution and Popular Print Culture." Jessica Hollis's review offers a good summary of its chapters' contents. Rev. (favorably) by Jessica L. Hollis in a review essay ("Prostitution in the Long Eighteenth Century") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40 (2007), 340-45; by Deborah Simonton in British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28 (2005), 288-89.] Caruso, Carlo. Three Cases of Censorship in Opera Theatre: Mozart, Rossini, Verdi." Italianist, 24, no. 2 (2004), 208-23. Cash, Arthur H. (ed.) An Essay on Woman by John Wilkes and Thomas Potter: A Reconstruction of a Lost Book, with an Historical Essay on the Writing, Printing, and Suppressing of This "Blasphemous and Obscene" Work. (AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, 36.) With historical and textual introductions, explanatory notes, critical apparatus, appendices and index by Cash. New York: AMS Press, 2000. Pp. xii + 200. [Rev. (glowingly) by Peter Briggs in Age of Johnson, 13 (2002), 589-95; by M. Demata in Notes and Queries, 50 (2003), 241-42; in rev. essay ("British Erotica before and after 1700") by Norbert Schьrer in ECS, 37 (2004), 474-78. See also Cash's further study of the Goldberg manuscript of Wilkes' Essay on Woman, which qualifies points in this 2000 discussion: "A Goldberg Variation," Age of Johnson, 13 (2002), 239-54.] Cash, Arthur H. John Wilkes: The Scandalous Father of Civil Liberty. New Haven: Yale U. Press, 2006. Pp. xii + 482. [Rev. (fav.) by G. M. Ditchfield in Age of Johnson, 20 (2010), 347-52. Rev. by Stephen Behrendt in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31, no. 3 (2007), 85- Page 20 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 91.] Castaсeda, Carmen. "Circulaciуn, censura, y apropiaciуn de libros al norte de la Nueva Espaсa." Pp. 271-83 of La formaciуn de la cultura virreinal: I: La Etapa inicial. Edited by Karl Kohut and Sonia V. Rose. Madrid: Iberoamericana; Frankfurt: Vervuert, 2000. Pp. 439. Castiglione, Dario, and Lesley Sharpe (eds.). Shifting the Boundaries: Transformation of the Languages of the Public and Private in the Eighteenth Century. Exeter: U. of Exeter Press, 1995. Pp. xii + 242; illus.; index. [Includes John Christian Laursen's "Literatures of Publicity and the Right to Freedom of the Press in the Late Eighteenth-Century Germany: The Case of Karl Friedrich Bardt" (105-30); and Eduardo Tortarola's "Censorship and the Conception of the Public in Late Eighteenth-Century Germany: or, Are Censorship and Public Opinion Mutually Exclusive?" (131-50).] Castillo Gomez, Antonio. "'There are lots of papers going around and it'd be better if there weren't': Broadsides and Public Opinion in the Spanish Monarchy in the Seventeenth Century." Pp. 227-48 in Beyond the Public Sphere: Opinions, Publics, Spaces in Early Modern Europe. Edited by Massimo Rospocher. Bologna: Il Mulino; Berlin: Duncker & Humbolt, 2012. Castro, Demetrio. "Autor censura a autor: Un caso de control polнtico-literario en la Espaсa de finales del antiguo rйgimen." Studi Ispanici, 36 (2011), 87-106. [On the political context of censorship, 1700-1799, within a special issue entitled "Polнtico y pensamiento polнtico en la literatura hispбnica."] Castronovo, Russ. Propaganda 1776: Secrets, Leaks, and Revolutionary Communications in Early America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. 256. [Rev.by Sandra M. Gustafson in Modern Philology, 114, no. 3 (February 2017), E186-E188; by Stephen Shapiro in Library & Information History, 31 (2015), 139-40; (fav.) by William B. Warner in Journal of the Early Republic, 35, no. 1 (Spring 2016), 175-78.] Castronovo, Russ. "State Secrets: Ben Franklin and WikiLeaks." Critical Enquiry, 39 (2011), 42550. Cattoor, Muriel. "Opйrations а livre ouvert" In Voltaire & le livre. Edited by Franзois Bessire and Franзoise Tilkin. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre Internationale du XVIIIe siиcle, 2009. Pp. 336; bibliography; 98 illustrations; index. Cavaillй, Jean-Pierre. "Libertine and Libertinism: Polemic Uses of the Terms in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century English and Scottish Literature." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 12, no. 2 (Spring 2012), 12-36. [Part of a special issue: "Libertine Bodies or the Politics of Baroque Corporeality, edited by Karel Vanhaesebrouck and Pol Dehert.] Cavarzere, Marco. "Un cantiere aperto della storiografia religiosa: Alcuni nuovi studi sulla censura in Italia." Revista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa, 48, no. 1 (2012), 179-92. Cavarzere, Marco. "La Fortune di [Pierre] Bayle in Italia: La censure romane." Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa, 43, no. 3 (2007), 525-44. Cayuela, Anne (ed.). Ediciуn y literatura en Espaсa: Siglos XVI y XVII. Afterword by Roger Chartier. Zaragoza: Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2012. Pp. 398. [Some of the 17 essays treat censorship.] Cerezo, Josй Antonio. Literature erуtica en Espaсa: Repertorio de obras, 1519-1936. Madrid: Ollero y Ramos, 2001. Pp. 390; index. Ceriotti, Luca. "Parma francese: Intellettuali, potere e censura della idee negli stati dei Borbone a mezzo il Settecento." Pp. 179-94 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Cerruti, Sofie. "Illegale handel in boeken rond 1791: Paapes biografie van Willen V. of hoe een boekhandelaar in het rasphulus belandde." Achttiende Eeuw, 30, no. 1 (1998), 59-78. Champion, J[ustin]. A. I. "'Manuscripts of Mine Abroad': John Toland and the Circulation of Page 21 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Ideas, c. 1700-1722." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 14 (1999), 9-36. Champion, Justin. "Publiй mais non imprimй: John Toland et la circulation des manuscrits, 1700- 1722." Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998), 301-41. Chancellor, V. E. "Anti-Racialism or Censorship? The 1802 Jewish Riots at Covent Garden Opera and the Career of Thomas John Dibdin." Opera Quarterly, 18, no. 1 (Winter 2002), 18-25. Chang, Ku-Ming (Kevin). "Toleration of Alchemists as a Political Question: Transmutation, Disputation, and Early Modern Scholarship on Alchemy." Ambix, 54, no. 3 (2007), 24573. Chaplin, Sue. "Romance and Sedition in the 1790s: Radcliffe's The Italian and the Terrorist Text." Romanticism, 7, no. 2 (2001), 177-90. Charles, Sйbastien "L'immatйrialisme dans la littйrature clandestine du siиcle des Lumiиres." Dialogue, 39 (2000), 491-511. Chartier, Roger. "Book Trade, Literary Property, and Censorship: Diderot and his `Corsairs.'" Center & Clark Newsletter, no. 46 (autumn 2007), 7-10. Chartier, Roger. "L'йditeur comme censeur: Le Breton et l'Encyclopйdie." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 7 (2011), 178-90. Chartrand, Harry Hillman. "Christianity, Copyright, and Censorship in English-Speaking Countries." Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society, 22 (1992), 253-71. Chen Sham, Jorge. "Las contradicciones del contrato de lectura de Cartas Marruecas: El carбcter de la imparcialdad polнtica." Revista de Filolуgia y Lingьistica de la Universidad de Costa Rico, 24, no. 2 (July-Dec. 1998), 99-111. [On authorial intent, reception, and censorship of this work by Josй Cadalso y Vбzquez.] Cherniak, Warren, and Martin Dzelzainis (eds.). Marvell and Liberty. New York: St. Martin's, 1999. Pp. xiii + 365; bibliography; illus. Cheyronnaud, Jacques, Elisabeth Claverie, Denis Laborde, and Philippe Roussin. Critique et affaires de blasphиme а l'йpoque des Lumiиres. Paris: Champion, 1998. Pp. 272. [Rev. (with another book) by Franзois Moureau in Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 31 (1999), 590-91.] Chocano Mena, Magdalena G. "Imprenta e impresores de Nueva Espaсa, 1539-1700: Lнmites econуmicos y condiciones politicas en la tipografнa colonial americano." Historia Social, 23 (1995), 3-20. Choteev, Pavel Ivanovic. Kniga v Rossii v seredine XVIII veka: Castnye kniznye sobranija [Das Buch in Russland mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts.: Private Bьchersammlungen. Izdat. Nauka: Leningradskoe Otdelenie Leningrad, 1989. Pp. 140 + [12] of plates. [Rev. by E. A. in Jahrbьcher fьr Geschichte Osteuropas, 39, no. 3 (1991), 474. Choudhury, Mita. "An Unlikely Pair: Satire and Jansenism in the Sarcelades, 1731-64." French Historical Studies, 36 (2013), 543-70. Churchiak, John F., IV. The Inquisition in New Spain, 1536-1820: A Documentary History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Press, 2012. Pp. 464; index. Cienfuegos Antelo, Gema. "La censura teatral, del Barroco a la Ilustraciуn: Un baile prohibido en el siglo XVIII." Anagnуrisis: Revista de Investigaciуn Teatral, 6, no. 1 (2012), 64-91; summary in English and Spanish. E-journal published at http://www.anagnorisis.es/. [Concerning the cenrorship of Pedro Vayalarde's Baile nuevo para la quinta parte (1743), as well as his El Mбgico de Salerno (1715).] Clark, Anna. Scandal: The Sexual Politics of the British Constitution. Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 2013. Pp. xiv + 311; index. [Examines six "major British scandals," 1763-1830, to show these brought people into politics as the public was moved by "familiar stories of sex and betrayal" (scandals involve Lord Bute, Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire, and others).] Clark, David, and Stephen H. P. Clark. Newton's Tyrrany: The Suppressed Scientific Discoveries of Stephen Gray and John Flamsteed. Boston: W. H. Freeman, 2000; reprinted in Page 22 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 paperback: New York: Owl Books, 2001. Pp. 192; bibliography; index. Rev. by Nick Kollerstrom in Isis, 96 (2005), 278-79. Newton's obstruction is also treated by Adrian Johns (see below).] Clark, J. C. D. Samuel Johnson: Literature, Religion and English Cultural Politics from the Restoration to Romanticism. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1995. Pp. 272; illus. [An important if combattive argument for Johnson's Jacobitism. Rev. by David Nokes in TLS (25 November 1995); (fav. with reservations) by Isobel Grundy in ECCB, n.s. 20-21: for 1994-1995 (2001), 503-05, accusing Clark of "tunnel vision" but finding the book beneficial to all working on Johnson.] Clarke, Jan. "The Expulsion of the Italians from the Hotel de Bourgogne in 1697." SeventeenthCentury French Studies, 14 (1992), 97-117. Clegg, Cyndia Susan. "Liberty, License, and Authority: Press Censorship and Shakespeare." Pp. 464-85 in A Companion to Shakespeare. Edited by David Scott Kastan. Oxford: Blackwell, 1999. Clegg, Cyndia Susan. Press Censorship in Caroline England. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2008. Pp. vii + 289. [Rev. by Maureen Bell in TLS (19 June 2009), 32; by Mark Kishlansky in Renaissance Quarterly, 62 (2009), 331-33.] Clegg, Cyndia Susan. Press Censorship in Jacobean England. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2001. Pp. xii + 286; bibliography; index. [Rev. by Richard Dutton in Albion, 35 (2003), 117-19; by Michelle O'Callaghan in Modern Language Review, 98 (2003), 960-61; by Joad Raymond in RES, 55 (2004), 131-34.] Cliteur, Paul, and Tom Herrenberg (eds.). The Fall and Rise of Blasphemy Law. Foreword by Flemming Rose. Leiden: Leiden U. Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 268. [Though mainly focused on 21st-century developments in Europe, the collection includes two essays reaching back to the eighteenth century: David Nash's "Blasphemy and the Law: The Fall and Rise of a Legal Non Sequitur" (27-48) and Ivan Hare's "The English Law of Blasphemy: The `Melancholy, Long Withdrawing Roar,'" on the history of English blasphemy law (49-70).] Close, Anthony J. "Lo Cуmico y la censura en el Siglo de Oro." Pp. 27-38 in Memoria de la palabra: Actas del VI Congreso de la Asociaciуn Internacional Siglo de Oro. Edited by Maria Luisa Lobato and Francisco Domнnguez Matito. Madrid: Iberoamericana; Frankfurt: Vervuert, 2004. Pp. 955. Coaldrake, Kimi. "Nishiki-e and Kumi-uta: Innovations in Edo Popular Prints and Music in Suzuki Harunobu's Descending Geese of the Koto Bridges (Kotoji no rakugan)." Japanese Studies, 32, no. 1 (2012), 113-27; summary in English. Cocks, Harry G. [sic]. "Reading Obscene Texts and their Histories." Media History, 18, nos. 3-4 (2012), 275-88. [Cocks argues that modern historians would benefit from perceiving pornography and obscenity more as these concepts were employed during the long eighteenth century. In a special issue on "The Historiography of the Media in the United Kingdom," introduced by Tom O'Malley ("Historiography of the UK Media" (247).] Coers, Albert. "'E una bella materia il libro': Kunstlerische Buchzerstцrung--imaginiert und real." Kodex: Jahrbuch derInternationalen Buchwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft, 3 (2013), 7998. [in a volume on book destruction.] Coffey, John. "Milton, Locke, and the New History of Toleration" [review essay]. Modern Intellectual History, 5 (2008), 619-32. Colclough, David. Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2005. Pp. xi + 293; illus. [Rev. (fav.) by Cyndia Susan Clegg in SHARP News, 16, no. 3 (Summer 2007), 8.] Collier, Jeremy. A Short View of the Immorality and Prophaneness of the English Stage. Edited by Benjamin Hellinger. New York: Garland, 1987. Pp. cx + 354; bibliography. [Rev. Page 23 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 (fav.) in Scriblerian, 21, no. 1 (Autumn 1988), 80-81, noting intro includes biography and background.] Colombo, Claire Miller. "'You All May Boast the Censor's Art': Censorship and Authority in Romantic Drama." PhD dissertation, University of Texas, 1997. Dissertation Abstracts International, 59A, no. 1 (July 1998), 180. Combe, Kirk. "Clandestine Protest against William III in Dryden's Translations of Juvenal and Persius." Modern Philology, 87 (1989), 36-50. [Rev. (fav.) in Scriblerian, 22, no. 2 (Spring 1990), 133. See also Rachel Miller's similar conclusions the same year in Philological Quarterly.] Combe, Kirke. "Making Monkeys of Important Men: Performance Satire and Rochester's Alexander Bendo's Brochure." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 12, no. 2 (Spring 2012), 54-76. Comisso, Giovanni (ed.). Agenti segreti veneziani nel Settecento. Milan: Pareco, 2012. Pp. 430; index. Como, David R. "Print, Censorship and Ideological Escalation in the English Civil War." Journal of British Studies, 51 (2012), 820-57. Conde Naranjo, Esteban. "Governare la veritа: Censura e mercato delle idee nella Spagna illuminista." Pp. 149-79 in La censura nel secolo dei Lumi: Una visione internazionale. Edited by Edoardo Tortarolo. Turin: UTET Libreria, 2011. Connors, Logan. "From Anti-Theater to Anti-Theatricality." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 29, no. 2 (Winter 2014), 5-20; summary [117]. [Introduction to a special issue entitled "Writing against the Stage: Anti-Theatrical Discourse in Early Modern Europe, Part 2," edited by Connors. Connors also edited the issue 29, no. 1 on international oppositions to the stage.] Connors, Logan. "The Theater's Many Enemies" Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 29, no. 1 (Summer 2014), 5-16. [Introduction to a special issue entitled "Writing against the Stage: Anti-Theatrical Discourse in Early Modern Europe, Part 1,"edited by Connors. Connors also edited the issue 29, no. 2 on international oppositions to the stage.] Constant, Benjamin. Principes politique et autres йcrits (juin 1814-juillet 1815): Libertй de la presse, . . . Ed. by Olivier Devaux, Kurt Klooche, and others. Vol. 9 of Oeuvres completes. 2 vols. Tьbingen: Max Niemeyer, 2001. Pp. xviii + 1052. Conti, Gregory. "What's Not in On Liberty: The Pacific Theory of Freedome of Discussion in the Early Nineteenth Century." Journal of British Studies, 55 (2016), 57-75. Cooper, Barbara T. "Censorship and the Double Portraits of Disorder in Lemercier's La Dйmence de Charles VI." Orbis Litterarum, 40, no. 4 (1985), 300-16. Cooper, Robert L. D. Cracking the Freemasons Code: The Truth about Solomon's Key and the Brotherhood. New York and London: Random House, 2006; rpt. in paperback: New York: Atria Books [division of Simon & Schuster], 2007. Pp. 256; glossary, illus.; index. [Touches upon censorship, as of Andrew Michael Ramsay's intended oraton by Cardinal Fleury in France.] Cope, Kevin L. "A Discourse on the Miracles of our Savior (1727) [by] Thomas Woolston[,] Introduction." Pp. 101-17 in Above the Age of Reason: Miracles and Wonder in the Long Eighteenth Century. Edited by Cope. New York: AMS, 2006. [Woolston's case exemplies the censorship of clergy internally by the church.] Copello, Fernando. "Jardнn, clausura, y censura: Historias de tijeras en la Espaсa de los siglos XVI y XVII." Pp. 145-63 in Figures de la censure dans le mondes hispanique et hispanoamйricain. Edited by Juan Carlos Garrot and Jean-Louis Guereсa, and Mуnica Zapata. (Йtudes Hispaniques.) Paris: Indigo et Cфtй-femmes, 2009. Corp, Edward. "Jacobite Books in Toulouse." Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1 (2006), 71-85. Page 24 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Cortijo Ocaсa, Antonio. "Comedia novohispana y censura: El gйnero de la comedia de Santos." Pp. 53-69 of Temas del Barroco hispбnico. Edited by Ignacio Arellano and Eduardo Godog. Madrid: Iberoamanericana, in association with U. of Navarra; Frankfurt: Vervuert, 2004. Pp. 314. Costa, Gustavo. "La Congregazione dell'Indice e Jonathan Swift (Documenti sulla ricezione italiana di A Tale of a Tub)." Paratesto, 1 (2004 [early 2005]). Costa, Gustavo. Malebranche e Roma: Documenti dell'Archivo della Congregazione per la Dottrina delle fede. Florence: Olschki, 2003. Pp. 262. Costa, Gustavo. Thomas Burnet e la censura pontificia (con documenti inediti). Florence: Olschki, 2006. Pp. x + 116. Couzinet, Marie-Dominique. Le Clandestin et l'inйdit а l'вge classique. (La lettre clandestine, 11.) Paris: Presses de l'U. de Paris-Sorbonne, 2002. Cowan, Brian. "The Spin Doctor: Sacheverell's Trial Speech and Political Performance in the Divided Society." Parliamentary History, 31 (2012), 28-46. Cowan, Brian (ed.) The State Trial of Doctor Henry Sacheverell. (Texts and Studies, 6.) Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, for the Parliamentary History Yearbook Trust, 2012. Pp. xiii + 307; color illustrations. [This volume was also issued as supplemental issue no. 1 of Vol. 31 of Parliamentary History. It contains Cowan's "Reading the Trial of Dr. Sacheverell: Introduction" (1-34) and then a chronology (35-41); there follow fifteen documents important for understanding the significance of the trial, including manuscript materials. Printed materials include An Impartial Account of What Pass'd Most remarkable (L: Jacob Tonson [Abel Roper], 1710) and Dr. Henry Sacheveerells Speech, Relating to the Tumults (L: W. Garnet, 1710). In conjunction with this, Vol. 31's first number is a special issue with the title "Faction Displayed: Reconsidering the Impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell," ed. by Mark Knights, with his introductory "The View from 1710: Introduction." Six essays plus some notes follow. The articles are W. A. Speck's "The Current State of Sacheverell Scholarship" (16-27); Brian Cowan's "The Spin Doctor: Sacheverell's Trial Speech and Political Performance in the Divided Society" (28-46); Geoff Kemp's "The `End of Censorship' and the Politics of Toleration, from Locke to Sacheverell" (47-68); Eirwen E. C. Nicholson's "Sacheverell's Harlots: Non-Resistance on Paper and in Practice" (69-79); D. W. Hayton's "Irish Tories and Victims of Whig Persecution: Sacheverell Fever by Proxy" (80-98); and S.C.A. Pincus's "Addison's Empire: Whig Conceptions of Empire in the Early 18th Century" (99-117). Also present under "Note and Documents" is Daniel Szechi's "A Non-Resisting, Passively Obedient Revolution: Lord North and Grey and the Tory Response to the Sacheverell Impeachment" (118-27).] Coward, David. "The Sublimations of a Fetishist: Restif de la Bretonne." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (October 1985), 98-108. Cox, Neville. Blasphemy and the Law in Ireland. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 2000. Pp. 236; bibliography; index; table of cases. [On the history of Irish blasphemy laws and criticism and reform efforts addressing them.] Craciun, Adriana. "Mary Robinson, The Monthly Magazine, and the Free Press." Prose Studies, 25 (2002), 19-40. Cragin, Thomas J. "The Failings of Popular News Censorship in Nineteenth-Century France." Book History, 4 (2001), 49-80. Craik, Katharine A. Reading Sensations in Early Modern England. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Pp. xii + 200; bibliography; index. [Although focused on the physical and emotional experience of reading during the early sixteenth century, this book has a chapter on pornography that provides a good historical background to pornography in the eighteenth century. Rev. by Catherine A. Eskin in Renaissance Quarterly, 16 (2008), 1026-28; by Erin Sullivan in Medical History, 53 (2009), 154-56.] Page 25 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Cranston, Maurice. "Voltaire and the Freedom of the Press." Essays by Divers Hands, 46 (1990), 1-21. [A volume in a Royal Society of Literature serial that ceased publication in 1990.] Cronk, Nicholas. "L'Epitre а Uranie de Voltaire: Stratйgies de publication d'une oeovre clandestine." Pp. 275-84 in Poйtique de la pensйe: Йtudes sur l'вge classique et le siиcle philosophique en hommage а Jean Dagen. Edited by Bйatrice Guion, Maria Susana Seguin, and Sylvain Menant. Paris: Champion, 2006. Pp. 973. Cronk, Nicholas. "Voltaire and the Uses of Censorship: the Example of the Lettres philosophiques." In An American Voltaire: Essays in Memory of J. Patrick Lee. Edited by E. Joe Johnson and Byron Wells. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. Pp. xii + 337; index. [Perhaps also relevant is Cronk's essay "Subversion et forme fragmentaire dans les Lettres philosophiques" in Revue Voltaire, 6 (2006).] Crosby, Mark. "The Voice of Flattery vs. Sober Truth: William Godwin, Thomas Erskine and the 1792 Trial of Thomas Paine for Sedition." Review of English Studies, 62 [no. 253] (2011), 90-112; summary. Cross, Paul James. "The Private Case: A History." Pp. 201-40 of The Library of the British Museum: Retrospective Essays on the Department of Printed Books. Edited by P. R. Harris. London: British Library, 1991. Pp. xiii + 306. Cruickshanks, Eveline, and Jeremy Black (eds.). The Jacobite Challenge. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1988. Pp. 208. Cruickshanks, Eveline, and Edward Corp (eds.). The Stuart Court in Exile and the Jacobites. London: Hambledon Press, 1995 [Reprinted by Continuum in 2003; see Paul K. Monod's article separately listed below.] Cruz Redondo, Alba de la. "Imprimir en tiempos difнciles. La imprenta espaсola a finales del siglo XVIII." Pp. 413-30 in Hacia 1812 desde el siglo ilustrado. (Actas del V Congresso internacional de la Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII.) Edited by Fernando Durбn Lуpez. Cadiz: Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII [SEES XVIII]; Ediciones Trea, 2013. Cryle, P[eter]. M[axwell], and Lisa O'Connell (eds.). Libertine Enlightenment: Sex, Liberty, and License in the Eighteenth Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. Pp. xi + 256; illus.; index. [Papers from a 2001 conference at the U. of Queensland, more focused on moralities and customs than on censorship and print history. Includes Simon During's "Taking Liberties: Sterne, Wilkes and Warburton" (17-33); Chantal Thomas's "Casanova: Inscriptions of Forgetting"; Nicola Parsons' "Secrecy and Enlightenment: Delarivier Manley's New Atalantis"; and Lisa O'Connell's "Authorship and Libertine Celebrity: Harriette Wilson's Regency Memoirs" (161-81). Rev. (fav.) by James Turner in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 14 (2005), 206-10.] Curley, Thomas M. "Johnson No Jacobite: Or, Treason Not Yet Unmasked." Age of Johnson, 7 (1996), 137-62. Curley, Thomas M. "Johnson No Jacobite: Or, Treason Not Yet Unmasked, Part 2: A Quotable Rejoinder from A to C." Age of Johnson, 8 (1997), 127-31. Curran, James. "Media and the Making of British History, c. 1700-2000." Media History, 8, no. 2 (December 2002), 135-54. [One of the topics discussed is media's control by the government.] Curran, Mark. Atheism, Religion and Enlightenment in Pre-Revolutionary Europe. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History, n.s.) Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2012. Pp. 218; appendix; bibliography; index. [The second through fourth chapters are particularly relevant: "The Oral and Written Public Sphere," "Books and Pamphlets," and "Periodicals"; several later chapters concern the "Christian Enlightenment." Curran, who has been at work on the records of the Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel, offers a publication history of Baron d'Holbach, stressing the popularity of Holbach and kindred Page 26 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 authors. Rev. (favorably) by Darrin M. McMahon in American Historical Review, 118, no. 5 (2013), 1591-92.] Curran, Mark. "Beyond the Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France." The Historical Journal, 56, no. 1 (March 2013), 89-112. Curry, L. Chris. "Broadsides and Popular Protest in Seventeenth-Century Sicily." Canadian Journal of Italian Studies, 18 (1995), 47-75. Cusumano, Nicola. "Libri, biblioteche e censura: Il teatino Joseph Sterzinger a Palermo (17741821)." Studi storici, 48 (2007), 161-202. [Briefly noted in L'almanacco bibliografico, no. 6 (June 2008), 23, indicating that Sterzinger was "custode della biblioteca regia (dal 1779) e revisore `de'libri venuti da fuori Regno' (dal 1787)"] Dabhoiwala, Faramerz. The Origins of Sex: A History of the First Sexual Revolution. London: Allen Lane; New York: Oxford U. Press, 2012. Pp. xi + 483; illustrations; index. [Released in paperback in 2013. On the growth of sexual liberty from 1650-1800, with a lengthy chapter on "The Media and the Message" (282-348), treating topics such as the "Explosion of Print," "Sexual Celebrity," "Manipulation of Publicity," self-promotion, and the celebration of sex. Rev. by Siвn Pooley in English Historical Review, 129 (2014), 1216-18; by B. Reay in American Historical Review, 118 (2013), 1249-50.] Dagan, Jean, and Roger Philippe (eds.). Un Siиcle de deux cents ans? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Continuitйs et discontinuitйs. (L'Esprit des lettres.) Paris: Desjonquиres, 2004. Pp. 346. [Includes Geneviиve Artigas-Menant's "Du labeur clandestin а la propaganda philosophique" and Muriel Brot's "Le roman du XVIIe siиcle dans la Bibliothиque universelle des romans."] Dallasta, Federica. Al cliente lettore: Il commercio e la censura del libro a Parma nell'epoca farnesiana 1545-1731. Preface by Arnoldo Ganda. Milan: Franco Angeli, 2012. Pp. 382. [Rev. by Luca Rivali in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 26 (July 2013), 21.] Damien, Robert. Bibliothиque et Йtat: Naissance d'une raison politique dans la France du XVIIe siиcle. (Questions.) Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1995. Pp. 316. Dane, Joseph A. "Seized, Burnt, and Variant: Bibliographical Note on Nathaniel Bacon, An Historicall Discourse on the Uniformity of the Government of England (1672)." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 102 (2008), 95-102. Daniel, Stephen H. "The Subversive Philosophy of John Toland." Pp. 1-12 of Irish Writing: Exile and Subversion. Edited by Paul Hyland and Neil Sammells. New York: St. Martin's, 1991. Darnton, Robert. Censors at Work: How States Shaped Literature. New York: W. W. Norton, 2014. Pp. 316. [Released in paperback in 2015. An examination and survey reaching to the 20C.] Darnton, Robert. The Corpus of Clandestine Literature in France, 1769-1789. New York: Norton, 1995. Pp. [vii] + 260; bibliography; index; lists of publishers. [A companion volume to Darnton's The Forbidden Best-Seller, listed below, this study lists 720 books "circulated outside the law in France from 1769 to 1789," of which 457 were ordered by booksellers from the Sociйtй de Neuchвtel (3). Although Darnton draws principally on the archives of the Sociйtй, he also examines publishers' catalogues of their illegal stock (1772-80), inventories of books seized in police raids on bookshops (1773-83), and registers of books confiscated in the Paris Customs (1771-1783). Not all the titles "generated by the manuscript sources have been identified" (3). Rev. (with Darnton's companion volume Forbidden Best-Sellers below) by Peter Brooks in New Republic, 213 (July 17, 1995), 51-53; (with Darnton's companion volume, Forbidden Best-Sellers) by Malcolm Cook in MLR, 92 (1997), 190-91; in Virginia Quarterly Review, 72 (1996), 559; (with Forbidden Best-Sellers) by P. N. Furbank in New York Review of Books, 42, no. 10 (June 8, 1995); (with Forbidden Best-Sellers) by Jeremy D. Popkin in Journal of Modern History, 69 (1997), 154-57; (with Forbidden Best-Sellers) by Ronald C. Rosbottom in Page 27 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 ECF, 8 (1996), 303-06.] Darton, Robert. The Devil in the Holy Water or the Art of Slander from Louis XIV to Napoleon. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. Pp. [xii] + 543; 47 illustrations; index. [Begun as the 2005 Rosenbach Lectures in Bibliography at the University of Pennsylvania. Rev. by David Brewer in French Studies, 66 (2012), 95-96; by Christine Haynes (misdating the book "2009") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 45 (2011), 168-70.] Darnton, Robert. "The Devil in the Holy Water: Political Libel in Eighteenth-Century France." Proceedings of the British Academy, 151 (2007), 387-422. [Later expanded by Darnton into the book The Devil in the Holy Water, or the Art of Slander from Louis XIV to Napoleon (Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2009).] Darnton, Robert. Ediciуn y subversiуn: Literatura clandestina en el Antiguo Rйgimen. (Colecciуn Noema, 31.) Translation of The Literary Underground of the Old Rйgime by Laura Vidal. Madrid: Turner, 2003. Pp. 269. Darnton, Robert. Edition et sйdition: L'univers de la littйrature clandestine au 18e siиcle. (NRF essais.) Paris: Gallimard, 1991. Pp. [4] + vii + 282; bibliography; illus. [Darnton's first book written in French, written with a wealth of information from the Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel. Rev. (fav.) by Ian A. Bell in ECCB, n.s. 17: for 1991 (1998), 264-65; by David Coward in TLS (14 Feb. 1992), 8; by W. Doyle in English Historical Review, 109 (1994), 738; by E. Falconer in Rivista Storica Italiana, 104 (1992), 872; by M. Fontius in Francia, 19 (1992), 304; by G. Gersmann in Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 18 (1994), 103-05; by Frank Kafker in American Historical Review, 97 (1993), 1533; by Jeremy D. Popkin in ECS, 25 (1991), 99-103; (fav.) by Jean Riviиre in ECCB, n.s. 17: for 1991 [1998], 265-66; by David Smith in ECF, 4 (1992), 273-74.] Darnton, Robert. "Les Encyclopйdistes et la police." Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopйdie, 1 (1986), 94-109. Darnton, Robert. "Mademoiselle Bonafon and the Private Life of Louis XV: Communication Circuits in Eighteenth-Century France." Representations, 87 (Summer 2004), 102-24. [Treating the roman a clef Tanastйs (1745).] Darnton, Robert. The Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France. New York: Norton, 1995. Pp. xxiii + 440; illus.; index; 2 maps locating dealers; 7 tables (e.g., totals sold by authors, patterns of demand, and the Matthieu booksellers of Nancy). [See Darnton's Corpus of Clandestine Literature above for reviews. Translated by Vittorio Beonio Brocchieri into Italian as Libri proibiti: Pornografia, satira, e utopia all'origine della Rivoluzione francese (Milan: Mondadori, 1997), pp. 342.] Dawson, Robert L. The French Booktrade and the "Permission Simple" of 1777: Copyright and Public Domain. (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 301.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institute, 1992. Pp. xvi + 665; appendices; bibliographies, 63 illustrations [most are title-page facsimiles]; index. [Rev. (favorably) by Nicole Masson in Bulletin du Bibliophile (1993), 452-54; by Claude Michaud in Dixhuitiиme siиcle, 25 (1993), 510; (favorably) by Christopher Todd in Modern Language Review, 90 (1995), 195.] Dawson, Robert. "The Mйlange de poйsies diverses (1781) and the Diffusion of Manuscript Pornography in Eighteenth-Century France." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (1985), 229-43. Darnton, Robert. "Censorship, a Comparative View: France, 1789--East Germany, 1789." Representations, 49 (Winter 1995), 40-60. Darnton, Robert. "Les Encyclopйdistes et la police." Recherches sur Diderot et sur L'Encyclopйdie, 1 (1986), 94-109. Darnton, Robert. "Naughty French Books and Their Imprints during the Long Eighteenth Century." Pp. 151-239 in Opinion, Voltaire, Nature et Culture. Edited by Ursala Haskins Page 28 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Gontheir. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2007. Darnton, Robert. "'Philosophical Sex': Pornography in Old Regime France." Pp. 88-110 in Enlightenment, Passion, Modernity: Historical Essays in European Thought and Culture. Edited by Mark S. Micale and Robert L. Dietle. Stanford: Stanford U. Press, 2000. Darnton, Robert. Poetry and the Police: communication networks in Eighteenth-Century Paris. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press [Harvard U. Press], 2010. Pp. 240. [See the review essay by Clorinda Donato in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 47, no. 1 (Fall 2013), 69-73.] Darnton, Robert. "Poetry and the Police in Eighteenth-Century Paris." SVEC, 371 (1999), 1-22. Darnton, Robert. "La Science de la Contrefaзon." Revue Voltaire, 4 (2004), 253-70. Darnton, Robert. "Die verbotenen Bestseller in vorrevolutionдren Frankreich." Translated by Gudrun Middell. Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 1 (1991), 117-38. Darnton, Robert, and Stephen Ferguson. "Collecting and Researching in the History of Books." Princeton University Library Chronicle, 67 (2005), 49-59; bibliography; plate. [Darnton's article on his research at Princeton falls on 49-53; on 54 is a list of "The thirty-five forbidden books diffused most widely in France (1769-1789)." After a facsimile titlepage comes Stephen Ferguson's afterword. The essay appears in a special issue devoted to reflections on research at the library by faculty and friends.] Darnton, Robert, and Daniel Roche (eds.). Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Introduction by Darnton. Berkeley: U. of California Press, in collaboration with the New York Public Library, 1989. Pp. xv + 351; bibliography; illustrations (some in color). [Includes such essays as Robert Darnton's "Philosophy under the Cloak" (27-49); Daniel Roche's "Censorship and the Publishing Industry" (3-26); Raymond Birn's "Malesherbes and the Call for a Free Press" (50-66); Pierre Casselle's "Printers and Municipal Politics" (98-106); Michel Vernus's "A Provincial Perspective" (124-38); Jeremy D. Popkin's "Journals: The New Face of News" (141-64); Antoine de Baecque's "Pamphlets: Libel and Political Mythology" (165-76); and Lise Andries's "Almanacs: Revolutionizing a Traditional Genre" (203-22). Rev. (mixed) by Jack R. Censor in Journal of Modern History, 63 (1991), 390-91; (fav.; with other works) by Alan Forrest in TLS (6-12 Oct. 1989), 1097-98; in rev. essay by Joan B. Landes in ECS, 25 (1991), 85-98, noting strong essays by Darnton, Roche, Raymond Birn, and Carla Hesse on censorship and trade activities to circumvent it; by Jean Riviиre in ECCB, n.s. 15 (for 1989 [1996], 39-40; in Virginia Quarterly Review, 65 (1989), 117-18.] The Darnton Debate: Books and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. Edited by Haydn Mason. (SVEC, 359.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1998. Pp. ix + 305; bibliography of works by Robert Darnton [295-96]; 3 illus.; index. [Contents listed in duplicate entry under editor.] Davies, Michael. "'Bawdy in Thoughts, Precise in Words': Decadence, Divinity, and Dissent in the Restoration." Pp. 39-63 in Romancing Decay: Ideas of Decadence in European Culture. Edited by Michael St. John. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 1999. Pp. xviii + 280. [Perhaps a misleading title, for the focus is on Swift's A Proposal for Correcting, . . . the English Tongue.] Davis, John. "Cultures of Interdiction: The Politics of Censorship in Italy from Napoleon to the Restoration." Pp. 237-56 in Napoleon's Legacy: Problems of Government in Restoration Europe. Edited by David Laven and Lucy Riali. Oxford: Berg, 2000. Pp. xiii + 291; index; maps. Davis, Peter A. From Androboros to the First Amendment: A History of America's First Play. Iowa City: U. of Iowa, 2015. Pp. 254; 2 appendices; bibliography; index. [On New York Governor Robert Hunter's satire Androboros, A Bographical [sic] Farce in Three Acts, 1715, and its relation to freedom of speech issues in America. The chapter "The Tyrant and the Printer" focuses on John Philip Zenger's trial.] Page 29 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Dawson, Robert L. Confiscations at Customs: Banned Books and the French Booktrade during the Last Years of the Ancien Rйgime. (SVEC, 2006: 7.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2006. Pp. xvi + 315; 2 illus.; indices. [Important account from a large empirical survey of records of how many books were banned in France and how severely (more than reported by Robert Darton in The Corpus of Clandestine Literature in France, 1769-1789 [1995]) but with greater laxness and greater arbitrariness and inconsistency as the Revolution approached. Rev. by Raymond Birn in SHARP News, 17, no. 1 (Winter 2008), 8; by Clorinda Donato in a review essay ("The Stakes of Enlightenment: Censorship and Communication in Eighteenth-Century France") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 47, no. 1 (Fall 2013), 69-73; by Robert P. Holley in Libraries & the Cultural Record, 43 (2008), 112-14; by Siofra Pierse in Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 34 (2011), 110-11.] Dawson, Robert. "The Mйlange de poйsies diverses (1781) and the Diffusion of Manuscript Pornography in Eighteenth-Century France." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (October 1985), 229-43. Dawson, Robert L. "Naughty French Books and Their Imprints during the Long Eighteenth Century." Pp. 151-239, 306, in Opinion; Voltaire: Nature et culture. (SVEC, 2007: 12.) Edited by Ursula Haskins Gonthier. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2007. Pp. xi + 307. Dawson, Robert L., and Anne Boл. "The Legitimation of Contrefaзons and the Police Stamp of 1777." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 230 (1985), 461-84. De Bujanda, Jйsus M., [See "Bujanda, Jйsus M. de."] De Vivуs, Filippo. "Le armi dell'ambasciatore: Voci e manoscritti a Parigi durante l'interdetto di Venezia." Pp. 189-201 in I luoghi dell'immaginario barocco. (Critica e Letteratura, 30.) Edited by Lucia Strappini. Naples: Liguori, 2001. Pp. xii + 610. [Treats censorship and MSS involving magic.] Deacon, Philip. "El autor esquivo en la cultura Espaсola del siglo XVIII: Apuntes sobre decoro, estrategias y juegos." Dieciocho, 22 (1999), 213-36. Deacon, Philip. "De confesiones erуticas y penitencias inquisitoriales (un texto que causу escбndalo en 1806)." Pp. 191-201 in Signoria di parole: Studi offerti a Mario di Pinto. Edited by Giovanna Calabrу. Naples: Liguori, 1998 [1999] Deacon, Philip. "El espacio clandestino del erotismo literario en la Espaсa dieciochesca." Pp. 219-30 in Redes y espacios de opiniуn pъblica: De la Ilustraciуn al Romanticismo: Cбdiz, Amйrica y Europa ante la Modernidad. 1750-1850. XII Encuentro, Cбdiz 3, 4 y 5 de noviembre de 2004. Edited by Marieta Cantos Casenave. Cadiz: Universidad de Cбdiz, 2006. Deacon, Philip. "El libro erуtico en la Espaсa dieciochesca." Pp. 825-37 of Vol. 1 of La memoria de los libros: Estudios sobre la historia del escrito y de la lectura en Europa y Amйrica. 2 vols. Edited by Marнa Isabel de Pбiz Hernбndez. Salamanca: Instituto de Historia del Libro y de la Lectura, 2004. Deacon, Philip. "La Libertad de expresiуn en Espaсa en el periуdo precedente a la Rйvolution Francese." Estudios de Historia Social, nos. 36-37 (1986), 17-21. [The issue is devoted to papers from the congress "La Revoluciуn Francesa y la Penнnsula Ibйrica."] Deacon, Philip. "El libro erуtico en la Espaсa dieciochesca." Pp. 825-37 in Vol. 1 of La memoria de los libros: Estudios sobre la historia del escrito y de la lectura en Europa y Amйrica. (Serie major, Instituto de Historia del Libro y de la Lectura, 4-5.) Pedro M. Cбtedra, Marнa Luisa Lуpez-Vidriero, and Maria Isabel de Pбiz Hernбndez (eds.). 2 vols. Salamanca: Instituto de Historia del Libro y de la Lectura, 2004. Pp. 917 + 813; illustrations. Deacon, Philip. "On Lucienne Domergue and Censorship of the Printed Word in Late Eighteenth-Century Spain [review article]." Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 69 (1992), 171- Page 30 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 74. Deacon, Philip. "The Removal of Louis Reynaud as Director of the Madrid Theatres in 1776." Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 68, no. 1 (1991).15-24. [In a special issue entitled The Eighteenth Century in Spain: Essays in Honour of I. L. McClelland, edited by Ann L. Mackenzie.] Deacon, Philip. "Resisting Absolutism: Spanish Intellectual Freedom and its Enemies before 1812." Pp. 34-49 in 1812 Echoes: The Cadiz Constitution in Hispanic History, Culture and Politics. Edited by Stephen G. H. Roberts and Adam Sharman. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2013. Pp. 455; index. Dean, Ann C. "Insinuation and Instruction: Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century 'Letters to the Printer.'" Pp. 85-98 in Print and Power in France and England, 1500-1800. Ed. by David Adams and Adrian Armstrong. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. Pp. viii + 157. Decker, Rainer. Witchcraft & the Papacy: An Account Drawing on the Formerly Secret Records of the Roman Inquisition. Translated by H. C. Erik Midelfort. Charlottesville: U. of Virginia Press, 2008. Pp. xv + 262; illus.; index. [Mostly on 17th-century events. Rev. by T. E. D. Braun in Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, n.s. 24, nos. 1-2 (Feb. 2010), 19-22.] Dedieu, Jean-Pierre. L'Administration de la foi: L'Inquisition de Tolиde, XVIe-XVIIIe siиcle. 2nd ed. Madrid: Casa de Velбzquez, 1992. Pp. 406; index; map. [Abridgement of author's Ph.D. thesis, which apparently is the first edition.] Deen, Femke, David Onnekink, and Michael Reinders (eds.). Pamphlets and Politics in the Dutch Republic. (Library of the Written World, 12; Handpress World, 7.) Leiden: Brill, 2011. Pp. 261. Rev. (briefly, favorably) by Julianne Simpson in The Library, 7th series, 12 (2011), 439.] DeJean, Joan. "Obscenity: Concealment, Divulgence, and (Self-)Censorship." Papers on French Seventeenth-Century Literature, 29 [no. 57] (2002), 441-73. DeJean, Joan E. The Reinvention of Obscenity: Sex, Lies, and Tabloids in Early Modern France. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 2002. Pp. xii + 204; illus.; index. [Treats censorship in 17C France. Rev. by Stephanie B. Hammer in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 12 (2003), 320-23; by Michиle Longino in French Review, 77 (2004), 1258-59.] DeJean, Joan E. "Le Traveil de l'oubli: Commerce, sexualitй et censure dans Le Festin de Pierre de Moliиre." Littйrature, no. 144 (2006), 8-24. [Impact on the fortunes of Moliere's Dom Juan, ou le Festin de Pierre of state censorship promoting an image of France.] DeJean, Joan E. "The Work of Foretting: Commerce, Sexuality, Censorship, and Moliиre's Le Fйstin de pierre." Critical Inquiry, 29, no. 1 (Fall 2002), 53-80. [Also treats Corneille.] Del Col, Andrea. L'Inquisizione in Italia: XII al XXI secolo. Milan: Oscar Mondadori, 2006. Pp. 963; illus.; maps; indices. [Rev. by C. F. Black in English Historical Review, 123 (2008), 1009-12.] Del Col, Andrea, and G. Paolin (eds.). L'Inquisizione romana: Metodologia delle fonti e storia istituzionale. Trieste: EUT-Circolo Culturale Menocchio, 2000. Del Prete, Antonella. "Filosofie clandestine: Edizione di testi." Pp. 127-38 in Filosofia e scienza tra testo, libro e biblioteche: Atti del convegno (Lecce, 7-8 febbraio 2007). (Corrispondenze le letterarie, scientifiche, ed erudite dal Rinascimento all'etа moderna, Subsidia, 17.) Edited by Franco A. Meschina and Francesca Puccini (eds.). Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2011. Pp. xx + 282; 5 illustrations. [On editions of the late 1600s and early 1700s.] Deloffe, Frйdйric. "L'Ecrivain йditeur posthume dans la littйrature clandestine." Travaux de Littиrature, 14 (2001), 278-98. Delon, Michel. "'J'abandonne mon espirit а tout son libertinage': De Diderot а Sade ou de la morale а l'esthйtique." Revue de la BNF, no. 50 [2015/2] (2015), 38-45. [In an issue entitled "Libertinages," beginning with Delon's introductory essay "Libertinages" (3-5).] Delpiano, Patrizia. "I censori leggono romanzi." Pp. 117-33 in Testi et forme e usi del libro: Page 31 of 116
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Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 de Rome" (167-64); Claudine Lavigne, "Les stratйgies de Voltaire face б la censure" (165-82); Andrйas Pfersmann, "La censure de la note dans La Nouvelle Hйloпse" (191-204). Rev. by Nicholas Harrison in French Studies, 60 (2006), 421-22; by Martine Poulain in Bulletin des Bibliothиques de France, 50, no. 6 (2005), 128-29.] Domergue, Lucienne. La censure des livres en Espagne а la fin de l'Ancien Rйgime. Madrid: Casa de Velбzquez, 1996. Pp. 354. [Reprinted in 2002.] Domergue, Lucienne. "Juan Pablo Forner y la censura: Primeros encuentros (1782-1874)." Pp. 73-92 of Juan Pablo Forner y su йpoca (1756-1797). Ed. by Jusъs Canas Murillo and Miguel Angel Lama. Mйrida, Spain: Regional de Extremadura, 1998. Pp. 623. Domergue, Lucienne. "La Prensa periуdica y la censura en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII." Estudios de historia social, 52-53 (1990), 141-50. Domergue, Lucienne. "El Regalista [Meclhor Rafael de] Macanaz y la censura." Dieciocho, 22, no. 2 (1999), 373-83. Donald, Diana. The Age of Caricature: Satirical Prints in the Reign of George III. New Haven, CT: Yale U. Press, for the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, 1996. Pp. vii + 248; illus. (including 27 colorplates). [With an introduction on the print trade and distribution and on caricature and attitudes toward it; then chapters on the satirical etcher; the "Language of Political Prints"; treatments of "the Fashionable World"; "The Crowd in Caricature: 'A Picture of England'?"; "The French Revolution and the Propaganda War of the 1790s"; and the epilogue "Peterloo [in Manchester 1819] and the End of the Georgian Tradition in Satire." Rev. by Richard Altick in TLS (20 Sept. 1966), 18-19; by Vincent Carretta in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 30 (1997), 464-65; by Alexander S. Gourlay in Blake, 32 (1999), 74-76; by Ronald Paulson in Albion, 29 (1997), 122-23.] Donath, Regina. "Vйgrehajtбsi utas itбs Mбria Terйzia 1747-es cenzъra rendeletйhez." Magyar Kцnyvszemle, 102, no. 1 (1986), 81-88. Donati, Claudio. "A Project of `Expurgation' by the Congregation of the Index: Treatises on Duelling." Pp. 134-62 of Church, Censorship, and Culture in Early Modern Italy. (Cambridge Studies in Italian History and Culture.) Edited by Gigliola Fragnito; translated by Adrian Belton. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2001. Pp. x + 264. Donato, Clorinda. "Censorship in Translation: The Spanish Translation of the Encyclopйdie Mйthodique." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 305 (1992), 1855-58. Donato, Clorinda. "The Stakes of Enlightenment: Censorship and Communication in EighteenthCentury France" [review essay] Eighteenth-Century Studies, 47, no. 1 (Fall 2013), 69-73. [On four studies reaching back to Robert Dawson's Confiscations at Customs (SVEC, 2006), Thierry Rigogne's Between State and Market: Printing and Bookselling in Eighteenth-Century France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2007), and Raymond Birn's La censure royale des livres . . . (Paris: Odile Jacob, 2007), and also covering the more recent Poetry and the Police . . . by Robert Darnton (2010).] Dцring, Detlef. "Druck und Zensur der Schriften Samuel von Pufendorfs in Kursachsen im 17. Jahrhundert." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 6 (1996), 171-98. Dow, Gillian. "Naughty French Books." Female Spectator, 10, no. 1 (2006), 1-4 Downie, J. A. "Politics and the English Press." Pp. 340-46 in The Age of William III and Mary II: Power, Politics and Patronage, 1688-1702: A Reference Encyclopedia and Exhibition Catalogue. Williamsburg, Va: College of William & Mary, in association with the Folger Shakespeare Library and the Groliers Club, 1989. Downie, J. A. "Walpole, `The Poet's Foe.'" Pp. 171-88 of Britain in the Age of Walpole. Edited by Jeremy Black. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1984. Pp. vii + 260. Dreisbach, Daniel L. Thomas Jefferson and the Wall of Separation between Church and State. New York: New York U. Press, 2002. Pp. x + 283; illus. Droixhe, Daniel. "Raynal а Liиge: Censure, vulgarisation, rйvolutions." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 286 (1991), 205-33. [On abbй Guillaume-Thomas Raynal (1713- Page 33 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 1796) and his Histoire des deux Indes (1772).] Droixhe, Daniel. "Signatures clandestines et autres essais sur les contrefaзons de Liиge et de Maastricht au XVIII siиcle." In From Letter to Publication: Studies on Correspondence and the History of the Book. With the Besterman Lecture 2000. (SVEC, 2001: 10.) Ed. by Anthony Strugnell. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2001. Pp. v + 295. Droixhe, Daniel. "Signatures clandestines: Sur les contrefaзons de Liиge et de Maastricht au XVIIIe siиcle." La Lettre clandestine, 7 (1999), 195-235. [On the role of title-pages, from the 1998 conference.] Dubuis, Michel. "Le Morйri espanol et ses censeurs." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 47 (2015), 457-74. Dufour, Dany-Robert. La Citй perverse: Libйralisme et pornagraphie. Paris: Denoel; Mйditations, 2009. Pp. 392. Dufour, Gйrard. "Cuбndo fue abolida la Inquisiciуn en Espaсa?" Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 93-107; summary Dufour, Gйrard. "L'Inquisition espagnole et les Lumiиres." Cahiers d'Etudes Romanes, 13 (1988), 19-25. Dugast, Jacques, Franзois Mouret, and Irиne Langlet (eds.). Littйrature et interdits. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 1998. Pp. 365; essays presented at a 1995 congress. Duke, A. C., and C. A. Tamse (eds.). Too Mighty To Be Free: The Censorship and the Press in British and the Netherlands. (Britain and the Netherlands, 9.) Zutphen: De Walburg Press, 1987. Pp. 206. [Includes A. H. Huussen's "Freedom of the Press and Censorship in the Netherlands, 1780-1810" (107-26).] Dunan-Page, Anne, and Beth Lynch (eds.). Roger L'Estrange and the Making of Restoration Culture. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008. Pp. xviii + 236; illustrations. [L'Estrange (1616-1704) was a royalist pamphleteer, Licenser of the Press (1663-1679), editor of The Observator (1681-1687), and translator. The collection is relevant to the study of early periodical and censorship, among other topics. Various essays, including Martin Dzelzainis's "L'Estrange, Marvell and the Directions to a Painter: The Evidence of Bodleian Library, MS Gough London 14, with insights into L'Estrange role as Licenser, Mark Goldie's "Roger L'Estrange's Observator and the Exorcism of the Plot," Peter Hinds' "Trustworthiness and the Credibility of Information, and Harold Love's "L'Estrange, [James] Joyce and the Dictates of Typography." The collection concludes with Geoff Kemp's "The Works of Roger L'Estrange: An Annotated Bibliography" (40 pp.). Rev. by Todd Butler in Renaissance Quarterly, 62 (2009), 330-31; by John Hinks in SHARP News, 18, no. 4 (Autumn 2009), 12-13; by Robert D. Hume in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 104 (2010), 117-19; by Molly McClain in Restoration, 33, no. 1 (2009), 55-57; by Mary Ann O'Donnell in Scriblerian, 42, no. 1 (Autumn 2009), 79-82.] Dunkley, John. "Theatrical Censorship and Nicolas Boindin's Le Bal d'Auteuil (1702)." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 329 (1995), 185-96. Dunne, Tom. "Subaltern Voices? Poetry in Irish, Popular Insurgency, and the 1798 Rebellion." Eighteenth-Century Life, 22, no. 3 (Nov. 1998), 31-44. Durбn Lуpez, Fernando. "Las censuras ilustradas de Josй Vargas Ponce para la Real Academia de la Historia (1786-1805)." Boletнn de la Real Academia de la Historia, 2009, no. 3 (2012), 363-414. Durбn Lуpez, Fernando (ed.). Obscenidad, vergьenza, tabъ: Contornos y retornos de lo reprimido entre las siglas XVIII y XIX: XV Encuentro de la Ilustraciуn al Romanticismo, celebrado del 18 al 20 de mayo de 2011 en Cadiz. Cadiz: Universidad de Cбdiz, 2012. Pp. 387. [The papers include Asunciуn Aragуn, "Los placeres obscenos: Espacios y prбcticas sexuales durante la Ilustraciуn" (91-100); David Becerra Mayor, "Torres Villarroel y la invenciуn de venderme la vida" 139-50); Marнa Isabel Calderуn Lуpez, "El reverendo Richard Polwhele al descubierto en The Unsexed Female (1798)" (25970); Cinta Canterla Gonzбlez, "La Razуn en Valentнn de Foronda: `El ensayo "Sobre que Page 34 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 todos los entendimientos son iguales'" (271-84); Fernando Durбn Lуpez, "Coprafilia, violencia, y alienaciуn en la autobiografнca de Santiago Gonzбlez Mateo" (285-300); Beatriz Ferrъs Antуn, "Lo que se oculta, lo que se exhibe: Retуricas del cuerpo en la Vida de la Madre Castillo" (131-37); Jean-Louis Guereсa, "Lo invisible hecho visible: Las publicaciones erуticas en los ъltimos нndices inquisitoriales (17901805)" (15-49); Francisco Molina Artaloytia, "Los avatares (ibйricos) de la nociуn de sodomнa entre la Ilustraciуn y el Romanticismo" (101-20); Josй Manuel Pereiro Otero, "Tabъ y contagio en las Noches lъgubres: Una aproximaciуn a la filosofнa del tacto" (169-88); Bartolomй Pozuelo Calero, "'Merdidium Matritense': Un reportaje poйtico de las porquerнas de Madrid por Juan de Iriarte" (151-68); Carlos Reyero, "El prestigio del desnudo artнstico masculino. Pero, hasta dуnde?" (51-71); Albert Rossich, "Escatologнa literaria" (73-90); Carmen Marнa Sбnchez Morillas, "Con la vergьenza en los bajos" (121-30).] Durand, Pascal. La Censure invisible. Arles: Actes Sud, 2006. Pp. 75. Durand, Pascal, Pierre Hйbert, Jean-Yves Mollier and others (eds.). La censure de l'imprimй: Belgique, France, Quйbec et Suisse romande, XIXe et XXe siиcles. Quebec: Йditions Nota Bene, 2006. Pp. 464; illus. (some in color). Dury, Maxime. La Censure: La prйdication silencieuse. Paris: Publisud, 1995. Pp. 325. [Apparently based on her 1992 thesis (Dijon) and covering the 18th through 20th centuries.] Dutel, Jean-Pierre: Bibliographie des ouvrages йrotiques publiйs clandestinement en franзais entre 1650 et 1880. Paris: Jean-Pierre Dutel [for the author], 2009. Pp. 667; illustrations. [Dutel published a survey with this title on 1880-1920 in 2002 and then another on 1920-1970 in 2005. This is thus the first of three volumes if contents are chronologically placed. Rev. by Jacques Duprilot in Bulletin du Bibliophile (2011), 18688.] Duthille, Rйmy. "Dissent against the American War: The Politics of Richard Price's Sermons." Pp. 130-48 of War Sermons. Edited by Gilles Teuliй and Laurence Lux-Sterrit. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. Dutton, Richard. Licensing, Censorship, and Authorship in Early Modern England: Buggeswords. New York: Palgrave; St. Martins, 2000, 2001. Pp. xx + 218; index. [Rev. by James P. Bednarz in Reformation, 7 (2002), 209-12; by Richard Burt in Renaissance Quarterly, 56 (2003), 228-29; by Cyndia Susan Clegg in Ben Jonson Journal, 8 (2001), 419-23.] Dzelzainis, Martin. "Andrew Marvell and the Restoration Literary Underground: Printing the Painter Poems." Seventeenth Century, 22, no. 2 (2007), 395-410. Echenberg, Margo. "Alianzas y censura en la dedicatorias de las obras de Sor Juana." Revista de Estudios Hispбnicos St. Louis, Missouri, 44, no. 2 (2010), 411-32. [Sor Juana Inйs de la Cruz, 1648-195.] Ecsedy V., Judit. "A gбlyarab-per propagandakiadvбnyai tipogrбfiai szempontbуl." Magyar Kцnyvszemle, 124, no. 1 (2008), 1-14. Edwards, John (ed.). The Inquisitions: Manuscripts of the Spanish, Portuguese, and French Inquisitions in the British Library, London. Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Microfilm, 2002. 35 reels of microfilm and printed guide. [This material is probably focused on the Renaissance period, given Edwards' other publications.] Egan, James. "Areopagitica and the Tolerationist Rhetorics of the 1640s." Milton Studies, 46 (2007), 165-90. Eicke, Leigh A. "Jane Barker's Jacobite Writings." Pp. 137-57 of Women's Writing and the Circulation of Ideas: Manuscript Publication in England, 1550-1800. Edited by George Justice and Nathan Tinker. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2002. Pp. ix + 245. Page 35 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 [Possibly this and other studies on the Jacobite Barker don't belong here-she published some works, such as her political poems, in the safety of France and then her novels were sold by Edmund Curll and others without apparent prosecution.] Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. Grub Street Abroad: Aspects of the French Cosmopolitan Press from the Age of Louis XIV to the French Revolution. (Lyell Lectures.) Oxford: Clarendon, 1992. Pp. 172. [On Prosper Marchand and other francophone intellectuals and journalists. Rev. (fav. with reservations) by Margaret C. Jacob in ECS, 27 (1993), 121-25.] Eko, Lyombe. The Regulation of Sex-Themed Visual Imagery from Clay Tablets to Tablet Computers. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Pp. c. 310; bibliography; illus.; index. [Chapter 8 treats the Renaissance and Enlightenment and a later chapters treat the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.] Eksedy [commonly known as "Ecsedy" and Vizkelety-Ecsedy"], Judit Vizkelety. "Statt Zensur: Falsche und fingierte Druckorte." Pp. 245-54 in Kommunikation und Information im 18. Jahrhundert: Das Beispiel der Hapsburgermonarchie. Edited by Johannes Frimmel and Michael Wцgerbauer. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2009. Ekstrand, Victoria Smith, and Cassandra Imfeld Jeyaram. "Our Founding Anonymity: Anonymous Speech during the Constitutional Debates." American Journalism, 28, no. 3 (2011), 35-60. Ellenzweig, Sarah. The Fringes of Belief: English Literature, Ancient Heresy, and the Politics of Free Thinking, 1660-1760. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2008. Pp. xii + 240. [Treats Rochester, Blount, Behn, Fontenelle, Swift (particularly his Tale of a Tub).] L'Enciclopedismo in Italia nel XVIII secolo. [Special issue of] Studi Settecenteschi, 16 (1996), 1488. Naples: Bibliopolis, 1996. [Essays include A. Barzazi's "Enciclopedismo e ordini religiosi tra Sei- e Settecento: La Biblioteca universale di Vincenzo Coronelli," on censorship problems (61-83); C. Farinella's "Le traduzioni italiane della Ciclopaedia di Ephraim Chambers," on its protracted publication in Venice and Naples, 1746-1753, despite its being indexed (97-160); Mario Infelise's "Enciclopedie e pubblico a Venezia a meta Settecento: G. F. Pivati e i suoi dizionari" (161-90); and C. Mangio's "Censura granducale, potere ecclesiastico ed editoria in Toscana: L'edizione livornese dell'Encyclopйdie," noting censorship was less severe in Livorno and discussing the printing of the Encyclopйdie in 1770-79 by Coltellini press and the Stamperia dell'Enciclopedia (191-219).] Epstein, Jacob, and David Karr. "Playing at Revolution: British `Jacobin Performance.'" Journal of Modern History, 79 (2007), 495-530. [Related to censorship.] Erdman, David V. "Treason Trials in the Early Romantic Period." Wordsworth Circle, 19, no. 2 (1988), 76-82. Ehrard, Jean. "Montesquieu et l'Inquisition." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 24 (1992), 333-34. [He was against it!] Erlat, Jaale. "La Presse clandestine en France au 18иme siиcle." Frankofoni [Ankara, Turkey], 9 (1997), 275-81. "Erotisme et pornagraphie." [Special issue of] Revue de la Bibliothиque nationale de France, no. 7 (c. Spring 2001), c. 88 pp. [18C pornography is the subject of one-third of the issue's essays: Annie Le Brun's "Voluptй perdue?" (21-24; illus.); Maxime Prйaud's "'Si les mouches foutent en l'air . . .': Notes sur un album pornographique franзais du XVIIe siиcle" (25-27; illus.); Jean M. Goulemot's "Des mots et des images: L'illustration du livre pornographique: Le cas de Thйrиse philosophe" (28-33; illus.); Antoine Coron's "La censure des ventes publiques de livres au XVIIIe siиcle: Б propos de l'Enfer de 'M. Filheul'" (34-38; bibliography); and Daniиle Muzerelle's "Moeurs de bibliophile: Le marquis de Paulmy," on an archive at La Bastille a l'Arsenal (39-42; facs.).] Errera, Andrea. Processus in Causa Fidei: L'evoluzione dei Manuali Inquisitoriali nel Secoli XVI-XVIII e Il manuale inedito di an inquisitore perugino. Bologna: Monduzzi, 2000. Page 36 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Pp. xiv + 427. Ertler, Klaus-Dieter. Tugend und Vernunft in der Presse der spanischen Aufklдrung--El Censor. Tьbingen: G. Narr, 2004. Pp. 239. [El Censor, Madrid periodical, 1781-1787.] Estep, William R. Revolution within the Revolution: The First Amendment in Historical Context, 1612-1789. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990. Pp. xvii + 214. Evans, J. Edward. Freedom of the Press. (American Politics.) Minneapolis: Lerner, 1990. Pp. 72; illus.; index. Fжrch, Christina Holst. "Bisp Deichman og den sorte Pest': Om paskviller og smжdevers i fшrste halvdel af 1700-tallet" [Bishop Deichman and the Black Plague: About libels and lampoons in the first half of the eighteenth century]. Lynchos (2010), 137-46; English summary. Fairbaim, A. W., and Bertram Eugene Schwarzbach. "Notes sur deux manuscrits clandestins." Dix-Huitiиme Siиcle, 22 (1990), 433-40. Fairclough, Mary. "The Telegraph: Radical Transmission in the 1790s." Eighteenth-Century Life, 37, no. 2 (Spring 2013), 26-52. [On the London anti-ministeral newspaper The Telegraph and its association with the new optical telegraph, but noting government opposition to the paper.] Farge, Arlette. Dire et Mal Dire: L'Opinion publique au XVIIIe siиcle. Paris: Seuil, 1992. Pp. 318. [Rev. (with other books) by Jeremy D. Popkin in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28 (1994), 151-54. Translated by Rosemary Morris and published as Subversive Words: Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century France (University Park: Penn State U. Press, 1994. Pp. ix + 219).] Fatovic, Clement. "The Anti-Catholic Roots of Liberal and Republican Conceptions of Freedom in English Political Thought." Journal of the History of Ideas, 66, no. 1 (2005), 37-58. Feather, John. "Controlling the Press in Restoration England." Publishing History, 74 (2013), 748. Fein, Patrick L.-M. "Aline et Valcour [1793] de Sade: Auto-censure de ce roman-fйministe." French Studies in Southern Africa, 21 (1992), 40-47. Felker, Christopher D. "'The Tongues of the Learned Are Insufficient': Phillis Wheatley: Publishing Objectives, and Personal Liberty." Resources for American Literary Studies, 20 (1994), 149-79. Felsenstein, Frank. Anti-Semitic Stereotypes: A Paradigm of Otherness in English Popular Culture, 1660-1830. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1995. Pp. 350. [Rev. (with another book) by David S. Katz in Jewish Quarterly Review, 87, nos. 1-2 (1996), 196-99; by Michael Scrivener in Shofar, 15, no. 2 (1997), 134-36.] Fenning, Hugh. "The 'Udienze' series in the Roman Archives of Propaganda Fide, 1750-1820." Archivium Hibernicum, 48 (1994), 100-06. Ferch, David L. "'Good Books are a very great Mercy to the World': Persecution, Private Libraries, and the Printed Word in the Development of the Dissenting Academies, 16631730." Journal of Library History, 21 (1986), 350-61. Fernбndez Cabezуn, Rosalнa. "El teatro breve al servicio de la propaganda antifrancesa." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 19 (2013), 141-62. [In an volume with the special focus section and volume title "Teatro ilustrado y modernidad escйnica."] Fernбndez Sebastiбn, Javier. "From the `Voice of the People' to the Freedom of the Press: The Birth of Public Opinion." Pp. 213-34 in The Spanish Enlightenment Revisited. Edited by Jesъs Astigarraga. (SVEC 2015: 02.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2015. Pp. xii + 320; 10 illustrations. Ferret, Olivier. "Vade mecum, vade retro: Le Recours au pseudonyme dans la dйmarche pamphlйtaire Voltairienne." Lettre Clandestine, 8 (1999), 65-82. Ferret, Olivier. "Voltaire: Pamphlet and Polemic." Pp. 167-77 in The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire. Edited by Nicholas Cronk. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Page 37 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Fichtner, Paula Sutter. "Print versus Speech: Censoring the Stage in EighteenthCentury Vienna." Pp. 81-102 in Freedom of Speech: The History of An Idea. (Aperзus: Histories Texts Cultures.) Edited by Elizabeth Powers. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2011. Field, Clive D. "Anti-Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: A Revised Bibliography." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 73, no. 2 (1991), 159-280. Fielding, Penny. "Black Books: Sedition, Circulation, and The Lay of the Last Minstrel." ELH, 81 (2014), 197-223; summary. Filhol, Emmanuel. "Censure et citation: Remarques gйnйrales, sur les rapports entre pouvoir et savoir а l'йpoque classique." Neophilogus, 76, no. 4 (1992), 50-57. Fine, Jonathan Blake. "The New Heathens: A Pandemic of Heresy in Late Eighteenth-Century Prussia." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 44 (2015), 229-54. [On literary and political efforts against Enlightenment ideas seen as seditious and atheistic.] Fischer, John Irwin. "The Government's Response to Swift's An Epistle to a Lady." Philological Quarterly, 65 (1986), 39-59. Fischer, John Irwin. "The Legal Response to Swift's The Public Spirit of the Whigs." Pp. 21-38 in Swift and his Contexts. Edited by Fisher, Hermann J. Real, and James Woolley. New York: AMS Press, 1989. Fischer, John Irwin. "The Government's Response to Swift's An Epistle to a Lady." Philological Quarterly, 65 (1986), 39-59. Fischer-Lichte, Erika, and Jцrg Schцnert (eds.). Theater im Kulturwandel des 18. Jahrhunderts: Inszenierung und Wahrnehmung von Kцrper-Musik-Sprache. Gцttingen: Wallstein, 1999. Pp. 568. [Includes at least two essays treating censorship: Peter Hцyng, "Vier Grunde, warum Theaterzensur im 18. Jahrhundert von der Forschung vernachlдssigt wird" (43347); and Gйrard Dufour, "El Evangelo en Triunfo [1797] en el dispositivo polнtico del Prнnciple de la Paz" (159-66).] Fix, Andrew. "What Happened to Balthasar Bekker in England? A Mystery in the History of Publishing." Church History and Religious Culture, 90 (2010), 609-31. [On the fortunes of De Betoverde Weereld by Bekker, a work attacking the notion that evil spirits existed, whose publication in Amsterdam in 1692-1693 caused controversy and that was to be published in translation in England but only the first part of which was published (1694). Fix asks why more wasn't published, touching on the publishers John Dunton and Richard Baldwin.] Flor, Fernando de la. "Eros barroco: Placer: Matrimonio y censura en el ordenamiento contrarreformista." Pp. 107-60 in Iconografнa y creaciуn artistica: Estudios sobre la identidad femenina desde las relaciones de poder. Edited by Rosario Camacho Martнnez and Aurora Mirу Domнnguez. Mбlaga: Diputaciуn Provincial de Mбlaga, 2001. Pp. 332. Flynn, Carol Houlihan. "Closing down the Theater, and Other Critical Abuses." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 37 (1996), 244-56. Folkenklik, Robert. "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure and the Culture of Pornography." Eighteenth-Century Novel, 6-7 (2009), 103-25. Fontaine, Jean-Paul. "Livres prohibйs en Champagne septentrionale sous l'Ancien Rйgime." Archives et bibliothиques de Belgique, 68 (1997), 55-91; illus. Fontana, Paolo. Riti proibiti: Liturgia e inquisizione nella Francia del Settecento. Rome: Corocci editore, 2013. Pp. 270. [On the struggle with Rome waged by French bishops in their efforts to reform liturgical literature. Rev. by Christopher F. Black in English Historical Review, 130 (2015), 459-60.] Ford, Philip, and Ingrid de Smet (eds.). Йros et Priapus: Йrotisme et obsйnitй dans la littйrature nйo-latine. Geneva: Droz, 1997. Pp. 188. [Rev. by Pascal Debailly in XVIIe siиcle, 52 (2000), 358-59.] Page 38 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Fosalba, Eugenia, and Maria Josй Vega (eds.). Textos castigados: La censura literaria en el Siglo de Oro. (Perspectivas de la germanistica y la literature comparada en Espaсa, 8.) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2013. Pp. 275. [Most essays involve censorship before our period, but some reach into the late seventeenth century, such as Sonia Boadas's "Las traducciones francesas de El Hйroe de Baltasar Gracнan y la censura polнca del siglo XVII." Rev. briefly by Natale Vacalebre in L'Almanacco Bibliografico, no. 27 (September 2013), 36.] Fouilleron, Joлl. "Fuir les mauvais livres: Sur une bibliophobie de l'Йglise au Siиcle de Lumiиres." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 8 (2012). Fouquet-Plьmacher, Doris. "Jede neue Idee kann einen Weltbrand anzьnden: Georg Andreas Reimer und die preussische Zensur wдhrend der Restauration." Archiv fьr Geschichte des Buchwesens, 29 (1987), 1-150; summary in English and French. [Reimer, bookseller, 1776-1842.] Fowler, Patsy S., and Alan Jackson (eds.). Launching "Fanny Hill": Essays on the Novel and Its Influences. (AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, 41.) New York: AMS Press, 2003. Pp. xix + 364. [Includes Marvin D. Lansverk's "'Delightful Vistas': Genital Landscapes in Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure"; Brian McCord's "'Charming and Wholesome Literature': Fanny Hill and the Legal Production of Production"; Judith Bailey Slagle's and Robert Holtzclaw's "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure: Fanny Hill from Page to Screen"; Rev. by Bradford Mudge in Age of Johnson, 15 (2004), 467-74; by Todd C. Parker in Scriblerian, 37, no. 2 - 38, no. 1 (2005), 137-39; by Clive Probyn in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 18 (2005), 149-51.] Fragnito, Gigliola. "The Central and Peripheral Organization of Censorship." Pp. 13-49 in Church, Censorship, and Culture in Early Modern Italy. (Cambridge Studies in History and Culture.) Edited by Gigliola Fragnito; translated by Adrian Belton. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Fragnito, Gigliola (ed.). Church, Censorship, and Culture in Early Modern Italy. (Cambridge Studies in History and Culture.) Translated by Adrian Belton. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Pp. 280. [First published in 2001; now reprinted in paperback. The eight essays include Fragnito's "The Central and Peripheral Organization of Censorship," treating the decision-making by censors and the difficulty of enforcement (13-49); Ugo Baldini's "The Roman Inquisition's Condemnation of Astrology: Antecedents, Reasons, and Consequences" (79-110); and Ugo Rozzo's "Italian Literature on the Index" (194-222). Rev. by Gene A. Brucker in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 33 (23003), 644-45; by Moshe Sluhovsky in The Historical Journal, 47, no. 2 (2004), 501-10; by Randolph Starn in Common Knowledge, 10 (2004), 363-64.] Frajese, Vittorio. La Censura in Italia: Dall'Inquisizione alla polizia. (Quadrante, 195.) RomaBari: Laterza, 2014. Pp. 239. [Rev. by Alfredo Serrai in Bibliothecae.It, 5, no. 2 (2016), 44849.] Frajese, Vittorio. Nascita dell'Indice: La censura ecclesiastica dal Rinascimento alla Controriforma. Brescia: Morcelliana, 2006. Pp. 452; illus. (some in color). Frajese, Vittorio. "Il Purgatorio dei libri: Inquisizione e Indice nell'attivitа espurgatoria di inizio Seicento." Pp. 203-19 in I luoghi dell'immaginario barocco. Ed. by Lucia Strappini. Naples: Liguori, 2001. Pp. xii + 610. Frajese, Vittorio. "Regolamentazione e controllo delle pubblicazioni negli antichi stati italiani (sec. XV-XVIII)." Pp. 677-724 in Produzione e commercio della carta e del libro secc. XIII-XVIII: Atti della "Ventitreesima Settimana di Studi" 15-20 aprile 1991. (Serie II: Atti delle settimane di studi e altri convegni, 23.) Edited by Simonetta Cavaciocchi. Florence: Le Monnie; Mondadori Education, 1992. Pp. 1039. Franco Rubio, Gloria. "Nicolбs Fernбndez de Moratнn y El Arte de las putas." Pp. 97-122 in Feminismo y misoginia en la literatura espanola. Edited by Cristina Segura Graнсo. Page 39 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Madrid: Narcea, 2001. Franta, Andrew. "The Art of Printing and the Law of Libel." Pp. 137-64 in Romanticism and the Rise of the Mass Public. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 68.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Pp. 260; bibliography; index. censor Franta, Andrew. Romanticism and the Rise of the Mass Public. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 68.) Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2007. Pp. 260; bibliography; index. [Includes a first chapter on "Public Opinion from Burke to Byron" (1-18) and a fifth chapter on "The Art of Printing and the Law of Libel" (137-64). Reissued in paperback in 2009. Rev. by Tim Milnes in Journal of British Studies, 47 (2008), 438-39.] Freedman, Harry. The Talmud, A Biography. Banned, Censored, and Burned: The Book They Could Not Suppress. London: Bloomsbury, 2014. Pp. 243. Freeman, Arthur. "A 'Dirty and Scandalous Poem': William Gifford's First Book?" Book Collector, 53 (2004), 353-80. [The proposed attribution is a "satirical squib" arising from John Newton's 1782 divorce proceedings against his adulterous, young wife Catherine, daughter of Revd. Francis Seymour, Dean of Bath and Wells, entitled N-wt-n's Principia: or, Live to Love (Lewis, Stockdale and Fielding, 1782). Freeman's occasion for the article is the emergence on the rare book market of the second known copy, acquired by the British Library and reproduced fully on pp. 363-80.] Freeman, Janet Ing. "Jack Harris and `Honest Ranger': The Publication and Prosecution of Harris's List of Covent-Garden Ladies, 1760-95." Library, 7th series, 13 (2012), 423-56; appendix: "Harris's List of Covent-Garden Ladies: A Census of Copies" (1761-1794, listing library locations of extant copies). Freeman, Lisa A. "The Cultural Politics of Antitheatricality: The Case of John Home's Douglas." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, no. 3 (Fall 2002), 210-35. Freeman, Lisa A. "Exit Lord Chamberlain, Stage Left" [review article]. TLS (7 Nov. 2008), 23. Freeman, Lisa A. "Jeremy Collier and the Politics of Theatrical Representation." In Players, Playwrights, Playhouses: Investigating Performance, 1600-1800. (Redefining British Theatre History.) Ed. by Michael Cordner. New York: Palgrave, 2007. Pp. 300. Freshwater, Helen. "The Allure of the Archives." Poetics Today, 24, no. 4 (2003), 729-58. [On researching the Lord Chamberlain's control of the theatre.] Freshwater, Helen. Theatre Censorship in Britain: Silencing, Censure, and Suppression. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2009. Pp. x + 252. [Rev. by Maggie B. Gale in New Thearre Quarterly, 25, no. 4 (2009), 419-20.] Fridrich, Raimund. "La Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel et la censure en France." Annales Benjamin Constant, 18/19 (1996), 229-36. Friedman, Lawrence. Guarding Life's Dark Secrets: Legal and Social Controls over Reputation, Propriety, and Privacy. Stanford: Stanford U. Press, 2007. Pp. 360. Frimmel, Johannes. "Kommunikation und Information in 18. Jahrhundert: Das Beispiel der Hapsburger Monarchie." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 16 (2007), 399-404. Frohburg, Jens. "Zeitschriftenzensur in Kursachsen von 1789: Das Beispiel der Zeitschrift Deutsches Museum." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 21 (2013), 77-128. Frost, J. William. A Perfect Freedom: Religious Liberty in Pennsylvania. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1993. Pp. 232. Frost, William. "Literacy, Science, and Censorship from the Greeks to Shakespeare and Dryden." Soundings, 17 [no. 23] (1986), 32-43. Fruchtman, Jack, Jr. Thomas Paine: Apostle of Freedom. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1994. Pp. 416. [Reprinted by Basic Books in paperback in 1996.] Fuchs, Thomas. "Bьcher und Bibliotheksverluste in der Frьhen Neuzeit." Kodex: Jahrbuch derInternationalen Buchwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft, 3 (2013), 25-41. [In a volume focused on book destruction.] Fuhring, Peter. "The Print Privilege in Eighteenth-Century France, [Part] I"; "_____ [Part], II." Page 40 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Print Quarterly, 2, no. 3 (1985), 175-93; 3, no. 1 (1986), 19-33. Gacto Fernбndez, Enrique (ed.). El Centinela de la Fe: Estudios jurнdicos sobre la Inquisiciуn de Sevilla en el siglo XVIII. (Anales de la Universidad Hispalense, serie derecho, 64.) Seville: Universidad de Sevilla, 1997. Pp. 469. Gacto Fernбndez, Enrique. "Sobre la censura literaria en el XVII: Cervantes, Quevedo, y la Inquisiciуn." Revista de la Inquisiciуn, 1 (1991), 11-61. Gallagher, Catherine. "Political Crimes and Fictional Alibis: The Case of Delarivier Manley." ECS, 23 (1990), 502-21. [On Manley's claim she wrote fiction when prosecuted for sedition libel in 1709 (for Secret Memoirs and Manners of Several Persons . . . New Atalantis) and the implications of that defense.] Gallichan, Gilles, et al. "Publication and Power" [in early Canada]. Chapter 13 of History of the Book in Canada, Vol. I: Beginnings to 1840. Edited by Patricia Lockhart Fleming, Gilles Gallichan, and Yvan Lamonde. [English:] Toronto: Toronto U. Press, 2004. [Three relevant essays: Gilles Gallichan's "Political Censorship"; Pierre Hйbert's "Religious Censorship"; and George L. Parker's "Case Study: Joseph Howe and Freedom of the Press." Also published in French by Presses de l'U. de Montreal.] Ganofsky, Marine. "Sacred or Profane Pleasures? Erotic Ceremonies in Eighteenth-Century French Libertine Fiction." Religion in the Age of Enlightenment, 5 (2015). Garcнa Aguilar, Idalia. "Before We Are Condemned: Inquisitorial Fears and Private Libraries of New Spain." Books in the Catholic World during the Early Modern Period. (Library of the Written Word, 33; The Handpress World, 25.) Edited by Natlia Maillard Бlvarez. Leiden: Brill, 2014. Pp. 240; bibliography; name index. Garcнa Cбrcel, Ricardo, and Doris Moreno Martнnez. "La Inquisiciуn y el debate sobre la tolerancia en Europa en el siglo XVIII." Bulletin Hispanique (2002), 195-213. Garcнa Garrosa, Marнa Jesъs. "Censura y traducciones teatrales in Espaсa en la primera mitad del siglo XVIII." Anagnуrisis: Revista de Investigaciуn Teatral, 6, no. 1 (2012), 92-115; summaries in English and Spanish. E-journal posted online at www.anagnorisis.es. Garcнa Hurtado, Manuel-Reyes. "La participaciуn de los militares espaсoles en la prensa del siglo XVIII." Studia historica: Historia moderna, 32 (2010), 375-98. Garcia Ivars, Flora. La represiуn en el Tribunal Inquisitorial de Granada, 1550-1819. Madrid: Akal, 1991. Pp. 302; maps. Gardiner, Anne Barbeau. "Catholic Authors and the Liberty of Conscience, 1649-1771." Catholic Dossier, 5 (July-August 1999), 17-22. [With freedom of the press only from 1686-1688.] Gardiner, Anne Barbeau. "Dating Dryden's Amboyna: Allusions in the Text to 1672-1673 Politics." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 5 (Summer 1990), 18-27. Gardiner, Anne Barbeau. "Dryden's Cleomenes (1692) and Contemporary Jacobite Verse." Restoration, 12, no. 2 (Fall 1988), 87-95. [Egypt is attacked in the play in coded terms similar to those used in Jacobite verse. Rev. in Scriblerian, 22, no. 1 (Autumn 1989), 12.] Gardiner, Anne Barbeau. "Lord Castlemaine, Dryden, and the Property-Rights Argument for Freedom of Conscience." Scriblerian, 22, no. 2 (Spring 1990), 195-99.] Garnai, Amy. "'A Lock upon my Lips': The Melodrama of Silencing and Censorship in Thomas Holcroft's Knave, or Not?" Eighteenth-Century Studies, 43 (2010), 473-84. [Examines the plays evolution through MS to stage to print as it offers a critique of the "repressive cultural climate.] Garnai, Amy. "Radicalism, Caution, and Censorship in Elizabeth Inchbald's Every One Has His Fault." SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 47, no. 3 (Summer 2007), 703-22. [Argues that Inchbald offers a pro-revolutionary thesis or thrust in her 1793 play, but does so deftly without raises censorship difficulties.] Gamer, Michael. "Genres for the Prosecution: Pornography and the Gothic." PMLA, 114 (1999), 1043-54. Page 41 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Garrot, Juan Carlos, Jean-Louis Guereсa, and Mуnica Zapata (eds.). Figures de la censure dans les mondes hispanique et hispano-amйricain. (Йtudes Hispaniques.) Paris: Indigo et Cфtй-femmes, 2009. Pp. 391. [Includes a couple dozen essays. Of note among the four on theory is Jean-Louis Guereсa's "Pour una histoire de la censure: Censures, censeurs, censurй(e)s" (83-103). Several essays in the second section, "Les temps modernes: histoire des idйes, figures de la censure," are noteworthy: Alexandra Danet's "Raison d'Йtat et raison de religion dans la traduction espagnole anonyme du David persйcutй de Virgilio Malvezzi (1635); Fernando Copello's "Jardнn, clausura y censura: Historias de tijeras en la Espaсa de los siglos XVI y XVII"; Rosa Marнa Capel's "Ilustraciуn, matrimonio y censura inquisitorial"; and Patricia Mauclair's "Eros dans l'Espagne du XVIIIe siиcle: D'un corps qui se tait а un corps qui se vend." At least one essay is about characters who are censured in the sense of shamed--thus, the volume is partly out of my focus on censorship of expression. Rev. by Emilie Mendonзa in Cahiers de civilisation espagnole contemporaine, 4 (2009). On-line journal at http://ccec.revues.org/2757. Posted on 16 January 2009; consulted 27 May 2015.] Gates, Rebecca A. "Aristocratic Libraries, Censorship, and Bookprinting in Late-EighteenthCentury Hungary." Journal of Library History, 22, no. 1 (1987), 23-41; illus. Geary, Christopher, and Thomas Keymer. "Seditious Libel in Eighteenth-Century Dublin: Polyphemus's Farewel (1714)." Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dб chultъr, 31 (2016), 170-77. [A survey of what's been published on Edward Waters and the broadside satire of Lord Lieutenant Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury, copies of which were seized when his shop was raided in June 1714 and prosecution followed in 1715. Thereafter comes a examination of the satire itself. The 41-line poem's full title is Polyphemus's Farewel: Or, A Long Adieu to Ireland's Eye. A Poem; it concludes Waters' colophon. The broadside is transcribed, not reproduced, though extant in three copies and available on the National Library of Ireland's website.] Genand, Stйphanie. "Le libertinage existe-t-il au fйminin? Le cas Justine dans l'oeuvre de Sade." Revue de la BNF, no. 50 [2015/2] (2015), 14-19. Gentil-Brasseur, Hйlиne. "Le livre saisi en Picardie sous la Rйvolution franзaise." Bulletin du bibliophile, 2007-1 (2007), 38-69. Geoghegan, Vincent. "A Jacobite History: The Abbй MacGeoghegan's `History of Ireland.'" Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dб chultъr, 6 (1991), 37-55. [James MacGeoghegan, bound in Ireland, 1702, and educated in France, wrote a history translated by Patrick O'Kelly.] Gerrard, Christine. The Patriotic Opposition to Walpole: Politics, Poetry, and Myth, 1725-1742. Oxford: Clarendon, 1994. Pp. xiv + 273. [A revision of Gerrard's Ph.D. dissertation "The Patriotic Opposition to Sir Robert Walpole: A Study of Politics and Poetry, 1725-1742" (U. of Oxford, 1986).] Gersmann, Gudrun. "Un aperзu de `la vie des autres': La police parisienne du livre et ses informateurs sous l'Ancien Rйgime." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 8 (2012), 311-25. Gersmann, Gudrun. ". . . contre le pudeur et les bonnes moeurs': Verbotene Bьcher und ihre Vertriebswege im Frankreich des 18. Jahrhunderts." Pp. 34-47 (with illus.) in Dar "Giftschrank": Erotik, Sexualwissenschaft, Politik und Literatur: "Remota": Die weggesperrten Bьcher der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek. Edited by Stephen Kellner. Munich: Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, 2002. Pp. 224; illus. Gersmann, Gudrun. Im Schatten der Bastille: Die Welt der Schriftsteller, Kolporteure und Buchhдndler am Vorabend der Franzцsischen Revolution. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1993. Pp. 394; index. [Examines the activities and careers of authors and book trade members who were imprisoned in the Bastille. Rev. by Gerard Groeneveld in De boekenwereld, 11 (1995/1995), 128-30; (with another book) by Renй Nohr in Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 6 (1996), 488-94; (favorably; with other books) by Jeremy D. Popkin in Page 42 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 ECS, 28 (1994), 151-54; by Vйronique Porra in Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 44 (1997), 531-35.] Gersmann, Gudrun. "Le Monde des colporteurs parisiens de livres prohibйs 1750-1789." Pp. 3748 in Colportage et lecture populaire: Imprimйs de large circulation en Europe XVIeXIXe siиcles: Actes du colloque des 21-24 avril 1991, Wolfenbьttel. Edited by Roger Chartier and Hans-Jьrgen Lьsebrink (In Octavo.) Paris: IMEC; Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1996. Gies, David T. "El XVIII Porno." Pp. 299-310 in Signoria di parole: Studi offerti a Mario di Pinto. Edited by Giovanna Calabrу. Naples: Liguori, 1998 [1999]. Giguиre, Richard. "'Ces restes d'Inquisition . . .': Littйrature, йdition et censure dans les correspondences d' йcrivains de l'entre-deux-querres au Quйbec." Voix et Images: Littйrature Quйbйcoise, 23, no. 2 (1998), 248-65. Gill, Catie. "Evans and Cheevers's A Short Relation in Context: Flesh, Spirit, and Authority in Quaker Prison Writings, 1650-1662." Huntington Library Quarterly, 72 (2009), 257-72. Gillies, W. "Gaelic Songs of the 'Forty-five.'" Scottish Studies, 30 (1991), 19-58. [See also Murray Pittock's article on the songs of the 1745 rebellion.] Gilmartin, Kevin. Print Politics: The Press and Radical Opposition in Early Nineteenth-Century England. (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 21.) New York: Cambridge U. Press, 1996. Pp. xiv + 274; index. Gilmartin, Kevin. "Radical Print Culture in Periodical Form." Pp. 39-63 in Romanticism, History, and the Possibilities of Genre: Re-Formation Literature, 1789-1833. Edited by Tilottama Rajan. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1998. Pp. xiv + 291. Giusti, Giorgia. "Gli `Avvisi' mantovani del `700 e la censura di Stato." La fabbrica del libro, 13, no. 1 (2007), 7-12. Givens, Bryan. Judging Maria de Macedo: A Female Visionary and the Inquisition in Early Modern Portugal. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2011. Pp. viii + 255. [Besides examining the Millenarian tradition behind Maria de Macedo's thought and belief and her visions themselves, the good has a chapter entitled "Utopia's Judges: Understanding Inquisitorial Subculture."] Gladfelder, Hal. "In Search of Lost Texts: Thomas Cannon's Ancient and Modern Pederasty Investigated and Exemplify'd." Eighteenth-Century Life, 31, no. 1 (Winter 2007), 22-38. [This work was advertised in the Gentleman's Magazine of April 1749; it caused difficulties for the author, whose authorship was referenced by John Cleland.] Gladfelder, Hal. "The Indictment of John Purser, Containing Thomas Cannon's Ancient and Modern Pederasty Investigated and Exemplify'd." Eighteenth-Century Life, 31, no. 1 (winter 2007), 39-61. Gladfelder, Hal. "In Search of Lost Texts: Thomas Cannon's Ancient and Modern Pederasty Investigated and Exemplify'd." Eighteenth-Century Life, 31, no. 1 (Winter 2007), 22-38. [This work was advertised in the Gentleman's Magazine of April 1749; it caused difficulties for the author, whose authorship was referenced by John Cleland.] Gladfelder, Hal. "Obscenity, Censorship, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: The Case of John Cleland." Wordsworth Circle, 35 (2004), 134-41. Glaser, Eliane (ed.). Religious Tolerance in the Atlantic World: Early Modern and Contemporary Perspectives. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. c. 260. [Begins with the editor's introduction, sharing the volume title (1-13), and includes such essays as John Coffey's "Scripture and Toleration between Reformation and Enlightenment" (14-40), Andrew R. Murphy's "Law and Civil Interest: William Penn's Tolerationism" (111-33), Nicholas McDowell's "John Milton and Religious Tolerance: The Origins and Contradictions of the Western Tradition" (134-48); Jacob Selwood's "Present at Creation: Diaspora, Hybridity, and the Place of Jews in the History of English Toleration" (193-213); Page 43 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Matthew Dimmock's "Tolerating `Mahomet': Or, Thinking about Then, Now" (214-34). Rev. by Sarah Mortimer in Journal of Jesuit Studies, 2 (2015), 688-90.] Glessner, Beth A. "The Censored Erotic Works of Fйlicitй de Choiseul-Meuse." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, 16 (1997), 131-44; checklist of 27 novels published 1797-1824 [132-34]. Glickman, Gabriel. "Andrew Michael Ramsay (1786-1743), the Jacobite Court, and the English Catholic Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Thought, 3 (2007), 293-329. [Ramsay's life was mostly spent in France, where he published various works, and at least his Masonic work was censored. The publication of his writings in England was provocative.] Glover, Jeffrey. "Thomas Lechford's Plain Dealing: Censorship and Cosmopolitan Print Culture in the English Atlantic." Book History, 10 (2007), 29-46. Godwin, Peter. Der geheime Inquisition: Aus den verbotenen Archiven des Vatikans. Munich: List, 2001. Pp. 299. Goldgar, Anne. "The Absolutism of Taste: Journalists as Censors in 18th-Century Paris." Pp. 87-110 in Censorship and the Control of Print in England and France (1600-1910). Edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1992. Goldstein, Robert J. Censorship of Political Caricature in Nineteenth-Century France. Kent, OH: Kent State U. Press, 1989. Pp. xii + 293; illus.; index. Goldstein, Robert Justice. The Frightful Stage: Political Censorship of the Theater in Nineteenth-Century Europe. New York and Oxford: Bergahn Books, 2009. Pp. 322; bibliography; index. [With an introduction and the chapter "France" by Goldstein, and includ6ing chapters on Germany by Gardy D. Stark, Italy by John A. Davis, Russia by Anthony Swift, and Spain by David T. Gies. Rev. (fav.) by Tyler Smith in Theatre Journal, 64 (2012), 466-67.] Goldstein, Robert Justin. Political Censorship of the Arts and the Press in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Basingstoke: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. Pp. xx + 232 + [16] of plates. [Rev. by David Mayer in Nineteenth-Century Theatre, 19, no. 2 (1991), 143.] Goldwyn, Henriette. "Censure, clandestinitй, et йpistolaritй: Les Lettres pastorales de Pierre Jurieu." Pp. 285-94 of Le Savoir au XVIIe siиcle. (Biblio, 17, no. 147.) Edited by John D. Lyons and Cara Welch. Tьbingen: Narr, 2003. Pp. 404. [Jurieu, 1637-1713.] Gonelli, Lida Maria. Censimento di testi veneti antichi in prosa (secoli XIII-XV) editi dal 1501 al 1900. Padua: Esedra, 2003. Pp. 370. Gonzбlez Cruz, David. Propaganda e informaciуn en tiempos de guerra: Espaсa y Amйrica (1700-1714). Madrid: Sнlex, 2009. Pp. 304. [On the control of print and opinion during the War of Spanish Succession, drawing on records from England, France, Italy and Spain. Rev (fav.) by Scott Eastman in Hispanic Review, 79 (2011), 661-64; (very favorably) by Christopher Storrs in Journal of Military History, 73 (2009), 1322-23.] Gonzбlez Martнnez, Javier. "Una autorнa a partir de una censura." Pp. 409-26 in El teatro barroco revisitado: Textos, lecturas y otras mutaciones. Edited by Emilia I. Deffis, Jesъs Pйrez Magallуn, and Javier Vargas de Luna. Puebla, Mexico: Colegio de Puebla, 2013. Pp. 621; illustrations. Gonzбlez Ramнrez, David. "Novela corta en la encrucijada de los siglos XVII y XVIII: Censuras y (re)ediciones." In La Literatura del Siglo de Oro en el Sigo de la Ilustraciуn: Studios sobre la recepciуn y el canon de la literaturaсa. Edited by Josй Lara Garrido, and Belen Molina Huete. Madrid: Visor Libros, 2012. Pp. 227. Available as an e-book. [The seven essays include David Gonzбlez Ramнrez's "Novela corta en la encrucijada de los siglos XVII y XVIII: Censuras y (re)ediciones"] Gonzбlez Rodrнguez, Jaime. "La censura franciscana del Gobierno de los regulares de Pedro Josй Page 44 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 de Parras, OFM." Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 85 (1992), 489579. Gonzбlez Sбnchez, Carlos Alberto. "Inquisiciуn y control ideolуgico en la Carrera de Indias de la Ilustraciуn (1750-1830)." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 92, no. 5 (2015), 855-77. [On the influence of the Inquisition on books ship to the Americas and beyond on the "Carrera de Indias."] Gonzбlez Sбnchez, Carlos Alberto, and Enriqueta Vila Vilar (eds.). Grafнas del imaginario: Representaciones culturales en Espaсa y Amйrica (siglos XVI-XVIII). (Secciуnde obras de historia.) Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Econуmica, 2003. Pp. 648; illus. [Includes a section on censorship and clandestine reading and another on education.] Gцpfert, Herbert G., and Erdmann Weyrauch (eds.). "Unmoralisch an sich . . .': Zensur im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert. (Wolfenbьtteler Schriften zur Geschichte des Buchwesens, 13.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1988. Pp. 338. [Rev. by Grete Klingenstein in Zeitschrift fьr Historische Forschung, 18, no. 4 (1991), 493-94; by David Paisey in Library, 6th ser., 12 (1990), 253-55, noting 13 essays from a 1985 conference, involving English, French, and German censorship.] Gordon, Sarah Barringer. "Blasphemy and the Law of Religious Liberty in Nineteenth-Century America." American Quarterly, 52 (2000), 682-719. [Treats the context, in part English legal tradition, for the conviction of John Ruggles in New York in 1811.] Gorian, Rudj. "La Distinta notitia di molte orationi ed historie proibite: Due edizioni censorie minori del 1710." Pp. 141-70 in Dalla bibliografia alla storia: Studi in onore di Ugo Rozzo. Edited by Rudj Gorian. Udine: Forum, 2010. Pp. viii + 343. Goubier-Robert. Geneviиve. "Le Topos du manuscript trouvй: De la tradition а la subversion (1745-1799)." Pp. 217-24 in Le Topos du manuscript trouvй. Ed. by Jan Herman, Fernand Hallyn, and Kris Peeters. Louvain: Peeters, 1999. Pp. liv + 532. Gough, Hugh. The Newspaper Press in the French Revolution. Chicago: Dorsey Press; London: Routledge, 1988. Pp. 264; bibliography. [Rev. by Jeremy Black in English Historical Review, 106 (1991), 1023.] Goulemot, Jean Marie. Ces Livres qu'on ne lit que d'une main. Lecture et lecteurs de livres pornographiques du XVIIIe siиcle. (Collection de la Pensee.) Aix-en-Provence: Alinйa, 1991. Pp. xoo + 167; bibliography [157-67]; illus. [Rev. (in French) by Marie-France Silver in ECF, 4 (1992), 179-80; (with anr. book) by James Smith Allen in Libraries and Culture, 28 (1993), 319-26. Translated by James Simpson as Forbidden Texts: Erotic Literature and its Readers in Eighteenth-Century France (Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1994), reviewed by Madelyn Gutwirth in ECS, 30 (1997) and Alan J. Singerman in ECCB, n.s. 22-24 (for 1996-1998), 548-49; translated into German by Andrea Spingler as Gefдrliche Bьcher: Erotische Literatur, Pornographie, Leser und Zenser im 18. Jahrhundert (Reinbek bein Hamburg: Rowohlt-Taschenbuch, 1993).] Graham, Lisa Jane. If the King only Knew: Seditious Speech in the Reign of Louis XV. Charlottesville: U. Press of Virginia, 2000. Pp. xi + 324; illus. Graham, Lisa Jane. "Scandal: Law, Literature, and Morality in the Early Enlightenment." Pp. 217-42 of The Interdisciplinary Century: Tensions and Convergences in EighteenthCentury Art, History, and Literature. Edited by Julia V. Douthwaite and Mary Vidal. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. xxxiv + 312. Graham, Kenneth W. "Vathek with the Episode of Vatheck: The Role of the Suppressed `Story of Alasi and Firouz.'" East-Central Intelligencer, 14, no. 3 (September 2000), 10-12. Graham, Michael F. The Blasphemies of Thomas Aikenhead: Boundaries of Belief on the Eve of the Enlightenment. Edinburgh: Edinburgh U. Press, 2008. Pp. xii + 180; 3 illustrations. Rev. by Alasdair Raffe in Scottish Historical Review, 89 (2010), 111-13. [Last man executed for blasphemy (in 1697); Aikenhead had studied at the University of Edinburgh. His case was much discussed in the press.] Page 45 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Granata, Giovanna. "Il Data base della ricerca sull''inchiesta' della Congregazione dell'Indice dei libri proibiti (RICI)." Bibliotheca (2004), no. 1, 115-30. Granrut, Bernard du. "Dйmocratie et libertй de la presse." Revue international de compare, 47 (1995), 133-38. Green, Jonathan. The Encyclopedia of Censorship. New York: Facts on File, 1989. Pp. ix + 388. Green, Katherine S. "Mr. Harmony and the Events of January 1793: Elizabeth Inchbald's Every One Has His Fault." Theatre Journal, 56 (2004), 47-62. Greene, Jody. The Trouble with Ownership: Literary Property and Authorial Liability in England, 1660-1730. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2005. Pp. 272; illus.; index. [A study of authorship, censorship or control of the press, and literary property that includes such chapters as "Daniel Defoe, the Act of Anne, and the Obligations of Ownership" (107-49)--also examined are several seventeenth- and eighteenth-century legal cases and the publications of Pope and Gay. Rev. (fav.) by Adam Budd in TLS (July 15, 2005), 24; by Christopher Flint in 1650-1850, 13 (2006), 346-49; by Susan Paterson Glover in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 20 (2007), 124-26; by Bonnie Gunzenhauser in a review essay ("Reading the Intersection of Law and Literature in the Eighteenth Century") in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40 (2007), 334-39; (with reservations) by Harold Love in TLS (7 October 2005), 28; (fav.) by Mark Rose in Scriblerian, 39 (2006), 81-82; by William St. Clair in SHARP News, 16, no. 3 (Summer 2007), 9.] Greenleaf, Richard E. Inquisition in Colonial Latin America: Selected Writings of Richard E. Greenleaf. Edited and introduced by James D. Riley. Berkeley: Academy of American Franciscan History, 2010. Pp. vi + 247. [Rev. by Ida Altmann in Catholic Historical Review, 100, no. 1 (2014), 181-82.] Greenspan, Nicole. "News, Intelligence, and Espionage at the Exiled Court at Cologne: The Case of Henry Manning." Media History, 11, no. 1-2 (April-August 2005), 105-26. Gregory, Mary Efrosini. Freedom in French Enlightenment Thought. New York: Peter Lang, 2010. Pp. 249; index. Grell, Ole Peter, and Roy Porter (eds.). Toleration in Enlightenment Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2000. Pp. ix + 270; index. [For discussions of censorship, see Grell and Porter's introductory essay "Toleration in Enlightenment Europe" (1-22); Nicholas Davidson's "Toleration in Enlightenment Italy," which finds Italian state censorship usually lax (230-49); Martin Fitzpatrick's "Toleration and the Enlightenment Movement" (23-68); Jonathan I. Israel's "Spinoza, Locke, and the Enlightenment Battle for Toleration" (102-13); Henry Kamen's "Inquisition, Tolerance, and Liberty in EighteenthCentury Spain" (250-58); Michael Mьller's "Toleration in Eastern Europe: The Dissident Question in Eighteenth-Century Poland-Lithuania" (212-29); see also "censorship" and other relevant topics in the index. Rev. by Adam Sutcliffe in American History Review, 107 (2002), 604; by Paul S. Spalding in Church History, 71 (2002), 664-65; in English Historical Review, 116 (2001), 235-36.] Griffin, Clive (ed.). "Inquisiciуn, cultura y vida cotidiana en el mundo hispбnico (siglos XVIXVIII)." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 92, no. 5 (2015), 651-877. [Special issue, with an introduction by Manuel Peсa Dнaz. Includes such essays as Jaqueline Vassallo's "La persecuciуn de las prбcticas mбgicas en la Cуrdoba colonial (siglo XVIII)" and Rocнo Alamillo Alvarez's "Magia e Inquisiciуn en el siglo XVIII: Prбticas y espacios."] Grinchenko, N. A., and N. G. Patrusheva. "Russian Imperial Censors from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century." Solanus: International Journal for Russian and Eastern European Bibliographic, Library, and Publishing Studies, n.s. 17 (2003), 18-23. Gross, Sabine. "Matters of Reading, Shapes of Writing: Material Form and Social Practice" [review essay]. German Studies Review, 36 (2013), 147-61. [Includes a critique of Mona Kцrte's Essbare Lettern, brennendes Buch: Schriftvernichtung in der Literatur der Neuzeit (Munich: W. Fink, 2012).] Page 46 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Guereсa, Jean-Louis. "De erotica hispanica." [In a special issue entitled] "Del'obscene e la pornographie como objets d'йtudes" of Cahiers d'histoire culturelle de l'universitй de Tours, 5 (1999), 19-32. Guereсa, Jean-Louis. Un infierno espaсol: Un ensayo de bibliografнa de publicaciones erуticas espaсolas clandestinas (1812-1939). Madrid: Asociaciуn de Libreros de Viejo, 2011. Pp. 382; 54 illus. [The study includes clandestine erotic works of the 18th century. Rev. (fav.) by Maite Zubiaurre in Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, 16, no. 2 (2015), 235-37.] Guggenbьhl, Christoph. Zensur und Pressefreiheit: Kommunikationskontrolle in Zьrich an der Wende zum 19. Jahrhundert. Zьrich: Chronos, 1996. Pp. 452; illus. [Rev. by Holger Bцning in Jahrbuch fьr Kommunikationsgeschichte, 1 (1999), 262-63.] Guibovich Pйrez, Pedro. Censura, libros e inquisiciуn en el Perъ colonial, 1570-1754. Seville: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientнficas, Escuela de Estudios HispanoAmericanos, 2003. Pp. 429; bibliography. Guibovich Pйrez, Pedro. La Inquisiciуn y la censura de libros en el Perъ virreninal (1570-1813). Lima: Fondo Editorial del Congreso del Peru, 2000. Pp. 75. Guibovich Pйrez, Pedro. "The Printing Press in Colonial Peru: Production Process and Literary Categories in Lima, 1584-1699." Colonial Latin American Review, 10, no. 2 (2001), 16788. Guicciardi, Jean-Pierre (translated by Michael Murray). "Between the Licit and the Illicit: The Sexuality of the King." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (October 1985), 88-97. Guincho, Maria does Anjos. "Morality and Poetic Theorizing as Censorship Strategies: In the Translation of Heroides by Miguel do Couto Guerreiro (1720-1793)." Pp. 265-88 in Translation and Censorship in Different Times and Landscapes. Ed. by Teresa Seruya and Maria Lin Moniz. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. Pp. xix + 344. Gunzenhauser, Bonnie. "Reading the Intersections of Law and Literature in the Eighteenth Century" [review essay]. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40 (2007), 334-39. Gurr, Jens Martin. "The Taboo of Revolutionary Thought after 1660 and Strategies of Subversion in Milton's Paradise Lost and Bunyan's The Holy War." Pp. 99-116 of Taboo and Transgression in British Literature from the Renaissance to the Present. Edited by Stefan Horlacher, Stefan Glomb, and Lars Heiler. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Gurr, Jens Martin. "Worshipping Cloacina in the Eighteenth Century: Functions of Scatology in Swift, Pope, Gay, and Sterne." Pp. 117-34 of Taboo and Transgression in British Literature from the Renaissance to the Present. Edited by Stefan Horlacher, Stefan Glomb, and Lars Heiler. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Guthrie, Neil. The Material Culture of the Jacobites. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2013. Pp. xviii + 268; illus. [Treats seditious language and libel as well as medals and prints and focuses on non-linguistic Jacobite symbols, which were hard to prosecute. Rev. (with another book) by Niall MacKenzie in The Byron Journal, 42, no. 2 (2014), 198-201; (fav.) by Paul Monod in Scriblerian, 48, no. 2- 49, no. 1 (Spring-Autumn 2016), 128-30, praising the illustrations.] Haasis, Hellmut G. "Literarischer Underground Hapsburg 1700-1800." Pp. 217-26 in Kommunikation und Information im 18. Jahrhundert: Das Beispiel der Hapsburgermonarchie. Edited by Johannes Frimmel and Michael Wцgerbauer. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2009. Habermann, Ina. Staging Slander and Gender in Early Modern England. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003. Pp. 210. [Rev. by Nancy M. Bunker in Seventeenth-Century News, 62 (2004), 21619.] Hadfield, Andrew (ed.). Literature and Censorship in Renaissance England. London and New York: Palgrave, 2003. Pp. 234. [Contains Hadfield's "The Politics of Early Modern Censorship" and Annabel Patterson's "Andrew Marvell: Living with Censorship." Rev. by Katharine Craik in TLS (14 Nov. 2003), 31.] Page 47 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Haefs, Wilhelm, and York-Gorhart Mix (eds.). Zensur im Jahrhundert der Aufklдrung: Geschicte, Theorie, Praxis. (Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, Supplement, 12.) Gцttingen: Niedersachs; Wallstein, 2006. Pp. c. 400; 10 illus. Pp. 456. [Includes Mix's "Zensur im 18. Jahrhundert. Prдmissen und Probleme der Forschung" (11-23); Jьrgen Wilke's "Pressezensur im Alten Reich" (27-44); Klaus Beyrer's "Die Schwarzen Kabinette der Post: Zu einigen Beispielen der organisierten Brief ьberwachung" (45-59); Ernst Fischer's "'Immer schon die vollstдndigste pressefreiheit'?: Beobachtungen zum verhдltnis von Zensur und Buchhandel im 18. Jahrhundert" (61-78); Martin Papenheim's "Die katholische kirchliche Zensur im Reich im 18. Jahrhundert" (79-98); and Peter Hцyng's "Die Geburt der Theaterzensur aus dem Geiste bьrgerlicher Moral: Unwillkommene Thesen zur Theaterzensur im 18. Jahrhundert?" (99-119); Clemens Schwaiger's "Denkverbote und Denkfaulheit in der Sticht der deutschen Aufklдrer" (12332); Klaus Bohnen's "Grenzsetzungen Zensur-Kritik und Selbstzensur bei G. E. Lessing" (133-43); Hans-Jьrgen Lьsebrink's "Zenzur, Exil und Autoridentitдt (Diderot, Raynal)" (145-56); Simone Zurbuchen's "Aufklдrung `von oben herunter' oder `von unten herauf'? Die Berliner Preisfrage uber den Volksbetrug (1780)" (157-85); Hans-Edwin Friedrich's "'Volksverfьhrer, Franzosennachдffer, Weisheitsgaukler'--Zensur als дsthetischer Akt. Wieland und der Gцttinger Hain" (189-202); Hartmut Reinhardt's "'man weiss nicht, was man schreiben darf . . .': Die Weimarer Klassik und die Zensur: Zwei Fallstudien zu Schiller und Herder (203-23); Norbert-Christian Wolf's "Von `eingeschrдnkt und erzbigott' bis `ziemlich inquistionsmдssig': Die Rolle der Zensur im Wiener literarischen Feld des 18. Jahrhunderts" (305-30); and Wilhelm Haef's "Zensur im Alten Reich des 18. Jahrhunderts--Konzepte, Perspektiven und Desiderata der Forschung" (389-424). Rev. by Holger Bцning in Jahrbuch fьr Kommunikationsgeschichte, 10 (2008), 167-69.] Halimi, Suzy. "La Censure en Angleterre au XVIIIe siиcle: Obstacle а la diffusion de l'йcrit?" Revue de la Sociйtй d'Йtudes Anglo-Amйricaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siиcles, Supplement, (2010), 17-32; summary in French. Hall, David J. "'The fiery Tryal of their Infallible Examination': Self-Control in the Regulation of Quaker Publishing in England from the 1670s to the mid 19th Century." Pp. 59-86 of Censorship and the Control of Print in England and France 1600-1910 [title on cover; title-pages uses "Censorship &"]. Edited by Robin Myers and Michael Harris. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1992. Pp. xii + 154; illus.; index. [A paper read at the 13th annual Conference on Book Trade History, held at Birkbeck College, December 1991. Hall, a librarian at Cambridge U. Library, was working on the history of Quaker printing, which including searching the minutes of regular Quaker meetings for records of approval and disproval for publishing members. He found that London Morning Meeting minutes for 1691-1695 recorded the acceptance of 73 titles and rejection of 19--even George Fox had work rejected for publication. Meetings in Bristol and York similarly censored Quaker publications. In a long-standing interest in controlling discourse, Quaker committees edited writers' works (and re-edited earlier works sometimes with more excisions, as William Penn's), and he quotes many authors' words to that effect. I cannot find that Hall's work led to any book, and there is little published on Quaker printing in the long eighteenth century. This is a fascinating essay.] Hammond, Paul. "Censorship in the Manuscript Transmission of Restoration Poetry." Literature and Censorship, edited by Nigel Smith, special issue of Essays and Studies, 46 (1993), 39-62. [See also Hammond's "Anonymity in Restoration Poetry," The Seventeenth Century, 8 (1993), 123-42, and his "The Circulation of Dryden's Poetry." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 86 (1992), 379-409. All three essays are reprinted in Hammond's collection The Making of Restoration Poetry (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2006), reviewed by Harold Love in Review of English Studies, 58 (2007), 102-04.] Page 48 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Hammond, Paul. "The Circulation of Dryden's Poetry." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 86 (1992), 379-409. [Dryden's preferred modes of distribution for different sorts of compositions. Rev. in Scriblerian, 28, nos. 1-2 (Autumn 1995-Spring 1996), 15-16.] Hammond, Paul. The Making of Restoration Poetry. (Studies in Renaissance Literature, 16.) Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2006. Pp. xxiii + 230; illustrations; index. [Chapters include "The Restoration Poetic Canon"; "Censorship and the Manuscript Transmission of Restoration Poetry"; "Anonymity in Restoration Poetry" (previously published); "The Circulations of Dryden's Poetry"; "Rochester and His Editors."] Hanazaki, Tomoko. "Libel Actions in Late Eighteenth-Century England." SVEC, 348 (1996), 1305-08. Hanazaki, Tomoko. "A New Parliament of Birds: Aesop, Fiction, and Jacobite Rhetoric." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 27, no. 2 (1993), 235-54. Handwerk, Gary. "Historical Trauma: Political Theory and Novelistic Practice in William Godwin's Fiction." In Revolutions and Censorship. Ed. by E. S. Shaffer. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1994. Hanley, William. A Biographical Dictionary of French Censors, 1742-1789. Part 1: A-B. (Publications du Centre, 17.) Ferney-Voltaire: Centre International d'йtude du XVIIIe siиcle, 2005. Pp. xii + 400. [Part 2 covering "C" is forthcoming in 2015.] Hanley, William. "The Censure of Voltaire's Biblical Verses." Australian Journal of French Studies, 21, no. 1 (1984), 26-42. Hanley, William. "Une Rйflexion de l'йpoque sur le nombre de censeurs royaux en place au XVIIIe siиcle." Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 105 (2005), 207-14. Hanuschek, Sven. "Die hiesige ganz und gar nдrrische Censur: Zwischen Laisser-faire und Schikane: Zensur in Bayern um 1800." Pp. 48-55 (with illus.) in Dar "Giftschrank": Erotik, Sexualwissenschaft, Politik und Literatur: "Remota": Die weggesperrten Bьcher der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek. Edited by Stephen Kellner. Munich: Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, 2002. Pp. 224; illus. Hanvelt, Marc. "Politeness, a Plurality of Interests, and the public realm: Hume on the Liberty of the Press." History of Political Thought, 33 (2012), 627-46. Hargreaves, Robert. The First Freedom: A Liberty of Free Speech. Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton, 2002. Pp. 338. [Rev. (favorably, with reservations) by Matt Shinn in TLS (June 13, 2003), 25.] Harline, Craig E. Pamphlets, Printing, and Political Culture in the Early Dutch Republic. Dordecht: Martinus Nijhoff/Kluwer Academic, 1987. Pp. xiv + 309; bibliography; illus.; index. Harris, Susan Cannon. "Clearing the Stage: Gender, Class, and the Freedom of the Scenes in Eighteenth-Century Dublin." PMLA, 119, no. 5 (2004), 1264-78. [Rioting audience as censor.] Harrison, Nicholas. Circles of Censorship: Censorship and its Metaphors in French History, Literature, and Theory. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1995. Pp. vii + 246. [A rather theoretical study on freedom of the press after the 1789 revolution, with remarks on the Marquis de Sade.] Harrison, Nicholas. "Colluding with the Censor: Theatre Censorship in France after the Revolution." Romance Studies [Swansea, Wales], 25 (1995), 7-18. Harrison, Nicholas. "Reading Sade through Censorship." Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, no. 1 (2000), 26-37. Haslanger, Andrea. "What Happens When Pornography Ends in Marriage: The Uniformity of Pleasure in Fanny Hill." ELH, 78 (2011), 163-88. Haug, Christine. "'Die Bibliothek verteidigt sich selbst . . .': Unsichtbare Literatur und verborgene Bibliotheken im 18. Jahrhundert." Pp. 142-62 of Verbergen-Ьberschreiben- Page 49 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 ZerreiЯen: Formen der Bьcherzerstцrung in Literatur, Kunst, und Religion. (Allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft: Wuppertaler Schriften, 9.) Berlin: Schmidt, 2007. Haug, Christine. "Geheimbьndische Organisationstrukturen und subversive Distributionssysteme zur Zeit der Franzцsischen Revolution. Die Mitgliedschaft des hessischen Buchhдndlers Johann Christian Konrad Krieger in der 'Deutschen Union.'" Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 7 (1997), 51-74. Haug, Christine. "'Schlimme Bьcher, so im Verborgenen herumgehn, thun mehr schaden, als die im цffentlichen Laden liegen . . .': Literarische Konspiration und Geheimliteratur in Deutschland zur Zeit der Aufklдrung." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 11 (2001/2002), 11-63. [On book destruction.] Haug, Christine, Johannes Frimmel, and Anke Vogel, with the assistance of Theresa Lang and Franz Adam (eds.). Erotisch-pornografische Lesestoffe: Das Geschдft mit Erotik und Pornografie im deutschen Sprachraum vom 18. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart. (Buchwissenschaftliche Beitrдge, 88.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2015. Pp. c. 250; index. [Includes Haug and Frimmel's "Zwischen Moral und Kommerz: Herausbildung, Expansion und Marktstrategien des erotisch pornofrafischen Buchmarkts. Eine Einfьhrung" (1-36); Dorothйe Bores, "Obskure Privatdrucke, limitierte Luxusausgaben und massenwirksame Taschenbuchauflagen: John Clelands Fanny Hill (1749)--Ein Klassiker der erotisch-pornografischen Literatur auf dem deutschsprachigen Buchmarkt" (37-68); Norbert Bachleitner, "Politpornos. Chroniques scandaleuses in den цsterreichischen Katalogen verbotener Bьcher des 18. Jahrhunderts" (69-84); Wilhelm Haefs, "Kein Wiener `Huren-Spiegel' Das Taschenbuch fьr Grabennymphen auf das Jahr 1787 als satirische Inszenlierung" (85-96); Sven Hanuschek, "'Dieses Zapffenfцrmige Stьck Fleisch'--Geschlechterdifferenz in der deutschsprachigen Pornogafie um 1800" (97-112); Hans-Edwin Friedrich, "Aus den Memoiren einer Sдngerin: Anatomie eines pornografischen Klassikers" (113-30); Eberhard Kцstler, "Zдrter noch als Mдdchenwangen / Streichl'ich ein geliebtes Buch . . . `: Zum Verhдltnis zwischen Bibliophilie und Erotik" (131-42); Ulrich Bach, "'Das Formierte der Erotik': Franz Blei und der erotische Buchhandel" (143-58); Murray G. Hall, "Josef und Josefine Mutzenbacher: Oder Recycling der Pornografie" (159-82); Hermann Staub, "Indische Liebeskunst obszцn? Karl Schustek verleger das Kamasutram" (183-206); Anke Vogel, "'Gute Geschдfte oder tote Hose?' Aktuelle Tendenzen im Markt fьr erotische Bьcher" (207-22); and a final essay on Sade.] Haug, Christine, Franziska Mayer, and Winfried Schrцder (eds.). Geheimliteratur und Geheimbuchhandel in Europa im 18. Jahrhundert. (Wolfenbьtteler Schriften zur Geschichte des Buchwesens, 47.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2011. Pp. 300; illustrations (some in color). [On clandestine literature and its distribution. Rev. by Petronela Bulkovб in Studia Bibliograhica Posoniensi (Slovak ejournal from Bratislava),2012 (2012), 251-52; by Franz M. Eybl in Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft fьr Buchforschung in Цsterreich, 2011, no. 2 (2011), 87-89.] Haven, Kornee van der. "'Dat dan de Schouwburg nooit op godsdienst schempe of smaal . . .': De herziene Schouwburgdrukken van 1729 en het verbod op godsdienstig en onbetamelijk toneel in de Amsterdamse Schouwburg." Achttiende Eeuw, 36 (2004), 1-20. Havens, Hillary. "Revisions and Revelations in Frances Burney's Cecilia's Manuscript." SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 55, no. 3 (Summer 2015), 537-58. [The MS of the novels shows that Burney cut and softened passages in response to comments by her family members.] Hayden, Judy A. "Harlequin, the Whigs and William Montfort's Doctor Faustus [1697]." SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 49, no. 3 (Summer 2009), 573-93. Hayes, Julie Candler. "Diderot and the Problem of Authority in the Discours sur la poйsie Page 50 of 116
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Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Herlihy, Kevin (ed.). Propagating the Word of Irish Dissent, 1650-1800. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998. Pp. 137. [Includes David D. Hall's "The Literary Practices of Dissent"; other conference essays treat singing, the use of Irish, Huguenots, Francis Hutcheson, and Baptists.] Hйrou, Josette. "Censure et comйdie en Grande-Bretagne aprиs1737: De Fielding et de Foote au Critic (1779) de Sheridan." Pp. 141-55 of Contraintes et libertйs dans la Grande Bretagne du XVIIIe siиcle. (Langues & Langages, 18.) Edited by Paul-Gabriel Boucй. Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1988. Pp. 193. Herrick, James A. "The English Deists' Argument for Freedom of Expression: Religious Inquiry and the First Amendment." Free Speech Yearbook, 34 (1996), 131-40. Herrick, James A. The Radical Rhetoric of the English Deists: The Discourse of English Skepticism, 1680-1750. Columbia: U. of South Carolina Press, 1997. Pp. ix + 245. [Topics include tolerance, expression, and persecution as well as Thomas Woolston and Peter Annet.] Hesse, Carla. Publishing and Cultural Politics in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1810. (Studies on the History of Society and Culture, 12.) Berkeley: U. of California Press, 1991. Pp. xvi + 296; bibliography; illus.; indices; maps. [Rev. by Gail Bossenga in Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 24 (1994), 541-43; by Jack R. Censer in Libraries and Culture, 28 (1993), 98-99; (fav.) by William Doyle in French Studies, 47 (1993), 467-68; (fav.) by Ann Haugland in the Journal of Communication, 43 (1993), 171-73; by Colin Jones in TLS (13 Nov. 1992), 22; (fav.) by R. Emmet Kennedy, Jr., in American Historical Review, 98 (1993), 178-79; (fav.) by Gwynne Lewis in Social History, 18 (1993), 256-59; (fav.) by Raymond G. McInnis in Library Quarterly, 63 (1993), 210-11; (fav.) by Julian Swann in History, 78 (1993), 523-24.] Hewitt, Regina. "Treason, Sedition, and Reform: The Scottish Trials and Joanna Bailie's Ethwald." Scottish Literary Review, 1 (2009), 1-19. Heydemann, Klaus. "Abwehr schдdlicher Bьcher: Zu Buchhandel und Zensur im Erzstiff Salzburg im 18. Jahrhundert." Pp. 131-60 in Zwischen Aufklдrung und Restauration: Sozialer Wandel in der deutschen Literatur (1700-1848). (Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur, 24.) Edited by Wolfgang Frьhwald and Alberto Martino. Tьbingen: Niemeyer, 1989. Pp. x + 471. [Festschrift for Wolfgang Martens, with bibliography of his publications.] Higgins, Ian. "Censorship, Libel, and Self-Censorship." Pp. 179-98 in Jonathan Swift and the Eighteenth-Century Book. Edited by Paddy Bullard and James McLaverty. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Pp. xii + 291; illustrations; index Higgins, Ian. "Remarks on Cato's Letters." Pp. 127-46 in "Cultures of Whiggism": New Essays on English Literature and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. Edited by David Womersley, with the assistance of Paddy Bullard and Abigail Williams. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2005. Pp. 370; index. Hill, Christopher. Liberty against the Law: Some Seventeenth-Century Controversies. London: Allen Lane; New York: Penguin, 1996. Pp. x + 354; chronology; index. Hill, Christopher. A Turbulent, Seditious, and Factious People: John Bunyan and His Church, 1628-1688. Oxford: Clarendon, 1988. Pp. xxi + 394. [Also published as A Tinker and a Poor Man: John Bunyan and His Church, 1628-1688 by New York: Knopf, 1988. Rev. by John Bossy and by Valentine Cunningham in Bunyan Studies, 2, no. 1 (1990), respectively 73-80 and 67-73; by Frank Engehausen in Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 15, no. 1 (1990), 66-68; by Paul Hammond in Review of English Studies, 41 [issue no. 164] (1990), 564-66; by Malcolm Hardman in Modern Language Review, 85 (1990), 916-17; by John R. Knott in Modern Philology, 88 (1990), 81-83.] Hill, Jacqueline R. "Popery and Protestantism, Civil and Religious Liberty: The Disputed Lessons of Irish History, 1690-1812." Past and Present, 118 (1988), 96-129. Page 52 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Hillerbrand, Hans Joachim. "On Book Burning and Book Burners: Reflections on the Power (and Powerlessness) of Ideas." Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 74 (2006), 593-614. [Covering book burning over time and across lands.] Hinds, Peter. The Horrid Popish Plot: Roger L'Estrange and the Circulation of the Political Discourse in Late Seventeenth-Century London. (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monograph.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Pp. xiv + 457; chronology; illustration.[Besides recounting the major events, Hinds' book examines the development of the Plot through manuscript and print reports and representations (and responses to the opposition's narratives, too). Much attention is given to Roger L'Estrange's efforts to discredit Titus Oates and other claiming there was a plot to poison Charles II. Rev. by Matthew Jenkinson in English Historical Review, 127 (2012), 18284; by Kate Loveman in Parliamentary History, 31 (2012), 262-63; (favorably) by Steven N. Zwicker in Scriblerian, 46, no. 1 (Autumn 2013), 63-65.] Hinds, Peter. "Roger L'Estrange, the Rye House Plot, and the Regulation of Political Discourse in Late Seventeenth-Century London." Library, 7th series, 3 (2002), 3-31. Hinds, Peter. "'A Vast Ill Nature': Roger L'Estrange, Reputation, and the Credibility of Political Discourse in the late Seventeenth Century." Seventeenth Century, 21, no. 2 (2006), 33563. Hines, W. D. (comp.). English Legal History: A Bibliography and Guide to the Literature. New York: Garland, 1990. Pp. 201. Hinks, John. "Networks of Print in Radical Leicester." Leicestershire Historian, 46 (2010), 2126. Hinks, John. "Richard Phillips: Pioneer of Radical Print." Leicestershire Historian, 47 (2011), 22-26. [Phillips' experiences included imprisonment for sedition in 1793.] Hippchen, Christoph. Zwischen Verschwцrung und Verbot: Der Illuminatenorden im Spiegel deutscher Publizistik (1776-1800). Cologne: Bцhlau, 1998. Pp. ix + 187; illus. Hobohm, Hans-Christoph. "Le Roman franзais а l'aube des Lumiиres: Analyse sociale de la production romanesque et de la censure, 1730-1744." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 265 (1989), 1256-59. Hobohm, Hans-Christoph. Roman und Zensur zu Beginn der Moderne: Vermessung eines soziopoetischen Raumes, Paris (1730-1744). (Studien zur historischen Sozialwissenschaft, 19.) Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 1992. Pp. 350; illus. [Revised diss. at U. of Cologne, 1992. Rev. in Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung, 19, no. 4 [no. 70] (1994), 178-79.] Hoff, Dagmar von. "Aspects of Authorship in the Work of Karoline von Gьnderrode." Women in German Yearbook, 11 (1995), 99-112. [Gьnderrode (1780-1806) wrote drama, a field particularly difficult for women to enter; her self-censorship included using pseudonyms and leaving some plays unfinished.] Hoff, Dagmar von. "Kontingenz-Erfahrung in der Romantik: Ausdrucksbegehren und Zensur bei Karoline von Gьnderrode." Pp. 179-97 in Pandaemonium Germanicum (Sгo Paulo), 4 (2000), 179-97. [On self-censorship by theatrical writer Karoline-Friederike Louis Maximiliane von Gьnderrode (1780-1806).] Hoffmann, Frank W. (comp.). Intellectual Freedom and Censorship: An Annotated Bibliography. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1989. Pp. x + 244; indices. [Rev. by Robert C. Small, Jr., in Library Quarterly, 60 (1990), 76-77.] Hoffmann, Peter. "Leipziger Buchmesse und Zensur am Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts." Marginalien, 132 (1993), 82-86. Hogg, Peter C. "Paine's Rights of Man, Swedenborgianism, and Freedom of the Press in Sweden: A Publishing Enigma of 1792." British Library Journal, 19 (1993), 34-43; illus. Hone, Joseph. "A New Portrait of Defoe in the Pillory." Notes and Queries, n.s. 63 [261] (2016), 70-71. Page 53 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Hook, David. "Mr. Boswell's Books and the Inquisitiion." Library, 6th ser., 8 (1986), 265-68. Horgan, Kate. The Politics of Songs in Eighteenth-Century Britain, 1723-1795. (Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution.) New York: Routledge, 2014. Pp. 272; index. [Includes a chapter entitled "Songs and Pikes in Sheffield: The Trial of James Montgomery." Rev. by Paul Douglass in European Romantic Review, 25 (2015), 520-26; by Dianne M. Dugaw in Journal of British Studies, 54 (2015), 732-22.] Horlacher, Stefan, Stefan Glomb, and Lars Heiler (eds.). Taboo and Transgression in British Literature from the Renaissance to the Present. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Pp. vi + 269. [A collection of essay claimed to offer "innovative overview of the interdisciplinary theoretical approaches." Of most relevance are two essays by Jens Martin Gurr's "The Taboo of Revolutionary Thought after 1660 and Strategies of Subversion in Milton's Paradise Lost and Bunyan's The Holy War" and his "Worshipping Cloacina in the Eighteenth Century: Functions of Scatology in Swift, Pope, Gay, and Sterne."] Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz. Rereading Sex:Battles over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: Knopf, 2002. Pp. 528. Horstbшll, Henrik. "Anonymiteten, trykkefriheden og forfatterrollens forandring i 1700-tallets Danmark" (Authorship, anonymity, and the liberty of the press in Denmark in the eighteenth century). Lynchos (2010), 147-60; English summary. Houben, Heinrich Hubert. Verbotene Literature von der klassischen zeit bis zur Gegenwart. 2 vols. Hildesheim: Olms, 1992. Pp. 1432. Houston, Alan. "'A Difference in Opinion is Inevitable': Franklin, Hemphill, and Modern Toleration." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 49, no. 3 (Spring 2016), 329-52; summary [437]. Houswitschka, Christoph. "Circulating Ideas of Democracy: The Legal Culture of the High Treason Trials of 1794." Pp. 105-24 of In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons, and the Space Between. Edited by Monika Fludernik and Greta Olson. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2004. Pp. liv + 292. Houswitschka, Christoph (ed.). Freedom--Treason--Revolution: Uncollected Sources of the Political and Legal Culture of the London Treason Trials (1794). (Britannia Texts in English, 10.) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004. Pp. 251; illus. Howard-Hill, T. H. "Liberty, Speech, and Print in Early Modern England" [review essay]. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 105 (2011), 219-29. Howell, Willian Huntting. "Entering the Lists: The Politics of Ephemera in Eastern Massachusetts, 1774." Early American Studies, 9, no. 1 (2011), 187-217. [On printing and political coercion involving ephemera printed in eastern Massachusetts in 1774.] Hцyng, Peter. Die Sterne, die Zensur und das Vaterland: Geschichte und Theater im spдten 18. Jahrhundert. Kцln: Bцhlau, 2003. Pp. viii + 249. [Rev. by Karin A. Wurst in German Quarterly, 79, no. 3 (2006), 391-92.] Hцyng, Peter. "' . . . und muЯte dem Geist des Zeitalters nahe bleiben': Studie zur Darstellung des Historischen auf dem Theater am Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts." Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Wisconsin, 1994. DAI, 55A, no. 7 (Jan. 1995), 1974. Hume, Robert D. "The Digitized Larpent Collection: And Some Surprising Facts, Problems, and Questions." The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, n.s. 30, no. 2 (October 2016), 1-7. Hume, Robert D. Henry Fielding and the London Theatre, 1728-1737. Oxford: Clarendon, 1988. Pp. xix + 238. [Rev. by Bertrand Goldgar in Scriblerian, 22 (1990), 181-83; by Calhoun Winton in JEGP, 90 (1991), 430-32.] Hume, Robert D. "Jeremy Collier and the Future of the London Theater in 1698." Studies in Philology, 96 (1999), 480-511. Humphrey, Carol Sue. "Greater Distance = Declining Interest: Massachusetts Printers and Page 54 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Protections for a Free Press, 1783-1791." American Journalism, 9, nos. 34 (Summer-Fall 1992), 12-19; rpt. in Communication Abstracts, 21, no. 5 (1998). Hunt, Lynn (ed.). The Invention of Pornography, Obscenity, and the Origins of Modernity, 15001800. New York: Zone Books (distributed through Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), 1993. Pp. 411; illus.; index. [Revised and illustrated papers of a conference on "The Invention of Pornography" held October 1991 at the U. of Pennsylvania, containing Lynn Hunt's "Introduction: Obscenity and the Origins of Modernity, 1500-1800" (9-45); three essays under the heading "Early Political and Cultural Meanings": Paula Findlen's "Humanism, Politics, and Pornography in Renaissance Italy" (49-108); Joan DeJean's "The Politics of Pornography: L'Ecole des Filles" (109-123); and Rachel Weil's "Sometimes a Scepter Is Only a Scepter: Pornography and Politics in Restoration England" (124-53); two essays under the heading "Philosophical and Formal Qualities": Margaret C. Jacob's "The Materialist World of Pornography" (157-202), and Lucienne Frappier-Mazur's "Truth and the Obscene Word in Eighteenth-Century French Pornography" (203-21); and four essays under the heading "Eighteenth-Century Vantage Points": Kathryn Norberg's "The Libertine Whore: Prostitution in French Pornography from Margot to Juliette" (225-52), Randolph Trumbach's "Erotic Fantasy and Male Libertinism in Enlightenment England" (253-82); Wijnand W. Mijnhardt's "Politics and Pornography in the Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Dutch Republic" (283-300), and Lynn Hunt's "Pornography and the French Revolution" (301-39). Rev. (favorably) by Steven C. Dubin in Contemporary Sociology, 24 (1995), 397-99; (with other books) by Susanne Kappeler in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 21 (1995), 215-20; (favorably; with another book) by Stephan K. Schindler in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 29 (1995), 112-14; (favorably) by Arthur K. Steinberg in Library Journal, 118, no. 12 (July 1993), 96; (unfavorably) by Genevieve Stuttaford in Publisher's Weekly, 240, no. 21 (May 24, 1993), 75; (mixed) by Linda G. Zatlin in Journal of Modern History, 67 (1995), 683-85.] Hunter, Ian. "English Blasphemy." Humanity, 4, no. 3 (2013), 403-28. Hunter, J. Paul. "Protesting Fiction, Constructing History." Pp. 298-317 in The Historical Imagination in Early Modern Britain: History, Rhetoric and Fiction, 1500-1800. Ed. by Donald R. Kelley and David Harris Sacks. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1998. [Treats the Puritan opposition to fiction and "feigning." Rev. (fav.) ) in Scriblerian, 33.1 (Autumn 2000), 28.] Huussen, A. H., Jr. "Censuur in stad en ommelanden van Groningen 1594-1795." Jaarboek voor Nederlandse Boekgeschiedenis, 2 (1995), 13-33. Huussen, A. H., Jr. "Freedom of the Press and Censorship in the Netherlands, 1780-1810." Pp. 107-26 in Too Mighty To Be Free: The Censorship and the Press in British and the Netherlands. Edited by A. C. Duke and C. A. Tamse. (Britain and the Netherlands, 9.) Zutphen: De Walburg Press, 1987. Pp. 206. Hyland, P. B. J. "Liberty and Libel: Government and the Press during the Succession Crisis in Britain, 1712-1716." English Historical Review, 101 (1986), 863-88. Hyland, Paul, and Neil Sammells (eds.). Writing and Censorship in Britain. London: Routledge, 1992. Pp. ix + 271; index. [Includes Hyland's "Richard Steele: Scandal and Sedition" (59-80).] Iamartino, Giovanni. "Lexicographers as Censors: Checking Verbal Abuse in Early English Dictionaries." Pp. 168-96 in Enforcing and Eluding Censorship: British and AngloItalian Perspectives. Edited by Giuliana Iamartino. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2014. Pp. xxiii + 243; index. Iamartino, Giuliana (ed.). Enforcing and Eluding Censorship: British and Anglo-Italian Perspectives. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2014. Pp. xxiii + 243; index. [With essays examining Renaissance to Modern periods. Of relevance here are Giuliana Iamartino's introductory essay "The Ways of Censorship: New Trends, New Challenges" Page 55 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 (viii-xxiii; bibliography); Marialuisa Bignami's "John Milton Drowned in Words and Silenced by 18th- and 19th-Century Italian Translations of Paradise Lost" (118-29); and Elisabetta Lonati's "'And Trade is so noble a master': Promoting and Censuring Commerce in 18th-Century British Encyclopedias" (197-216). ] Iliyuyshina, Anastasia. "Banned Books: Censorship in Eighteenth-Century England." M.A. thesis, Westfдlische Wilhelms-Universitдt, Mьnster, 2009. Imbruglia, Girolamo. "Censura e giurisdizionalismo nel secondo Settecento a Napoli: Il Delegato alla Reale Giurisdizione." Pp. 115-47 in La censura nel secolo dei Lumi: Una visione internazionale. Edited by Edoardo Tortarolo. Turin: UTET Libreria, 2011. Imbruglia, Girolamo. "Reflected Images: The Histoire des deux Indes and the Censorship of the Roman Congregation of the Index." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century [commonly "SVEC"], 2003:7 (2003), 175-201. [This volume is edited by Anthony Strugnell.] Infelise, Mario. "'Che di lui non si parli': Inquisizione e memoria di Sarpi a metа `600." Pp. 34968 of Paolo Sarpi: Politique et religion en Europe. (Rencontres, 7.) Edited by Marie Viallon. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2010. Pp. 478. Infelise, Mario. I libri prohibiti: Da Gutenberg all'Encyclopйdie. Rome and Bari: GLF; Laterza, 1999. Pp. 153; chronology; index. [Laterza published a 3rd ed. in 2002, also 153 pp. Rev. by Luigi Balsamo in La Bibliofilнa, 102 (2000), 242-43. The work was translated and published as Libros prohibidos: Una historia de la censura (Buenos Aires: Nueva Vision, 1999, 2004).] Infelise, Mario. I padroni dei libri: Il controllo sulla stampa nella prima etа moderna. (Storia e Societа.) Rome: Laterza, 2014. Pp. 227. [Rev. by Marco Callegari in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 31 (September 2014), 7-8. Ingelhart, Louis E. (comp.). A Descriptive Calendar of Concepts, Interpretations, Events, and Court Actions from 4000 B.C. to the Present. Westport: Greenwood, 1987. Pp. 449. Ingelhart, Louis E. (comp.). Press and Speech Freedom in America, 1619-1995: A Chronology. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997. Pp. xi + 367; indices. [Rev. (favorably) by Don H. Corrigan in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 74 (1997), 654-55.] Ingelhart, Louis E. (comp.). Press and Speech Freedom in the World, from Antiquity until 1998: A Chronology. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998. Pp. viii + 307; indices. Ingrassia, Catherine. "Additional Information about Eliza Haywood's 1749 Arrest for Seditious Libel." Notes and Queries, n.s. 44 [242] (1997), 202-04. Isaac, Peter, and Tanya Schmoller. "Letters from a Newspaperman in Prison." Library, 7th ser., 4 (2003), 150-67. [On "the evidence these letters offer of the workings of a provincial newspaper and printing shop"; the correspondents are James Montgomery (1771-1854), editor of Sheffield's The Iris, and the bookseller John Pye Smith, who ran The Iris while Montgomery was in prison for three months in 1795 and six in 1796, due to anti-Jacobin repression by the government.] Isitt, Larry. "Immorality and Debauchery: George Meriton's Parallel Voice to Jeremy Collier." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 9, no. 1 (Summer 1994), 51-58. [On Meriton, 1634-1711, and his Immorality, Debauchery, and Profaneness Exposed (1698).] Jackson, Kevin. "Carnal to the Point of Scandal': On the Affair of La Religieuse." EighteenthCentury Fiction on Screen. Edited by Robert Mayer. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2002. Pp. xiv + 226. [Focusedon the film made of Diderot's novel.] Jammes, Andrй. "De la destruction des livres." Pp. 813-17 in Le Livre et l'historien. Ed. by Frйdйric Barbier, et al. Geneva: Droz, 1997. Janmart de Brouillant, Lйonce. La Libertй de la presse en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siиcles: Histoire de Pierre du Marteuau, Imprimeur а Cologne. Nabu Press, 2010. Pp. 380. [Reprint of an 1888 edition.] Jarrow, Gail. The Printer's Trial: The Case of John Peter Zenger and the Fight for a Free Press. Page 56 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Honesdale, PA: Calkins Creek, 2006. Pp. 102; index. Jasper, David. "Preserving Freedom and her Friends: A Reading of Coleridge's Watchman (1796)." Yearbook of English Studies, 19 (1989), 208-18. Jaume, Lucien. Le Discours Jacobin et la dйmocratie. Paris: Fayard, 1989. Pp. 508. Jeanneret, Michel. "Les mal-pensants du Grand Siиcle." Revue de la BNF, no. 50 [2015/2] (2015), 6-13. [In an issue entitled "Libertinages," beginning with Michel Delon's introductory essay "Libertinages" (3-5).] Jimйnez, Dolores. "Palabras sucias para hablar de amor: El Lenquaje del Sexo en la narrativa erуtica del siglo XVII francйs." Pp. 45-60 in The Language of Sex: Saying & Not Saying. Edited by Josй Santaemilia. Valencia: Universitat de Valencia, 2005. Johns, Adrian. Nature of the Book: Print and Knowledge in the Making. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1998. Pp. xxi + 753; bibliography [641-707]; illus.; index. [See Chapters 7-8 on Newton's part in the suppression of research by Rev. John Flamsteed. Rev. by Bruce Whiteman in Huntington Library Quarterly, 61 (1998), 549-52.] Johnson, John W. (ed.). Historic U. S. Court Cases, 1690-1990: An Encyclopedia. (Garland Reference Library of Social Science, 497.) New York and London: Garland, 1992. Pp. xxix + 754; indices. [Includes accounts of trials involving freedom of the press: William F. Steirer's "Myth and Reality: The Case of John Peter Zenger: New York v. Zenger (1735)" (527-29); and Mary K. Bonsteel Tauchau's The Sedition Act and the Price of a Free Press: United States v. Callender, 15 Federal Cases 239 (1800)" (530-32). Rev. in American Libraries, 24 (1993), 386; (favorably) by Philip V. Blue in Library Journal, 117, no. 11 (June 15, 1992), 70; (favorably) by F. Oscadel in Choice, 30 (1992), 82; by Jack Ray in American reference books Annual, 24 (1993), 242-43, item 578; (favorably) by James Rettig in the Wilson Library Bulletin, 66, no. 10 (June 1992), 112; (favorably) by Sandy Whiteley in Booklist, 88 (June 1, 1992), 1776.] Johnson, Miles, and A. D. Harvey. "Political Verse in Late Georgian Britain: Poems Referring to William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806)." Electronic British Library Journal (2004), article 5, 41 pp. in PDF. . Johnson, Nancy E. "Fashioning the Legal Subject: Narratives from the London Treason Trials of 1794." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 21 (2009), 413-43. Johnson, Odai. "'God prevent it ever being established': The Campaign against Theatre in Colonial Boston Newspapers." New England Theatre Journal, 10 (1999), 13-25. Jones, Derek (ed.). Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Foreword by Doris Lessing. 4 vols. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001. Pp. 2950; bibliographies; illus.; index. [Includes Jill Maciak's "France: Literary Underground, 18th Century" (863-65). Rev. by Marianne Choldin in Library Quarterly, 73 (2003), 84-86; by Robert Potts in TLS (15 February 2002), 7-8.] Jones, Robert W. "The Cutting of Sir Harry Granger: Scandal and Politics in the Drury Lane Production of Elizabeth Griffith's The Times." Huntington Library Quarterly, 75 (2012), 393-410; English summary. [On extensive revisions before and after first production of The Times (1779), including Drury Lane's cutting the character of Sir Harry.] Jongenelen, Ton. "Bevochten vrijheid: Nederlandse letterkunde in een historische context." Spiegel der Letteren: Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Literatuurgeschiedenis en voor Literatuurwetenschap, 46, no. 3-4 (2004), 381-91; summary in English. Jongenelen, Ton. Van Smaad tot eger: Amsterdamse boekverboden, 1747-1794. Amsterdam: Stichting Jacob Campo Weyerman, 1998. Pp. xxviii + 87; illus. [Rev. by R. Breugelmans in Quaerendo, 30 (2000), 167.] Joubert, Bernard. Dictionnaire des livres et journaux interdits. Paris: Йditions du Cercle de la Librairie, 2007. Pp. 1218. Jung, Frank. "Zensur, Buchmarkt und цffentliche Meinung im Grossherzogtum Toskana wдhrend des 18. Jahrhundert." Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Page 57 of 116
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Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 History, 33 (2014), 73-96. Kelly, James. "Recording the Irish Parliament." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 15 (2000), 158-71. [Review essay of The Parliamentary Register of Ireland--History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons of Ireland, with a new intro. by W. J. McCormack (Bristol: Thoemmes, 1999), 17 vols., discussing the newspapers' care to circumvent prosecution for reporting debates.] Kelly, James. "Regulating Print: The State and the Control of Print in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 23 (2008), 142-74. Kelly, Patrick. "William Molyneux and Late Eighteenth-Century Irish Politics." EighteenthCentury Ireland / Iris an dб chultъr, 3 (1988), 133-48. Kemp, Geoff (ed.). Censorship Moments: Reading Texts in the History of Censorship and Freedom of Expression. London: Bloomsbury, 2015. Pp. 224; 3 illustrations. [An anthology of responses to censorship from Socrates to Salman Rusdie (with comments).] Kemp, Geoff. "The `End of Censorship' and the Politics of Toleration, from Locke to Sacheverell." Parliamentary History, 31 (2012), 47-68. Kemp, Geoff, and Jason McElligott (general eds.). Censorship and the Press, 1580-1720. 4 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009. [An anthology. Vol. 1: 1557-1579 was edited by Cyndia Susan Clegg; 2: 1580-1659 by McElligott; 3: 1660-1695, by Kemp; and 4: 16961720 by Mark Goldie and Kemp. Vol. 1 contains abbreviations, an introduction to the whole, and a note on the texts (they are partly modernized). Rev. (with another book, in a review essay "Liberty, Speech, and Print in Early Modern England") by T. H. HowardHill in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 105 (2011), 219-29.] Kenny, Colum. "The Exclusion of Catholics from the Legal Profession in Ireland, 1537-1829." Irish Historical Studies, 25 (1987), 337-57. Kermol, Enzo. La rete di Vulcano: Inquisizione libri proibiti e libertine nel Friuli del Seicento. (Collana di studi storici.) Trieste: Universitа degli Studi di Trieste, 1990. Pp. 160. Kerry, Paul E. Enlightenment Thought in the Writings of Goethe: A Contribution to the History of Ideas. Rochester, NY: Camden House; Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2001. Pp. xi + 243; bibliography; index. [Rev. by Michael Ritterson in East-Central Intelligencer, 16, no. 3 (Sept. 2002), 14-16.] Keymer, Thomas. "Defoe's Ears: The Dunciad, the Pillory, and Seditious Libel." EighteenthCentury Novel, 6-7 (2009), 159-96. Keymer, Thomas. "Fielding's Theatrical Career." Pp. 17-37 in Cambridge Companion to Henry Fielding. Ed. by Claude Rawson. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2007. Pp. xv + 202. Keymer, Thomas. "Obscenity and the Erotics of Fiction." 131-46 in The Cambridge History of the English Novel. Edited by Robert L. Caserio and Clement Hawes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. Pp. xiv + 944. Kilroy, Phil. Protestant Dissent and Controversy in Ireland, 1660-1714. Cork: Cork U. Press, 1994. Pp. x + 300. [Rev. by James Kelly in Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dб chultъr, 9 (1994), 154-55.] Kim, Sung Chel. "Censorship, Freedom and the Art of Writing: A Hermeneutical Reconstruction of Schleirmacher's `Speeches.'" Ph.D. dissertation, Drew U., 2000. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61A, no. 10 (April 2021), 4047. [On Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleirmacher, author of Ьber die Religion (1799).] King, Sigrid Marika. "'Vertue Vanish'd': Censorship of Early English Women Dramatists." Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1994. DAI, 55A, no. 11 (May 1995), 3521. Kingsley, Margery Anne. "The English Jeremiad: A History of Transgression, 1660-1740." Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA, 1994. DAI, 55A, no. 8 (Feb. 1995), 2405. Kinservik, Matthew J. "Censorship and Generic Change: The Case of Satire on the Early Eighteenth-Century London Stage." Philological Quarterly, 78 (1999), 259-82. Kinservik, Matthew J. "The Censorship of Samuel Foote's The Minor (1760): Stage Controversy Page 59 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 in the Mid-Eighteenth Century." Studies in the Literary Imagination, 32, no. 2 (Fall 1999), 89-104. Kinservik, Matthew J. "Censorship, Sodomy, and Satire in Samuel Foote's The Capuchin (1776)." Review of English Studies, 54 (2003), 639-60. Kinservik, Matthew J. Disciplining Satire: The Censorship of Satiric Comedy on the EighteenthCentury London Stage. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell U. Press, 2002. Pp. 301; illus.; index. [Rev. by Paula Byrne in TLS (22 Nov. 2002), 3-4; (with other books) by J. Douglas Canfield in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36 (2003), 423-28; by Cynthia L. Caywood in College Literature, 31 (2004), 191-93; (with reservations) by Nora F. Crow in Scriblerian, 35 (2002-2003), 51-52; Phyllis Dircks in Theatre Survey, 44 (2003), 307-09; by Angela Escott in Modern Language Review, 99 (2004), 469-70; Barbara Mackey in Theatre Journal, 56 (2004), 136-38; by Chris Sweeney in Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 18, 2 (2003), 46-47; by (fav.) Calhoun Winton in East-Central Intelligencer, 16, no. 3 (2002), 12-13.] Kinservik, Matthew J. "New Light on the Censorship of Macklin's The Man of the World." Huntington Library Quarterly, 62 (1999), 43-66.] Kinservik, Matthew J. "John Rich, Theatrical Regulation, and the Dilemma of the Commercial Stage." Pp. 75-84 in The Stage's Glory: John Rich (1692-1761). Edited by Berta Joncus and Jeremy Barlow. Newark: University of Delaware, 2011. Kinservik, Matthew J. "New Light on the Censorship of Macklin's The Man of the World." Huntington Library Quarterly, 62 (1999), 43-66. Kinservik, Matthew J. "Reconsidering Theatrical Regulation in the Long Eighteenth Century." Players, Playwrights, Playhouses: Investigating Performance, 1600-1800. (Redefining British Theatre History.) Ed. by Michael Cordner. New York: Palgrave, 2007. Pp. 300. Kinservik, Matthew J. "Satire, Censorship, and Sodomy in Samuel Foote's The Capuchin (1776)." Review of English Studies, 54 (2003), 639-60. Kinservik, Matthew J. Sex, Scandal, and Celebrity in Late Eighteenth-Century England. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. Pp. 272. [Includes a treatment of the sodomy charges against author Samuel Foote (1720-77), leading to trial and acquittal.] Kinservik, Matthew J. "Theatrical Regulation during the Restoration Period." Pp. 36-52 in A Companion to Restoration Drama. Ed. by Susan Owen. Oxford: Blackwell, 2001. Kirsop, Wallace. "'. . . trop bien йcrit pour ne pas pouvoir йgarer': A Note on Russian Censorship of Foreign Books under Alexander I." Australian Journal of French Studies, 30 (1993), 384-90. Kirsop, Wallace, and Richard Overell. Censors and Censorship in Enlightenment France: An Exhibition of Material from the Monash University Library Rare Book Collection 3 September-14 October 1996. Introduction and text by Kirsop; bibliographical descriptions by Richard Overell. Clayton, Victoria: Monash U. Library, 1996. Pp. 16; illus. Kittredge, Katharine (ed.). Lewd and Notorious: Female Transgression in the Eighteenth Century. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2003. Pp. ix + 329; illus.; index. [Includes Elizabeth Hunt's "A Carnival of Mirrors: The Grotesque Body of the Eighteenth-Century British Masquerade" (91-111); and Cindy McCreery's "Lustful Widows and Old Maids in Late Eighteenth-Century English Caricature" (112-32). Rev. by Susan C. Greenfield in Age of Johnson, 15 (2004), 463-67.] Klein, S. R. E. Patriots republikanisme: Politieke cultuur in Nederland (1766-1787). Amsterdam: Amsterdam U. Press, 1996. [Contains Klein's "De Republiek op drift: Pers, partijvorming en publieke opinie" (on press freedom and the Patriot movement).] Kluger, Richard. Indelible Ink: The Trial of John Peter Zenger and the Birth of America's Free Press. New York: Norton, 2016. Pp. xxi + 346. Knights, Mark. The Devil in Disguise: Deception, Delusion, and Fanaticism in the Early English Page 60 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Enlightenment. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2011. Pp. xxi + 279; chronology; glossary; illus.; index; list of characters. [Treats the trial of Spencer Compton, the battles of Whigs and Tories, the Sacheverell conflict, censorship, and witch hunts (including that of Jane Wenham). Rev. by Jeffrey Collins in Journal of Modern History, 85, no. 1 (2013), 173-75.] Knoppers, Laura Lunger. "'Revell like Belshazzar': Censorship, Biblical Allusion, and Milton's 1671 Poems." Milton Studies, 48 (2008), 113-34. Knudson, Jerry W. Jefferson and the Press: Crucible of Liberty. Columbia: U. of South Carolina Press, 2006. Pp. xvii + 221; index. [Rev. (fav.) by Jack Fruchtman, Jr., in EighteenthCentury Intelligencer, n.s. 22, no. 1 (Jan. 2008), 31-32.] Koeninger, Frieda. "El negro y la blanca: La censura de una obra abolucionista en Madrid y Mйxico." Dieciocho, 37 (2014), 123-38. Koeninger, Frieda. "Pope-Bashing by Papists? A Curious Censoring of Alexander Pope's Letters by the Mexican Inquisition." Eighteenth-Century Life, n.s. 26, no. 2 (Spring 2002), 4552. Kokay, Gyцrgy. "Egy II. Jуzsef ellen нrt kцnyv betiltбsбnak tцrtйnete (1784)." [A Hungarianlanguage book (1784) prohibited by the decree of Joseph II.] Magyar Kцnyvszemle, 110 (1994), 423-25. Kolbrener, William D. "Jacobite and High Church Appropriations." Pp. 99-111 of Milton, Rights, and Liberties. Edited by Christophe Tournu and Neil Forsyth. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007. Pp. xiv + 533. Kollбrovб, Ivona. Cenzъra knнh v tereziбnskej epoche. [The Censorship of Books during the Reign of Maria Theresa.] Bratislava: Slovenskб akadйmia vied, Ustrednб kniznica SAV, 1999. Pp. 132. Komza, Malgorzata. "Freedom of Pictorial Representations in Books." Knygotyra (Vilnius), 44 (2005), 239-51. [Involves period after the 18C.] Koopmans, Joop W. "Om de lieve vrede? Buitenlandse invloeden op de Nederlandse censuur in de achttiende eeuw." Jaarboek voor Nederlandse Boekgeschiendenis, 11 (2004), 83-97. [On censorship in the history of books and publishing.] Kord, Susanne. "The Curtain Never Rises: Femininity and Theater Censorship in Eighteenthand Nineteenth-Century Germany." German Quarterly, 70 (1997), 358-75. Kцrte, Mona. Essbare Lettern, brennendes Buch: Schriftvernichtung in der Literatur der Neuzeit. Munich: W. Fink, 2012. Pp. 319. [Rev. by Sabine Gross in a review essay ("Matters of Reading, Shapes of Writing: Material Form and Social Practice") in German Studies Review, 36 (2013), 147-61.] Kortlдnder, Bernd, and Enno Stahl (ed.). Zensur im 19. Jahrhundert: Das literarische Leben aus Sicht seiner Ьberwacher. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 2012. Pp. 267; illus. [The book contains essays on "Funktionen de Zensur": Kaspar Maase, "Militдreinsatz gegen `Schmutz und Schund': Zensur und kulturelle Regulierung populдrer Lektьre im Ersten Weltkrieg"; and Bodo Plachta, "'Zahnlьcken der Zeit': Zur Sichtbarkeit von Zensur"; also on Fallbeispiele," such as Christian Liedtke's "Brief und Siegel: Zensurdokumente aus dem Archiv des Heinrich-Heine-Instituts"; and sections on the processes and infrastructure of censorship, the latter including James M. Brophy's "Preussische Zensur und deutsche Verleger im Vormдrz: Der Fall Heinrich Hoff." Rev. by Andrew G. Bonnell in German Quarterly, 85, no. 4 (Fall 2012), 480-81; by Jeffrey L. Sammons in Monatshefte, 104 (2012), 439-40.] Kortum, Christa. "Verbotene Schriften in Sachsen zwischen Franzцsischer Revolution und Wiener KongreЯ. 1. Teil." Studien zum Buch- und Bibliothekswesen, 8 (1993), 68-94. Krakovitch, Odile, with the collaboration of Jean-Dominique Mellot and Elisabeth Queval. Les Imprimeurs parisiens sous Napolйon Ier: Йdition critique de l'enquкte de dйcembre 1810: Censure, rйpression et rйorganisation du livre sous le Premier Empire. Paris: Page 61 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Paris-Musйes, 2008. Pp. 242; bibliography; illustrations; index. [On printers, publishers, and censorship. Rev. by Frйdйric Barbier in Histoire et civilisation, 5 (2009), 410-12.] Krefting, Ellen, Anna Noding, and Mona Rigvej (eds.). Eighteenth-Century Periodicals as Agents of Change: Perspectives on Northern Enlightent. Leiden: Brill, 2015. Pp. 346; bibliography; illustrations; index. [The following essays concern press freedom and censorship: Edoardo Tortarolo, "Big Theories and Humble Realities: Censorship and Public Opinion in the Eighteenth Century"; Jakob Malikis, "'To rule is to communicate': The Absolutist System of Political Communication in Denmark-Norway, 1660-1750"; Ellen Krefting, "The Urge to Write: Journalists Negotiating Freedom of the Press in Denmark-Norway"; Kjell Lars Berge, "Developing a New Political Text Culture in Denmark-Norway, 1770-1799"; Hilde Sandvik, "How to Criticize Governmental Policy without Freedom of the Press in Late Eighteenth-Century Denmark-Norway"; Dag Michalsen, "Legislators, Journals, and the Public Legal Sphere in Scandinavia around 1800."] Krйmer, Jean-Pierre, and Alain Pozzuoli. Dictionnaire de la censure. Paris: Scali, 2007. Pp. 556. Krysmanski, Bernd W. Hogarth's Hidden Parts: Satiric Allusion, Erotic Wit, Blasphemous Bawdiness and Dark Humour in Eighteenth-Century English Art. Hildesheim: George Olms Verlag, 2010. Pp. xxix + 514; 304 illustrations; index. [Offers a biographical portrait challenging the "established view that William Hogarth (1697-1764) was chiefly a social moralist who charitably took care of foundling children and produced serialised pictorial satires for ethical guidance." Krysmanski rightly calls his own book "provocative." Krysmanski's Hogarth is "self-complacent, an opportunistic and hugely immoral English artist who disguised an unsavoury predilection for cruelty, malignity, wayward perversity and promiscuity . . . a spiteful joker" who loved "sexual double entendre" and "indulged in dark humour" and blasphemous attacks on high religious art. He is a "vicious, impious rake" who dies of "syphilitic aortitis." This study has been much praised for its erudition, its exhaustive reach into Hogarth scholarship. Rev. by Kate Grandjouan in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 35 (2012), 335-36; in a review essay ("Indexing the Indecorous in the Life and Works of William Hogarth") by Katherine Mannheimer in Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 54 (2013), 559-64; (favorably, though finding the case that Hogarth was a pedaphile empty) by Sean Shesgreen in Scriblerian, 45, no. 2 (Spring 2013), 260-62.] Krom, Tycho, and Djoeke van Netten. "Geheymenissen en secreten: Denkbeelden over geheimhouding in Nederlandse pamfletten uit 1672." Jaarboek voor Nederlandse Boekgeschiedenis, 23 (2016). La Mantia, Benito, and Gabriella Cucca. Libri Proibiti: Quattro secoli di censura cattolica. (Eretica.) Viterbo: Stampa Alternative; Nuovi Equilibrii, 2007. Pp. 264. Lachenicht, Susanne. Information und Propaganda: Die Presse deutscher Jakobiner im Elsass (1791-1800). (Ancien rйgime, Aufklдrung und Revolution, 37.) Munich: R. Oldenbourg, 2004. Pp. 543; illus.; index. [Revision of Ph.D. thesis.] Lжrke, Mogens (ed.). The Use of Censorship in the Enlightenment. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History.) Leiden: Brill, 2009. Pp. x + 204; bibliography. [Essays treat John Bayle, the Encyclopedists, Leibniz, John Toland, and others. Rev. by Robert H. Blackman in Seventeenth-Century News, 69, nos. 1-2 (2011).] Lafarga, Francisco. Voltaire en Espagne, 1734-1835. (SVEC, 261.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1989. Pp. vii + 251; bibliography [See the chapter "Voltaire et la censure espagnole."] Lafond, Pierrette. "Lire et laisser une trace: Ex-libris, lectures interdites et collections particuliиres." Conserveries Mйmorielles, 5 (2008), 81-106. [On indexed books in the library of the Seminaire de Quйbec.] Lajeunesse, Marcel. "Public libraries Reading in Quebec: A History of Censorship Freedom." Page 62 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Library and Information History, 28 (2012), 26-40; abstract. Lander, Jesse M. Inventing Polemic: Religion, Print, and Literary Culture in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2006. Pp. x + 324; illustrations; index. [Rev. by Lois Anne Ferrell in Journal of British Studies, 46 (2007), 945-47; by Robert Hamm, Jr., in Textual Cultures, 2, no. 1 (Spring 2007), 159-61; by Maria Teresa M. Prendergast in Renaissance Quarterly, 61 (2008), 663-64; by Alison Shell in Library, 7th ser., 9 (2008), 99-101.] Landi, Sandro. Il governo delle opinioni: Censura e formazione del consenso nella Toscana del Settecento. Bologna: Il Mulino, 2000. Pp. 384. [Rev. by Domenico Maria Bruni in Archivio: Storico italiano, no. 160 (2002), 398-400.] Landi, Sandro. "I regimi della censura nella Toscana del Settecento." Pp. 95-113 in La censura nel secolo dei Lumi: Una visione internazionale. Edited by Edoardo Tortarolo. Turin: UTET Libreria, 2011. Landi, Sandro. Stampa, censura e opinione pubblica in etа moderna. Bologna: Il Mulino, 2011. Pp. 160. [Rev. by Federico Olmi in TECA: Testimonianze Editoria Cultura Arte, 2012, no. 2 (2012), 152-55.] Lбng, Benedek. Az emberek titkai: A kora ъjkori magyarorszбgi rejtjelezйs tбrsadalomtцrtйnek kutatбsi lehetosйg" [People's Secrets: Possible Avenues for Research in the Social History of Cryptography in Early Modern Hungary]. Korall: Tбrsadalomtцrtйneti Folyуirat, no. 43 (2011), 174-89. Lange, David. No Law: Intellectual Property in the Image of an Absolute First Amendment. Stanford: Stanford Law Books, 2009. Pp. xv + 435; index. [Treats the history of both intellectual property and freedom speech (includes a chapter "The Sedition Act of 1798 and the First First Amendment Crisis").] Lange, Horst. "Goethe's Strategy of Self-Censorship: The Case of the Venezianische Epigramme." Monatshefte fьr Deutschsprachige Literature und Kultur, 91, no. 2 (1992), 224-40. Langille, E. M. "'Le Roi des Bulgares': Was Voltaire's Satire on Frederick the Great just too Subtle?" In An American Voltaire: Essays in Memory of J. Patrick Lee. Edited by E. Joe Johnson and Byron Wells. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. Pp. xii + 337; index. Langlois, Claude. "Propagande royaliste et censure aprиs Thermidor: Le dossier Bouillon-Vйritй (1794-1814)." Pp. 163-71 in Saint-Denis ou le Jugement dernier des rois: Actes du colloque organisй par l'Universitй Paris VIII, l'Institut d'histoire de la Rйvolution franзaise (Universitй Paris I) et la Comitй du Bicentenaire de la Rйvolution а Saint Denis du 2 au 4 fйvrier 1989. Preface by Patrick Barouezec. Saint-Denis: Editions PSD, 1993. Pp. 465; index. Lankhorst, Otto S. "Jean-Baptiste le Villain de La Varenne, journaliste du Glaneur et sa requкte de 1732 pour rentrer en France." Lias, 20 (1993), 251-68. [Texts of Jean-Baptiste le Villain de La Varenne's correspondence with Gabriel-Jacques de Salignac.] Lapied, Martine. "Le Rфle des Comitйs du Sud-Est." Annales historiques de la Rйvolution Franзaise, 74 (2002), 29-39. Lapraz-Severino. Franзoise. "Conserver ou censurer: Les Choix d'un traducteur franзais de Jonathan Swift au dix-neuviиme siиcle." Cycnos, 16 (1999), 197-210. Lapuente, Felipe A. "Anonimia y seudonimia en el Siglo de Oro: La censura inquitorial y los pliegos sueltos." Pp. 363-67 in Estudios en homenaje a Enrique Ruiz-Fomells. Edited by Juan Fernбndez, et al. Erie, PA: Asociaciуn de Licenciado & Doctores Espaсoles en Estados Unidos, 1990. Larriba, Elisabel. "Inquisiciуn y prensa periуdica en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 77-92; summary Larriba, Elisabel, and Fernando Durбn Lуpez (eds.). El nacimiento de la libertad de imprenta: Page 63 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Antecedentes, promulgaciуn y consecuencias del Decreto de 10 de noviembre de 1810. Madrid: Sнlex, 2012. Pp. 428; bibliographies; index. [Papers from a 2010 conference, some of whose topics are analyzed in detail within the contents table, each essay with a bibliography. The volume contains a short preface by the editors and then eighteen essays by different contributors, organized into three sections: "Censura y sueсos de libertad en el siglo `que llaman ilustrado'" (19-150); "Una libertad de imprenta sin ley (1808-1810)" (151-230); and "Debate, applicaciуn y recepciуn del Decreto de 1810" (220-414). The contributors and their essays are: Elisabel Larriba, "Las apiraciones a la libertad de imprenta en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII" (19-42); Inmaculada Urzainqui, "Libertad de imprenta y prensa crнtica a fines del siglo XVIII," treating such titles as El Censor, El Corresponsa del Censor, El Archador, El Observador, and El Duende de Madrid (43-78); Esteban Conde Naranjo, "El Consejo de Castillo y la libertad de imprenta" (79-96); Eva Velasco Moreno, "A vueltas con la censura: La libertad de impenta en la teorнa acadйmica sobre la censura" (97-118); JeanPierre Clйment, "La vigilia del gobernane, o el apremio a la prensa en la Amйrica Fspaсola preindependente" (119-150); Gйrard Dufour, "Los afrancesados y la libertad de imprenta" (153-64); Marнa Cruz Seoane, "Una liberetad sin marco legal (1808-1810)" (165-80); Manuel Moreno Alonso, "La libertad de imprenta ante Blanco White y sus amigos" (181-98); Beatriz Sбnchez Hita, "Periуdicos y licencias de impresiуn antes del Decreto de 10 de Noviembre de 1810," treating many newspapers in Cбdiz, such as El Diario Mercantil, El Observador, El Conciso, Tertulia Patriуtica de Cбdiz, El Inexorable o el Buen Patriota, and Gazeta de la Regencia de Espaсa e Indias (199-228); Fernando Durбn Lуpez, "La crнtica periodнstica del debate sobre la ley de libertad de imprenta (septiembre a diciembre de 1810)" (231-66); Gregorio Alonson, "Ciudadanн catуlica, pensamiento absolutista y libertad de imprenta en las Cortes de Cбdiz" (267-82); Daniel Muсуz Sempere, "La libertad de imprenta y la aboliciуn de la Inquisiciуn" (283-94); Emilio La Parna Lуpez, "Libertad de imprenta y reforma de la iglesia catуlica," treating censorshp (295-306); Alberto Romero Ferrer, "El Diccionario Crнtico-Burlesco de Gallardo y la Polйmica de la ley de imprenta" (307-24); Fernando Martнnez Pйrez, "Juntas de censura y jurado: La aplicaciуn peninsular de la normativa de libertad polнtica de imprenta (1810-1823)" (325-44); Marieta Cantos Casenave, "Las mujeres y la libertad de imprenta en tiempos de las Cortes de Cбdiz" (345-62); Elнas Durбn de Porras, "'El pueblo no sabe nada de leyes, salvo obedecerlas': Una visiуn de la libertad de prensa espaсola desde Inglaterra" (363-90); and Alberto Gil Novales, "Epilogo: La libertad de imprenta entre dos revolucciones de Cбdiz al Trienio" (391-414).] Lasowski, Patrick Wald. "Carnet et caresses." Revue de la BNF, no. 50 (2015/2) (2015), 20-37 [Treats Casanova and Diderot among others. In an issue entitled "Libertinages," beginning with Michel Delon's introductory essay "Libertinages" (3-5).] Lauriol, Claude. "Protestantisme, anonymat et clandestinitй en France au XVIIIe siиcle." Lettre Clandestine, 8 (1999), 103-11. Lauriol, Claude. "Le Siиcle de Louis XIV et le dйbat sur la tolйrance civile des protestants." SVEC, 2006: 10 (2006), 315-26. [In an issue entitled "Voltaire et le Grand Siиcle," edited by Jean Dagen and Anne-Sophie Barrocovecchie, pp. xxii + 441; index.] Laursen, John Christian. "La censura nei Paesi scandinavi, 1750-1890 ca.: Diritti, teorie e pratiche in mutamento." Pp. 205-24 in La censura nel secolo dei Lumi: Una visione internazionale. Edited by Edoardo Tortarolo. Turin: UTET Libreria, 2011. Laursen, John Christian. "David Hume and the Danish Debate about Freedom of the Press in the 1770s." Journal of the History of Ideas, 59 (1998), 167-72. Laursen, John Christian. "Voltaire, Christian VII of Denmark, and the Freedom of the Press." Pp. 331-48 of Correspondence and Epistolary Form; La Fкte; Science and Medicine; Voltaire. (SVEC, 2002: 06.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2002. Page 64 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Laursen, John C[hristian]., and Cary J. Nederman (eds.). Beyond the Persecuting Society: Religious Toleration before the Enlightenment. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1998. Pp. vi + 288; index. [Includes Laursen's "'Religion sets the world at odds': Deism and the Climate of Religious Tolerance in the Works of Aphra Behn," and a discussion by Richard Popkin of religious toleration in Massachusetts.] Laursen, John Christian, and Johan van der Zande (eds.). Early French and German Defenses of Freedom of the Press: Elie Luzac's Essay on Freedom of Expression (1749) and Carl Friedrich Bahrdt's On Freedom of the Press and Its Limits (1787) in English Translation. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, 113.) Leiden: Brill, 2003. Pp. viii + 184; index. [Luzac's essay, the first European defense of free expression based on natural law, is translated by John Paul McDonald; it has an introduction by Wyger R. E. Velema. Bahrdt's essay, employing natural law and other arguments, is translated by the editors. Rev. (fav.) by Kimberly Garmoe on H-Net ().] Lavandier, Jean-Pierre. "La Censure du livre en Autriche, 1740-1792: Exposй synoptique sur les Lois de censure et les catalogues de livres prohibйs." Lettre Clandestine, 7 (1998), 25987. [This article is tangential to Lavandier's 1985 dissertation on the laws and catalogues.] Lavandier, Jean-Pierre. "Indices der verbotenen Bьcher in Цsterreich 1754-1792." Pp. 921-32 in Verdrдngter Humanismus, verdrдngte Aufklдrung. Vol. 1: Osterreichische Philosophie zur Zeit der Revolution und Restauration, 1750-1820. Ed. by Michael Benedikt. Vienna: Turia, 1992. Lavandier, Jean-Pierre. Le Livre au temps de Joseph II et de Leopold II: Code des lois de censure du livre pour les pays austro-bohйmiens (1780-1792): Precede d'un compendium sur l'histoire du concept de censure dans le temps. (Histoire de la pensйe littйraire viennoise, 2.) Bern: Peter Lang, 1995. Pp. 365. [Examines and summarizes Austrian censorship laws. Rev. (with Lavandier's Le livre au temps de Marie-Thйrиse {1993}) by Norbert Bachleitner in Jahrbuch fьr internationale Germanistik, 28 (1996), 157-60; by Claude Michaud in Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 28 (1996), 632.] Lavandier, Jean-Pierre. Le Livre au temps de Marie-Thйrиse: Code des lois de censure du livre pour les pays Austro-Bohemiens (1740-1780): Prйcйdй d'un compendium sur l'histoire du concept de censure dans le temps. (Histoire de la pensйe littйraire viennoise, 1.) Bern: Peter Lang, 1993. Pp. 162; illus. [Rev. by Albert Labarre in Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, 88-89 (1995), 441-42.] Lavin, Michael Edward. "Censorship, Academic Freedom, and Literary Study in the Tuscany of the Last Medici, 1670-1737." Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Toronto, 1996. Dissertation Abstracts International, 56A, no. 12 (June 1996), 4797. Laycock, Douglas. Religious Liberty. Vol. 1: Overviews and History. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2010. Pp. 888. Le Ray, Eric, and Jean-Paul Lafrance (eds.). La Bataille de l'imprimй б l'иre du papier electronique. Montreal: Presses de l'Universitй de Montreal, 2008. Pp. 264. [Rev. by Gilles Gallichan in Histoire et civilisation du livre, 5 (2009), 402-03.] Lecercle, Franзois. "An Elusive Controversy: The Beginnings of Polemics against the Stage in France." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 29, no. 1 (Summer 2014), 17-34; summary [141]. [In a special issue on anti-theatricalism, edited by Logan Connors, beginning with his introduction "The Theater's Many Enemies" (29.1: 5-16).] Lecercle, Franзois. "Jeux avec la censure: Moliиre et la stratйgie de l'obscиne." Pp. 157-84 of La Libertй de pensйe. (Licorne, 61.) Edited by Franзois Lecercle. Poitiers: UFR Langues Littйratures, U. de Poitiers, 2002. Pp. 255. Leemans, Inger. "'Arousing Discontent': Dutch Pornographic Plays, 1670-1800." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, 12, no. 2 (Spring 2012), 117-32. Leeper, Roy V. "Strange Bedfellows: John Milton and Karl Marx on Censorship." Free Speech Page 65 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Yearbook, 34 (1996), 24-40. Leffler, Phyllis K. "French Histories and the Challenge to Louis XIV's Absolutism." French Historical Studies, 14, no. 1 (1985), 1-22. Legman, G. "Erotic Folksongs and Ballads: An International Bibliography." Journal of American Folklore, 103 [no. 410] (1990), 417-501. Legman, G. "'Unprintable' Folklore? The Vance Randloph Collection." Journal of American Folklore, 103 [no. 409] (1990), 259-300. Lehman, Forrest K. "'Seditious Libel' on Trial, Political Dissent on the Record: An Account of the Trial of Thomas Cooper as Campaign Literature." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 132 (2008), 117-39. Lehner, Ulrich L. "Against the Consensus of the Fathers? The Conundrums of Catholic Biblical Scholarship in the Eighteenth Century." Pro Ecclesia, 12 (2013), 189-221. Lehner, Ulrich L. Enlightened Monks: The German Benedictines, 1740-1803. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Pp. 288; bibliography; 1 map. On the social, cultural and theological challenges faced by the order. Chapter five is entitled "The Challenge of New Modes of Communication.". Rev. by Johannes Frimmel in Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert und Цsterreich, 27 (2012).] Lehner, Ulrich L. "How Enlightened Can a Monk Be? The Attempts of the German Benedictines to Reform Monastery and Church." Journal of Religious History, 37 (2013), 64-79. censor Lehner, Ulrich L. "Johann Nikolaus von Hontheim and his Febronius: A Bishop and his Censored Ecclesiology." Church History and Religious Culture, 88 (2008), 93-121. Leуn Navarro, Vincente. "Entre la carne y el espiritu: El clero solicitante valenciano (siglos XVIII-XIX)." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 347-78. Leonard, Sarah L. Fragile Minds and Vulnerable Souls: The Matter of Obscenity in NineteenthCentury Germany. (Material Texts.) Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2014. Pp. c. 280; bibliography; index. [The first chapter on the origin of obscenity laws reaches back to 1788.] Levack, Brian P. "The Decline and End of Witchcraft Prosecutions." Pp. 1-93 of The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 1999. Levine, Alan (ed.). Early Modern Skepticism and the Origins of Toleration. Lanham: Lexington, 1999. Pp. vi + 282. [Includes Nathan Tarcov's "John Locke and the Foundations of Toleration"; Kenneth R. Weinstein's "Pierre Bayle's Atheist Politics"; and Patrick Riley's "Tolerant Skepticism of Voltaire and Diderot."] Levitt, Marcus C. "The Illegal Staging of Sumarokov's Sinav i Truvor in 1770 and the Problem of Authorial Status in Eighteenth-Century Russia." Slavic and East European Journal, 43, no. 2 (Summer 1999), 299-323. [Re: Aleksandr Petrovich Sumarokov, 1717-1777.] Levy, Leonard W. Emergence of a Free Press. Rev. ed. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1985. Pp. xxii + 383; bibliography [351-72]; index. [First published as Legacy of Suppression in 1960.] Libertinage and Modernity. Special issue of Yale French Studies, no. 94 (1998). c. 220 pp. [Includes Jean-Marie Goulemot's "Toward a Definition of Libertine Fiction and Pornographic Novels" (133-45), as well as definitions of libertinage (by Philippe Sollers), and its relations to the libertine movement (by Thomas M. Kavanagh) and to feminism (by Nancy K. Miller).] Liesenfeld, Vincent J. The Licensing Act of 1737. Madison: U. of Wisconsin Press, 1984. Pp. 259. [Rev. by Robert Hume in Modern Philology, 83 (1986), 313-16; (favorably) by Hugh Amory in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 19, no. 3 (Summer 1986), 443-45.] "The Licensing Act of 1737." Pp. 344-47 in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Dramatists: Second Series. (DLB, 84.) Ed. by Paula R. Backscheider. Detroit: Gale, 1989. Lindon, John. "La `denunzia' di Antonio Conti per ateismo." Pp. 45-70 of Antonio Conti: Uno Page 66 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 scienziato nella "Rйpublique des lettres." (Il testo e le forme, 2.) Edited by Guido Baldassarri, Silvia Conatrini, and Francesca Fedi. Padua: Edizioni Il Poligrafo, 2009. Lobban, Michael. "Treason, Sedition, and the Radical Movement in the Age of the French Revolution." Liverpool Law Review, 22 (2000), 2005-34. Lock, Margaret. "Reading the Endpapers: Five French Texts with Paper Bookbindings Using Printed Waste as Endpapers and the Influence of Censorship on the Eighteenth-Century Book Trade." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 48, no. 2 (2010), 257-98; illustrations; summary in French. Locke, John. A Letter Concerning Toleration and Other Writings. (Thomas Hollis Library.) Edited with an introduction by Mark Goldie. University Park, IL: Liberty Fund, 2010. Pp. xlvii + 208; appendix; annotations; bibliography; chronology; index; notes. [With the addition of fragments on toleration by Locke and over 30 pp. of extracts from the Third Letter on Toleration. Rev. (favorably) by Philip Milton in Scriblerian, 44, no. 2-45, no. 1 (2012), 115-17.] Lockwood, Thomas. "Fielding and the Licensing Act [of 1737]." Huntington Library Quarterly, 50, no. 4 (1987), 379-93. Lodoli, Carlo. Della censura del libri 1730-1736. Edited by Mario Infelise. Venice: Marsilio, c. 2001. Pp. xxi + 86. [Rev. by Edoardo Barbieri in La Bibliofilнa, 105 (2003), 208-09.] Longhi, Francesco Maria (translator), and Jean De La Fontaine. Ventidue Favole tradotte in Bolognese nel Settecento. Bologna: A. Forni, 1991. Pp. 167; illus. Lopez, Franзois. "Antonio Sanz, imprimeur du roi et l'йdition populaire sous l'Ancien Rйgime." Bulletin Hispanique, 95 (1993), 349-78. [Regarding the censorship conflicts between the commissioner overseeing printing and Sanz, the royal printer, over unlicensed printings of popular literature, 1757-1766.] Lуpez-Vidriero, Marнa Luisa. "Censura civil e integraciуn nacional: El censor ilustrado." Pp. 855-67 in El mundo hispбnico en el Siglo de las Luces. Vol. 2. Madrid: Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios del Siglo XVIII; Editorial Complutense, 1996. Lorenzo Бlvarez, Elena de. "La Amйrica censurada del siglo XVIII: En torno a las antologнas y proyectos de Ramуn Diosdado Caballero." Amйrica Sin Nombre, 18 (2013), 114-24. Lorenzo Бlvarez, Elena de. "Jovellanos: Desde la censura dieciochesca hacia la libertad de imprenta." Pp. 991-1008 in Hacia 1812 desde el siglo ilustrado. (Actas del V Congresso internacional de la Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII.) Edited by Fernando Durбn Lуpez. Cadiz: Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII [SEES XVIII]; Ediciones Trea, 2013. Lotsch, Manfred. "Rheinische Blдtter unter Napoleons Zensur." In Zeitungen und ihre Zeit: 300 Jahre Dьsseldorfer Presse. Edited by Lothar Schrцder and Manfred Lotsch. Dьsseldorf: Droste, 2012. Pp. 152; illus. Lough, John. "The French Literary Underground Reconsidered." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 329 (1995), 471-82. Love, Harold. English Clandestine Satire, 1660-1702. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2004. Pp. ix + 431; appendix with "First-Line Index to Selected Anthologies of Clandestine Satires," compiled from indices prepared by Meredith Sherlock and revised and supplemented by Felicity Henderson and Harold Love [305-414]; bibliography; index; music. [Chapters titles reveal the book's scope, focus, and structure: "Origins and Models"; "The Court Lampoon"; "The Town Lampoon"; "State Satire"; "Lampoon Authorship"; "The Lampoon as Gossip"; "A Poetics of the Lampoon"; and "Transmission and Reception." The important index, with lines referenced to an initial list of manuscript sources through sigla, was first undertaken by Meredith Sherlock with a three-year grant from the Australian Research Council, obtained by Love, and revised by Felicity Henderson in 2001-2002. Rev. by Matthew C. Augustine in Scriblerian, 41, no. 2 (Spring 2009), 201- Page 67 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 03; by David A. Brewer in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 41 (2008), 433-35; by Kirk Combe in Notes and Queries, n.s. 52 (2005), 541-43; by Howard Erskine-Hill in Review of English Studies, 58 (2007), 221-22; by Margaret J. M. Ezell in SeventeenthCentury News, 65 (September 2007); (with other books) by Evan Haefeli in Huntington Library Quarterly, 69 (2006), 469-76; by Paul Hartle in European Journal of English Studies, 9 (2005), 214-15; (fav.; with other books) by David Nokes in TLS (February 11, 2005), 7; by Michael McKeon on pp. 736-38 of a review essay in Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 45 (2005), 707-71; by Matthew Spencer in Essays in Criticism, 55 (2005), 263-70; by Robert Wilcher in MLR, 101 (2006), 824-25.] Love, Harold. "Refining Rochester: Private Texts and Public Readers." Harvard Library Bulletin, n.s. 7, no. 1 (Spring 1996), 40-49. Loveman, Kate. Reading Fictions, 1660-1740: Deception in English Literary and Political Culture Farnham: Ashgate, 2008. Pp. 232; bibliography; 1 illus.; index. [Rev, by Nora F. Crow in Restoration, 35, no. 1 (2011), 63-65; by John McTague in Notes and Queries, n.s. 59 (2012), 603-05; by Douglas Lane Patel in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 22 (2010), 556-58.] Lubey, Kathleen. Excitable Imaginations: Eroticism and Reading in Britain, 1660-1760. (Transits: Literature, Thought, and Culture, 1650-1850.) Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell U. Press; Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2012. Pp. xi + 271; bibliography; 20 illustrations; index. [Stresses the attention to the erotic across all forms of eighteenthcentury literature, noting how it is a vehicle for instruction. Authors discussed include Joseph Addison, Eliza Haywood, and John Cleland, as well as the artist William Hogarth. Rev. (fav.) by George E. Haggerty in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 26, no. 2 (Winter 2013/2014), 303-05; by Marilyn Morris in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 24 (2015), 161-63; (fav.) by William Walker in a review essay ("Aroused yet Thoughtful: Readers in Eighteenth-Century Britain) in Eighteenth-Century Life, 39, no. 2 (April 2015), 87-91.] Lubey, Kathleen. "Making Pornography, 1749-1968: The History of The History of the Human Heart." ELH, 82 (2015), 897-935; summary. [Argues for a "historicized approach to defining the genre of pornography" through a textual analysis of new editions of this little known novel into the 19th century, attending to the editing of erotic passages.] Luckett, Thomas M. "Book Seizures and the Politics of Repression in Paris, 1787-1789." Pp. 113-28 in Into Print: Limits and Legacies of the Enlightenment: Essays in Honor of Robert Darnton. (Penn State Studies in the History of the Book.) Edited with a Preface by Charles Walton. University Park: Penn State University Press, 2011. Pp. 264; index. Lund, Roger D. "The Bible in the Dock: Thomas Erskine, Thomas Paine, and the Trial of The Age of Reason." Pp. 293-309 in Theology and Literature in the Age of Johnson: Resisting Secularism. Edited by Melvyn New and Gerard Reedy. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2012. Lund, Roger (ed.). The Margins of Orthodoxy: Heterodox Writing and Cultural Response, 16601750. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1995. [Papers from a 1991 conference in Syracuse, NY, including Lund's "Irony as Subversion: Thomas Woolston and the Crime of Wit"; Christopher Hill's "Freethinking and Libertinism: The Legacy of the English Revolution" (54-70); and J. G. A. Pocock's "Within the Margins: The Definition of Orthodoxy" (33-53). Rev. by Marcella Barton in Church History, 66 (1997), 613-14; by J. Spurr in Ecclesiastical History, 48 (1997), 380-81; and in YES, 28 (1998), 317-18.] Lund, Roger D. Ridicule, Religion and the Politics of Wit in Augustan England. Farnham: Ashgate, 2002. Pp. 258. [On the troublesome nature of wit from Hobbes on, stressing its entanglements in/with politics and religious discourse and institutions. Rev. (fav.) by Daryl Domingo in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 26, no. 2 (Winter 2013/2014), 309-11; (fav.) by Brian Michael Norton in Scriblerian, 47, no. 2-48, no. 1 (2015), 114-16.] Lьsebrink, Hans-Jьrgen, and Jeremy D. Popkin (eds.). Enlightenment, Revolution, and the Page 68 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Periodical Press. (SVEC, 2004:6.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2004. Pp. v + 226; illus.; maps. [Includes the Introduction by Popkin and Jack Censer, "Some Paradoxes of the Eighteenth-Century Periodical" (3-21), and some essays that touch on censorship, such as Marie-Christine Skuncke's "Press and Political Culture in Sweden at the End of the Age of Liberty" (81-102) and Bernadette Fort's "Le discours politique dans les Salons des Mйmoires secrets" (102-13).] Lьsebrink, Hans-Jьrgen, and Rolf Reichardt. The Bastille: A History of a Symbol of Despotism and Freedom. Trans. By Norbert Schьrer. Durham: Duke U. Press, 1997. Pp. 306. Lynch, Beth. "Mr. Smirke and 'Mr. Filth': A Bibliographic Case Study in Nonconformist Printing." Library, 7th ser., 1 (2000), 46-71. [On the printing of Marvell's Mr. Smirke by Nonconformist printers succeeding in eluding government censorship efforts; Lynch also discusses The Rehearsal Transpos'd.] Lynch, Jack. Deception and Detection in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008. Pp. 232; bibliography; index. [On public perception of and debates on forgeries and frauds.] Lynch, Kathleen. "Into Jail and into Print: John Bunyan Writes the Godly Self." Huntington Library Quarterly, 72 (2009), 273-90. Lynn, Kimberly. Between Court and Confessional: The Politics of Spanish Inquisitors. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Pp. 391. Republished in paperback, 2015 (410 pp.). [Focuses on specific 16th and 17th inquisitors, showing how the Inquisition involves varying local and individual practices. Rev. by Sara T. Nalle in Journal of Jesuit Studies, 1 (2014), 618-20.] Maas, Edgar. "Zensur und Diskursdifferenzierung: Zur Reception ds franzцsischen `librespenseurs' in Deutchland zwischen Edelman und Reimarus." Pp. 205-19 in Les Lettres franзaises dans les revues allemandes du XVIIIe siиcle / Die franzцsischen Literatur in den deutschen Zeitschriften des 18. Jahrhunderts. Edited by Pierre-Andrй Bois, Roland Krebs, and Jean Moes. (Convergences, 4.) Bern: P. Lang, 1997. Pp. xi + 388; bibliography; indices. MacArthur, Elizabeth J. "Embodying the Public Sphere: Censorship and the Reading Subject in Beaumarchais's Mariage de Figaro." Representations, 61 ([Winter] 1998), 57-77. Macй, Laurence. "Censure romaine et apologйtique dans la seconde moitiй du XVIIIe siиcle: Les enseignements du corpus voltairien." Pp. 283-306 of Apologйtique 1670-1802: La nature et la grвce. Edited by Nicolas Brucker. Bern: Peter Lang, 2010. Macй, Laurence. "Les Йcrits scientifiques de Voltaire face а la censure romaine." Revue Voltaire, 8 (2008), 253-65. Macй, Laurence. "L'Edition clandestine dans la Toscane des rйformes: Le Cas de Voltaire." Lettre Clandestine, 7 (1998), 237-57. Macй, Laurence. "'Lancer la foudre et retirer la main': Les stratйgies clandestines de Voltaire vues par la censure romaine." Lettre Clandestine, 16 (2008), 165-77. Macй, Laurence. "Les Lettres persanes а l'Index: Une censure posthume." Pp. 48-59 in Montesquieu en 2005 (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 2005: 05). Edited by Catherine Volpilhac-Auger. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. 316. Macй, Laurence. "Les Lumiиres franзaises au tribunal de l'Index et du Saint-Office." Dixhuitiиme siиcle, 34 (2002), 13-25. Macй, Laurence. "Les Premiиres censures romaines de Voltaire." Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 98 (1998), 531-52. Macй, Laurence. "Une Pucelle en Avignon: Inquisition romaine et йdition clandestine dans la France des Lumiиres." Revue Voltaire, 9 (2009), 81-95. Macй, Laurence. "Voltaire en Italie (1734-1815): Lecture et censure au siиcle Lumiиres." Ph.D. dissertation from the U. of Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV (in French and Comparative Literature), 2007. An extended abstract or introduction is posted at www.paris- Page 69 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 sorbonne.fr/IMG/pdf/MACE_Position.pdf. [Macй's surname on the title is followed by "йp. Del Vento." It is remarkable how much fine scholarship was produced by the author prior to finishing her thesis.] Macй, Laurence (ed.). Voltaire: Textes interdits. Paris: Garnier, 2010. Pp. 192. [An anthology of texts that were censured by the Roman Index.] Machiels, Jerome. Privilиge, censure et index dans les Pays-Bas mйridionaux jusqu'au dйbut du XVIIIe siиcle. Translation of Privilegie, censuur en indexen in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden tot aan het begin van de 18de eeuw (1997) by Raymond Doms. Brussels: Archives Gйnйrales du Royaume, 1997), pp. 173; bibliography; facs. illus. [Rev. by Albert Labarre in Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, 66 (1997), 425-27.] Machiels, Jerome. Privilegie, censuur en indexen in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden tot aan het begin van de 18de eeuw. Brussels: Algemeen Rijksarchief, 1997. Pp. 191; illus. [Translated by Raymond Doms into French (see previous entry).] Maciak, Jill. "France: Literary Underground, 18th Century." Pp. 863-65 (with bibliography) in Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Ed. by Derek Jones. Foreword by Doris Lessing. 4 vols. New York: Routledge, 2002. Pp. 2950; bibliographies; index. Macнas Delgado, J. "La Biblioteca clandestina de un ilustrado en la oposiciуn." Hispania Sacra, 87 (1990), 259-391. Mackay, Peter. "Lost Manuscripts and Reactionary Rustling: Was There a Radical Scottish Gaelic Poetry between 1770 and 1820?" Pp. 125-39 in The Language of Resistance? (Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolutions, 1.) Edited by John Kirk, Andrew Noble, and Michael Brown. Afterword by Katie Trumpener. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012. Pp. xv + 272. Macpherson, Sandra. "Sex at Twickenham." ELH, 72, no. 2 (Summer 2005), 471-93. [On pornographic responses to Samuel Richardson and his Pamela (on Richardson's formative impact on these works.)] Madl, Claire. "Libri prohibiti et censure." Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, nos. 112-13 (2001), 223-25. Madl, Claire, and Michael Wцgerbauer. "Censorship and Booksupply." Pp. 69-87 in The Enlightenment in Bohemia: Religion, Morality, and Multiculturalism. (SVEC, 2011:07.). Edited by Ivo Cerman, Rita Kreuger, and Susan Reynolds. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2011. Maiorini, Maria Grazia. "Stato e editoria: Controllo e propaganda politica durante la Reggenza." Pp. 405-26 in Editoria e cultura a Napoli nel XVIII secolo: Atti del Convegno organizzato dall'Istituto universitario orientale, dalla Societа italiana di studi sul secolo XVIII e dall'Istituto italiano per gli studi filosofici, Napoli, 5-7 dicembre 1996. Ed. by Anna Maria Rao. Naples: Liguori, 1998. Maire, Catherine. "La Censure diffйrйe de l'Esprit des lois par Mgr Bottari." Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa, 41 (2005), 175-91. Maire, Catherine. "L'Entrйe des `Lumiиres' а l'Index: Le Tournant de la double censure de l'Encyclopйdie en 1759." Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopйdie, 42, no. 1 (2007), 107-40. Maire, Catherine. "Les Querelles jansйnistes de la dйcennie 1730-1740." Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopйdie, 38, no. 1 (2005), 71-92; summary in English and French. Maire, Catherine. "Voltaire et les libertйs de l'Йglise gallicane." Pp. 339-47 of Voltaire et le Grand siиcle. (SVEC, 2006: 10.) Edited by Jean Dagen and Anne-Sophie Barrovecchio. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2006. Maire, Catherine. "Warum wurde Diderot in Rom nicht verurteilt?" Pp. 169-78 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Malachy, Thйrиse "Moliиre face au pouvoir: Un cas de figure: Tartuffe." Revue d'histoire du Page 70 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Thйвtre, 2004, nos. 1-2 [nos. 221-22] (October-December 2004), 105-10. [In a special issue on "Theatres et secrets interdicts."] Malesherbes, Chrйtien-Guillaume de Lamoignon de. Mйmoires sur la librairie, Mйmoire sur la libertй de la presse. Edited with introduction by Roger Chartier. Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1994. Pp. 350. [New edition of two works published posthumously with a collected title in 1809 (Mйmoires sur la librairie et sur la libertй de la presse), the first was written in 1758 to argue for greater liberties of the press, the second in 1788 to argue for fewer. Rev. by Raymond Birn in Bulletin du bibliophile (1995), 384-86; (fav.) by Elizabeth Eisenstein in ECCB, n.s. 24-26 (for 1996-98 [2003], 541, noting a 1979 edition by Graham E. Rodmell annotated in English); by Isabelle Kratz in Bulletin des Bibliothиques de France, 40, no. 4 (1995), 106-07.] Mallinson, Jonathan (ed.). History of Ideas; Travel Writing; History of the Book; Enlightenment and Antiquity. (SVEC 2005: 1). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. v + 295; illus. [Contains an essay or essays treating censorship in 18C France and Rousseau's views on censorship.] Manchester, Colin. "History of the Crime of Obscene Libel." Journal of Legal History, 12 (1991), 37-57. Manevy, Alain. Les Journalistes de la libertй et la naissance de l'opinion (1789-1793): Rйcitessai sur les risques d'йcrire. Paris: B. Grasset, 1989. Pp. 255 + [v]. Manfredi, Antonio. "Su un'edizione di cataloghi librari ecclesiastici tra i secoli XVI e XVII: Reflessi e linee di recerca." Bibliothecae.It, 5, no. 2 (2016), 337-53. [On the publication by the Biblioteca Vaticana of three volumes with inventories by the Inchiesta della Congregazione dell'Indice (2013, 2014, 2015).] Manley, K[eith]. A. "Infidel Books and `Factories of the Enlightenment': Censorship and Circulating Libraries in the Age of Revolutions, 1790-1850." Book History, 19 (2016), 16996. Manley, K[eith]. A. "Jeremy Bentham Has Been Banned: Contention and Censorship in Private Subscription Libraries before 1825." Library & Information History, 29 (2013), 170-81. Mann, Alastair J. The Scottish Book Trade 1500-1720: Print Commerce and Print Control in Early Modern Scotland. An Historiographical Study of the Early Modern Book in Scotland. East Linton, East Lothian, U.K.: Tuckwell Press, 2000. Pp. [xii] + 308; appendix; bibliography; 12 graphs; 9 illus.; index; tables. [Includes the chapters "The Scottish Press and the Scottish Church"; "Copyright in Early Modern Scotland"; "Government Regulation of the Book Trade"; "Government Censorship in Early Modern Scotland"; and "Conclusion: Profit Motives, Public Policy and the 'Scottish Way'"; two appendices list "copyright patents granted, 1540 to 1708" and "officially banned books 1570s to 1700s"; a third provides "Financial information from the testaments of book traders, c. 1570 to c. 1760." Rev. (favorably) by Rab Houston in TLS (Sept. 28, 2001), 32; (briefly noted) by Richard B. Sher in Eighteenth-Century Scotland, no. 15 (2001), 44; by Arthur Williamson in Sixteenth-Century Journal, 33 (2002), 1207-09.] Manning, David. "Accusations of Blasphemy in English Anti-Quaker Polemic, 1660-1701." Quaker Studies, 14, no. 1 (September 2009), 27-56. Marazzani, Pierino. La chiesa che censura: 500 anni di repression e della libertа di stampa. Rome: Massari, 1995. Pp. 128. Marchi, Armando. "Obscene Literature in Eighteenth-Century Italy: An Historical and Bibliographical Note." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (October 1985), 244-60 Marcнas Delgado, Jacinta. "La biblioteca clandestine de un ilustrado en la oposiciуn. Hispania Sacra, 43, no. 87 (1990), 359-391. Marker, Gary. Publishing, Printing, and the Origin of the Intellectual Life in Russia, 1700-1800. (Princeton Legacy Library.) Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 2014. Pp. xiv + 301; bibliography; figures; index. [First published in 1985. Covers a broad survey of major Page 71 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 topics: censorship, authorship, patronage, publishing, readership.] Mбrquez Macнas, Rosario. El trasvase cultural a Amйrica: Las bibliotecas privadas de los emigrantes espaсoles en el siglo XVIII. (La otra Amйrica, 5.) Seville: Aconcagua Libros, 2002. Pp. 92 + [12]. [Section 3 treats "Legislaciуn y censura de los libros" (19-27).] Marsden, Jean I. "Female Spectatorship, Jeremy Collier, and the Anti-Theatrical Debate." ELH, 65 (1998), 877-98. Marsh, Joss. Word Crimes: Blasphemy, Culture, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century England. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1998. Pp. xii + 431. [Rev. by Kate Flint in Victorian Studies, 42, no. 3 (1999/2000), 544-46; by Kyle Grimes in Criticism, 41 (1999), 550-53; by Marion Shaw in RES, 50 (1999), 544-46; and W. David Shaw in Nineteenth-Century Literature, 54 (1999), 107-09.] Marshall, John. John Locke: Resistance, Religion, and Responsibility. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1994. Pp. xxi + 485. [Rev. by Mark Goldie in TLS (23 Dec. 1994), 26.] Marshall, John. John Locke, Toleration, and Early Enlightenment Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2006. Pp. viii + 767. [Rev. by J. C. D. Clark in Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (2009), 267-68; (favorably) by William Gibson on H-Albion; (fav.; with other books) by Glenn A. Moots in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40 (2007), 482-86. Released in paperback in 2010] Martнn, Gregorio C. "Prensa liberal y censura progresista: Origen y ocaso de El Espaсol." Pp. 1443 in Negotiating Past and Present: Studies in Spanish Literature for Javier Herrero. Edited by David Thatcher Gies. Charlottesville, VA: Rookwood, 1997. Pp. xxii + 272. Martin, Henri-Jean. The French Book: Religion, Absolutism, and Readership, 1585-1715. (Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History, 22.) Trans. by Paul Saenger and Nadine Saenger. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1996. Pp. xii + 117; 46 illus.; index; maps. [Treatment of 16C-18C booktrade relations with political and religious structures; censorship; book illustration.] Martin, Isabelle. "Colportage thйвtral: Ericie ou la Vestale de Dubois-Fonanelle, les risques du mйtier." Revue d'Histoire du Thйвtre, nos. 221-22 (2004), 111-20; summary in English. [Jean-Gaspard Dubois-Fonanelle, 1737-1812; the Ericie ou la Vestale is an example of clandestine literature.] Martin, Robert W. T. The Free and Open Press: The Founding of the American Democratic Press Liberty, 1640-1800. New York: New York U. Press, 2001. Pp. 239; bibliography; index. [Rev. by David Copeland in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 79 (2002), 766-68; by Jeffrey L. Pasley in William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 62 (2005), 340-43; by Julie Hedgepeth Williams in Journalism History, 28 (2002), 147.] Martнnez Baro, Jesъs. "'Las hogueras se extingan': La Inquisiciуn en la poesia de la prensa gaditana entre 1811 y 1813." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 10939; summary. Martнnez Luna, Esther. "La conscienza literaria de la clase letrada en el Diario de Mйxico: Apertura y flexibilidad." Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 16 (2006), 165-85. Marziani, Donatella. "La censura libraria nei secoli XVII e XVIII." Thesis at U. of Suor Orsola Benincasa (Naples), 2006. Pp. 166; bibliography [available on the WWW]. Mason, Haydn T. (ed.). The Darnton Debate: Books and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. (SVEC, 359.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1998. Pp. ix + 305; bibliography of works by Robert Darnton [295-96]; 3 illus.; index. [Twelve essays focused on Robert Darnton's work on the distribution and effects of reading materials and on censorship and the book trade in eighteenth-century France, plus Darnton's "Two Paths through the Social History of Ideas." The essays are: D. F. McKenzie's "Trading Places? English 1689 - France 1789" (1-24); Roland Mortier's "Le savant, le chat et le cataplasme" (25-30); Franзois Moureau's "Le rendez-vous manque de Bougainville: Du voyage au livre" (31-64); Carla Hesse's "French Women in Print, 1750-1800: An Essay in Historical Bibliography" (65- Page 72 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 82); Jonathan Rose's "The History of Books: Revised and Enlarged" (83104); Jeremy D. Popkin's "Robert Darnton's Alternative (to the) Enlightenment" (10528); Daniel Gordon's "The Great Enlightenment Massacre" (129-56); Elizabeth L. Eisenstein's "Bypassing the Enlightenment: Taking an Underground Route to Revolution" (157-78); David A. Bell's "Why Books Caused a Revolution: A Reading of Robert Darnton" (179-88); Thomas E. Kaiser's "Enlightenment, Public Opinion, and Politics in the Works of Robert Darnton" (189-206); Renato Pesta's "Beyond Empiricism: A Comment on Robert Darnton's Work" (207-234); and Domique Varry's "Pour de nouvelles approches des archives de la Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel" (235-50). Rev. William Doyle in TLS (July 2, 1999), 26; (fav.; with another book) by Sean C. Goodlett and Raymond Birn in ECS, 33 (1999), 149-51; (fav.) by Richard B. Sher in SHARP News, 8, no. 2 (Spring 1999), 7-8; by David Williams in MLR, 95 (2000), 51011; by Viviana Zito in Studi francesi, 44, no. 131 (2000), 390-91.] Mass, Edgar. Literatur und Zensur in der Aufklдrung: Produktion, Distribution und Rezeption des Lettres persanes. (Analecta Romanica, 46.) Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann, 1981. Pp. xi + 328. [Rev. by Otto Dann in Zeitschrift fьr Historische Forschung, 15, no. 2 (1988), 243-44.] Mattson, Annie. Komediant och riksfцrrдddare: Handskriftcirculerade smдdesksrifter mot Gustaf III. (Skrifter utgivena av Litteraturvetenskapliga Institutionen vid Uppsala Universitet, 45.) Vдsteras: Edite Vastras Aros; Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 2010. Pp. 411; illus. [Ph.D. dissertation offering an indepth analysis of roughly a dozen illegal publications of the Gustavian period, 1771-1792, with a bibliography of 109 works classified as libels. Rev. by James Massengale in Scandinavian Studies, 83 (2011), 155-58.] Matyaszewski, Pawel. "Cenzura we Francji doby oswiecenia." Roczniki Humanistyczne, 51, no. 5 (2003), 5-23; summary in French. May, James E. (comp.). "Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published 1987-2009." BibSite [Website of the Bibliographical Society of America]. Open-access online posting, 2010. http://www.bibsocamer.org/BibSite/contents.htm. May, James E. (comp.). "A Select Bibliography of Recent Studies of Censorship, Libel, Obscenity, and Press Freedom [Parts 1-2]." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 18, no. 3 (September 2004), 72-77; 19, no. 2 (February 2005), [81-97]. Mayo, Christopher. "Some Indecorous Passages Expurgated from Lord Chesterfield's Published Letters." Notes and Queries, n.s. 51 (2004), 126-28. McCarthy, John A., and Werner von der Ohe (eds.). Zensur und Kultur: Zwischen Weimarer Klassik und Weimarer Republik mit einem Ausblick bis Heute / Censorship and Culture: From Weimar Classicism to Weimar Republic and Beyond. (Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur, 51.) Tьbingen: Niemeyer, 1995. Pp. vi + 243; illus.; indices. [Relevant essays include McCarthy's introduction "Zensur und Kultur: 'Autoren nicht Autoritдten!'" (1-13); Ute Daniel's "Zensur und Volkskultur im 18. Jahrhundert: Die Feiertagsfrage im Sьden des alten Reichs" (14-36); Wofram Siemann's "Normenwandel auf dem Weg zur 'modernen' Zensur: Zwischen 'Aufklдrungspolizie,' literaturkritik und Politischer Repression (1789-1848)" (63-86); and Barbara BeckerCantarino's "Geschlechtszensur: Zur Literaturproduktion der deutschen Romantik" (8798). Rev. by Gabrielle Bersier in German Quarterly, 70 (1997), 312-13; by Anita Bunyan in MLR, 93 (1998), 288-89; by Klaus Rek in Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 8 (1998), 398-402.] McClellan, James. E. Specialist Control: The Publications Committee of the Acadйmie royale des sciences (Paris), 1700-1793. (Transactions, 93, part 3.) Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2003. Pp. xii + 134; bibliography; illus.; index. McCord, Brian. "'Charming and Wholesome Literature': Fanny Hill and the Legal `Production of Page 73 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Production.'" Pp. 267-85 in Launching Fanny Hill: Essays on the Novel and its Influences. (AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, 41.) Edited by Patsy Fowler, Alan Jackson, and Peter Sabor. New York: AMS Press, 2003. McCord, James N. "Taming the Female Politician in Early Nineteenth-Century England: John Bull versus Lady Jersey." Journal of Women's History, 13, no. 4 (Winter 2002), 31-54. [On the libel suit of Sarah Sophia Villers, Countess of Jersey, a friend of the queen, during the Queen Caroline affair" (1820-21), in response to attacks by the ministerial press, including the newspaper John Bull.] McCorison, Marcus A. "Printers and the Law: The Trials of Publishing Obscene Libel in Early America." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 104 (2010), 181-217; with 3 appendices: "Chronological List of Early American Editions of Texts Cited in this Essay" [208-14, 26 early titles]; "Chronological List of Early American Trials for Distribution of Obscene Libel Cited in this Essay" [1807-1842]; and "Chronological List of Some Early American Laws for Distribution of Obscene Libel Cited in this Essay" [nine cases, 1764-1868]; 1 illus. of a plate of Sterne's A Sentimental Journey (1795)]. McCorison, Marcus A. "Risquй Literature in North America." Erotische Literatur Mitteilungen zu Erforschung und Bibliographie, 9 (2008), 75-101. [A version of the BibSite bibliography "Risquй Literature Published in America before 1877," posted online with open-access at BibSite (Bibliographical Society of America), 2003.] McCorison, Marcus A. "Risquй Literature Published in America before 1877." Online openaccess posting at BibSite (Bibliographical Society of America), 2003. McCoy, Ralph E. (comp.). Freedom of the Press: An Annotated Bibliography. Second Supplement: 1978-1992. Foreword by Franklin S. Haiman. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois U. Press, 1993. Pp. xiv + 414; index. [Rev. (fav.) by D. Altschiller in Choice, 31 (1994), 1558; (fav.) by T. H. Howard-Hill in PBSA, 88 (1994), 521-22.] McDowell, Paula. "Enlightenment Enthusiasm and the Spectacular Failure of the Philadelphian Society." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 35 (2002), 515-33. [On the failure of the publication program of the Philadelphian Society for the Advancement of Divine Philosophy, a London-based group inspired by mystical tenets of Jakob Bцhme, held together by Rev. John Pordage and then Jane Lead. The essay touches on a social sort of censorship of enthusiastical writing.] McElligott, Jason. "The Book Trade, Licensing, and Censoring." Pp. 135-53 of The Oxford Handbook of Literature & the English Revolution. Edited by Laura Lunger Knoppers. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2013. Pp. xxvii + 715. McElligott, Jason. "'A Couple of Hundred Squabbling Small Tradesmen'? Censorship, the Stationers' Company, and the State in Early Modern England." Media History, 11, no. 1-2 (April-August 2005), 87-104. McElligott, Jason (ed.). Fear, Exclusion, and Revolution: Roger Morrice and Britain in the 1680s. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. Pp. xii + 228. [Includes Geof Kemp's "L'Estrange and the Publishing Sphere"; Gary S. De Krey's "Reformation and `Arbitrary Government': London Dissenters and James II's Policy of Toleration"; Mark Knights's "Judging partisan News and the Language of Interest"; Melinda Zook's "Nursing Sedition: Women, Dissent, and the Whig Struggle"; and David L. Wykes's "Dissenters and the Writing of History: Ralph Thoresby's `Lives and Characters.'"] McElligott, Jason. "The Politics of Sexual Libel: Royalist Propaganda in the 1640s." Huntington Library Quarterly, 67 (2004), 75-99. McElligott, Jason. Royalism, Print, and Censorship in Revolutionary England. Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Rochester, NY: Boydell & Brewer, 2007. Pp. + 274. [Treats royalist newsbooks. Rev. by Walter Chernaik in Library, 7th ser., 3 (2002), 426-27; by Jerome de Groot in TLS (11 July 20008), 25; by Derek Hirst in Journal of British Studies, 48 (2009), 210-12; by Philip Major in Modern Language Review, 104 (2009), 838-39; by Robert Page 74 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 McJimsey in Seventeenth-Century News, 66, nos. 1-2 (2008), 76-78.] McElligott, James, and Eve Patten (eds.). Perils of Book Culture: Book, Print, and Publishing History in Theory and Practice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. 242. [Includes the introductory overview "The Practice of Book and Print Culture: Sources, Methods, Readings" by Leslie Howsam (17-34) and then a essays ranging through the Medieval and Renaissance period to more modern times.] McGhee, Jim. "Obscene Libel and the Language of `The Imperfect Enjoyment.'" Pp. 42-65 in Reading Rochester. Ed. by Edward Burns. New York: St. Martin's, 1995. Pp. 232. McKee, George D. "La surveillance officielle de l'Estampe entre 1810 et 1830: le Dйpot Lйgal, la Bibliographie de la France, le project 'Image of France' et leurs statistiques." Nouvelles de l'Estampe, no. 188 (2003), 23-35. [With much new archival info.] McKenna, Antony. "L'Hйrйsie dans la littйrature clandestine." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 22 (1990), 301-13. McKenna, Antony. "Les Manuscrits clandestins dans la bibliothиque du marquis de Mйjanes." Pp. 19-40 in Treize йtudes sur Aix et la Provence au XVIIIe siиcle. Aix-en-Provence: U. de Provence, 1995. Pp. 223. McKenna, Antony. "Les Manuscrits philosphiques clandestins." Pp. 192-204 of The Eighteenth Century Now: Boundaries and Perspectives. (SVEC, 2005: 10.) Edited by Jonathan Mallinson. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2005. Pp. ix + 348; transcripts. McKenna, Antony. "Le Manuscrits philosophiques clandestins а l'Age classique." XVIIe Siиcle, 191 (1996), 523-35. McKenna, Antony. "Les Masques de Pierre Bayle: Pratiques de l'anonymat." Littйratures Classiques, 80 (2013), 237-48; summary in English and French. [In a special issue on "L'Anonymat de l'oeuvre XVIe-XVIIIe siиcles.] McKenna, Antony. "La Philosophie des Lumiиres et le statut de la philosophie clandestine." Pp. 55-63 in Interdisciplinarity-Qu'est-ce que les Lumiиres? La reconnaissance au dixhuitiиme siиcle. (SVEC, 2006: 12.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2006. Pp. v +400. McKenna, Antony. "Sur l'hйrйsie dans la literature clandestine." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 22 (1990), 301-13; 4-p. bibliography. [For some other of McKenna's publications, see above for volumes of Lettre clandestine co-edited with Artigas-Menant and with Olivier Bloch.] McKenna, Antony, and Alain Mothu (eds.). La Philosophie clandestine а l'Age classique: Actes du colloque de l'Universitй Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne du 29 septembre au 2 octobre 1993. (Bibliographica, 4.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation; Paris: Universitas, 1997. Pp. 539; facsimiles; index. [Includes M. Sankey's "Lire le manuscrit clandestin: L'Autre Mondo de Cyrano de Bergerac" (279-89); and A. Del Prete's "Entre Descartes et Malebranche: Le Traitй de l'infini crйй" (307-19).] McLeod, Jane. Licensing Loyalty: Printers, Patrons, and the State in Early Modern France. (Penn State Series in the History of the Book.) University Park, PA: Penn State U. Press, 2011. Pp. 312; 2 appendices [entitled: "Printers' Wealth in the Eighteenth Century" and "Some Licensed Provincial Printers Involved in the Clandestine Book Trade, 1750-89 by Town"]; bibliography [275-92]; index. [A strongly evidenced study of the threat of print culture to government and actions by the government and the press in response. Topics covered include actions by the royal council in 1667 and 1701, the enforcement of printers' quotas in the provinces after 1704, arguments by printers in their requests for licenses, 1667-1789, five case studies during the reign of Louis XVI, and an assessment of the social position of printers in 1750-1789. The two appendices contain: 1) Printers' Wealth in the eighteenth century; and 2) Some licensed provincial printers involved in the clandestine book trade, 1750-89, by town.] McRae, Andrew. "Reading Libels: An Introduction." Huntington Library Quarterly, 69 (2006), 1-14. [Introduction to an issue devoted to libel in the seventeenth century, with a section on "Reading Libels: Rhetoric, Genre, Textuality, Theory," including Adam Smyth's Page 75 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 "'Reade in one age and understood i'th'next': Recycling Satire in the MidSeventeenth Century" (67-82) and James Loxley's "On Exegetical Duty: Historical Pragmatics and the Grammar of the Libel" (83-102); and another section on "Libels in Action: Authorship, Transmission, and Interpretation."] McShane, Angela J. (comp.). Political broadside ballads of Seventeenth-Century England: A Critical Bibliography. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2011. Pp. 648. [Rev. by Ian Archer in English Historical Review, 128 [issue #534] (2013), 1234-36.] McTague, John. "Censorship, Reissues, and the Popularity of Poetical Miscellanies." EighteenthCentury Life, 41, no. 1 (January 2017), 96-115. [Examines Poems on Affairs of State, vol. 4 (1707) and The Foundling Hospital for Wit (1743, 1744), both censored works, and through them problems in assessing the popularity of reprinted works.] McTague, John. "The New Atalantis Arrests: A Reassessment." Library, 7th series, 15 (2014), 439-46. [John Morphew and James Woodward were arrested in 1709 for the publication of Delarivier Manley's The New Atalantis. McTague adds nformation from the draft warrants for their arrest and search.] Mee, Jon. "'Examples of Safe Printing': Censorship and Popular Radical Literature in the 1790s." Essays and Studies, n.s. 46 (1993), 81-95. Mee, Jon, and Mark Crosby. "'This Soldierlike danger': The Trial of William Blake for Sedition." Pp. 111-24 in Resisting Napoleon: The British Response to the Threat of Invasion, 1797-1815. Ed. by Mark Philip. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. Pp. xiv + 248; illus. Melanзon, Benoоt. "Faire catleys au XVIIIe siиcle." Йtudes Franзaises, 32 (1996), 65-68. [In an issue devoted to the erotic novel with an introduction by Melanзon and Jean M. Goulemot.] Mellot, Jean-Dominique. "La capitale et l'imprimй a l'apogйe de l'absolutisme (1618-1723)." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 5 (2009), 17-44. Mellot, Jean-Dominique. "Fontenelle censeur royal ou approbateur йclairй?" Revue Fontenelle, 6-7 (2010), 51-72. Mellot, Jean-Dominique, and Anne Boyer. "Dans les archives de la police (du livre): Une enquкte inйdite sur l'imprimerie parisienne en 1744." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 7 (2011), 33-84. Mйndez, Marнa Agueda. "The Mexican Inquisition vs. The Spirit of Independence." Dieciocho, 14, nos. 1-2 (1991), 92-101. Mervaud, Christiane. "L'Intolйrance et l'intolйrable dans Le traitй sur la tolйrance." Op. Cit.: Revue de littйratures Franзaise et Comparйe, 13 (1999), 141-46. Meyer, Steffen-Werner. Bemьhungen um ein Reichsgesetz gegen den Bьchernachdruck: Anlдsslich der Wahlkapitulation Leopolds II. aus dem Jahre 1790. (Rechtshistorische, 291.) Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang, 2004. Pp. xxvi + 177; bibliography; illus. [Revised doctoral thesis at Universitдt des Saarlandes, 2003, related to the regulation of the press.] Milhous, Judith, and Robert D. Hume. "Charles Killigrew's Pettition about the Master of the Revels' Power as Censor (1715)." Theatre Notebook, 41 (1987), 74-79; transcription and translation. [On Killigrew's effort to protect his office. Rev. (fav.) in Scriblerian, 21.1 (Autumn 1988), 57-58.] Miller, Rachel. "Physic for the Great: Dryden's Satiric Translations of Juvenal, Persius, and Boccaccio." Philological Quarterly, 68 (1989), 53-75. [Rev. (fav.) in Scriblerian, 22, no. 2 (Spring 1990), 136. Another discussion of clandestine satire of William in Dryden's translations of Juvenal and Persius is offered in 1989 by Kirk Combe, and James Winn covered Dryden's coded method in a 1988 article.] Milling, Jane. "'Abominable, Impious, Prophrane, Lewd, Immoral': Prosecuting the Actors in Early Eighteenth-Century London." Theatre Notebook, 61 (2007), 132-43. Minois, Georges. The Atheist's Bible: The Most Dangerous Book that Never Existed. Translated by Lys Ann Weiss. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 2012. Pp. xii + 249. [Minois added a Page 76 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 new preface for this English edition. On the De Tribus impostoribus, a medieval work treating Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed as impostors, published in Latin and French versions in the eighteenth century. Rev. by Glenn W. Olsen in Catholic Historical Review, 99, no. 4 (2013), 767-68.] Minois, Georges (ed.). Censure et culture sous l'Ancien Rйgime. Paris: A. Fayard, 1995. Pp. 335; appendices; bibliography [311-19]; index [321-31]. Miqueu, Christophe, and Mason Chamie (eds.). Locke's Political Liberty: Reading and Misreadings. (SVEC, 2009:04.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2009. Pp. xiv + 230; bibliography; index. [Includes Miqueu's "Beyond Canon and Revision: Exploring Locke's Reception"; Daniel Carey's "Two Strategies on Toleration: Locke, Shaftesbury, and Diversity"; Gerhardt Stenger's "Liberty and Toleration: Locke, Voltaire, and Laпcitй а la franзaise"; and Jorn Schosler's "The Reception of Locke's Political Philosophy in Denmark: An Historical Approach."] Mitchell, James. "The Use of the False Imprint 'Londres' during the French Revolution, 17871800." Australian Journal of French Studies, 29 (1992), 185-219; 2 of plates; bibliography of 292 works cited [196-213]. Mitchell, Jim. [Presumably also known as "C. J. Mitchell."] "Printers' Motives for Using False, Fictitious, or Misleading Imprints." Pp. 31-43 in An Index of Civilization: Studies of Printing and Publishing History in Honour of Keith Maslen. Edited by Ross Harvey, Wallace Kirsop, and B. J. McMullin (eds.). Clayton, Victoria, Australia: Center for Bibliographical and Textual Studies, Monash U., 1993. Pp. xiii + 249; bibliography of Maslen's publications [vii-xiii]; frontispiece; illus.; index. Mix, York-Gothart. Ein "Oberkunze darf nicht vorkommen": Materialen zur Publikationsgeschichte und Zensur des Hinze-Kunze-Romans von Volker Braun. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1993. Pp. 235. [On Germany of 1930s-40s.] Molivas, Gregory. "From Religion to Politics: The Expression of Opinion as the Common Ground between Religious Liberty and Political Participation in the Eighteenth-Century Conception of Natural Rights." History of Political Thought, 21 (2000), 237-60. Monod, Paul. "The Jacobite Press and English Censorship, 1689-95." Pp. 125-42 in The Stuart Court in Exile and the Jacobites. Ed. by Eveline Cruickshanks and Edward Corp. London: Hambledon Press, 1995 [Reprinted by Continuum in 2003.] Monod, Paul K. Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1989. Pp. c. 410; bibliography; illus.; map; index. [Includes "All the lawful heir? The Problem of Jacobite Seditious Words." Rev. by Deborah Jackson Leslie in ECCB, n.s. 15 (for 1989 [1996]), 81.] Monod, Paul Kleber. "A Restoration? 25 Years of Jacobite Studies." Literature Compass, 10, no. 4 (2013), 311-30; summary. [On-line journal published by Wiley: at http://literaturecompass.com/18th-century/.] Monsagrati, Giuseppe. "Una moderata libertа di stampa (moderata): Il Consiglio di censura di Pio IX." In Dall'erudizione alla politica: Giornali, giornalisti ed editori a Roma tra XVII e XX secolo. (Temi di storia, 3.) Ed. by Marina Caffiero and Giuseppe Monsagrati. Milan: Franco Angeli, 1997. Montanari, Anna Paola. "Il controllo della stampa 'ramo di civile polizia': L'affermazione della censura di Stato nella Lombardia Austriaca del XVIII sec." Roma moderna e contemporanea: Rivista interdisciplinare di storia, 2 (1994), 343-78. Montandon, Alain (ed.). Teatro et censura. Naples: Liguori, 2004. Moody, Jane. Illegitimate Theatre in London, 1770-1840. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2000. Pp. xiv + 278. [Topics include censorship. Rev. by Gillian Russell in Journal of British Studies, 42 (2003), 396-405.] Moody, Jane. "Inchbald, Holcroft, and the Censorship of Jacobin Theatre." Pp. 197-211 in Women's Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity. Edited by Page 77 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Lilla Maria Crisafulli and Keir Elam. Farnham: Ashgate, 2010. Pp. xii + 292. Moore, Benjamin S. "Reforming Authors: Censorship, Copyright, the Early English Novel." Ph.D. Diss., U. of Iowa, 1992. Dissertation Abstracts International, 54A (1993), 535. Moore, J. K. Primary Materials Relating to Copy and Print in English Books of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. (Occasional Papers of the Oxford Bibliographical Society, 24.) Oxford: Oxford Bibliographical Society and the Bodleian Library, 1992. xiii + 103 + 60 of plates; checklists; illustrations; indices [of manuscripts, printers, licensers, and authors-titles]. More, Anna. "Thinking with the Inquisition: Heretical Science and Popular Knowledge in Seventeenth-Century Mexico." Romantic Review, 103, nos. 1-2 (2012), 111-32. [In a special section entitled "Examining Heretical Thought" edited with an introduction by Jose Rebasa and Jesus Rodriguez-Velasco.] Mori, Gianluca. "Benoоt de Maillet et son traitй `Sur la nature de l'вme.'" Lettre clandestine, 4 (1996), 459-91. [From the 1995 conference. Appended to Mori's introductory essay is her edition "Benoоt de Maillet et son traitй `Sur la nature de l' вme.'" (475-91).] Mori, Gianluca. "Du manuscript а imprimй: Les Nouvelles libertйs de penser." Lettre clandestine, 2 (1993 [1994]), 129-34. Mori, Gianluca. "Littйrature clandestine et tradition philosophique." Lettre clandestine, 8 (1999), 5-8. Mori, Gianluca. Philosophes sans Dieu: Textes athйes clandestins du XVIII siиcle. (Libre pensйe et Littйrature clandestine, 26.) Paris: H. Champion, 2005. Pp. 400. Mori, Gianluca. "Sur la collection clandestine du consul Maillet." Lettre clandestine, 3 (1994 [1995?]), 301-03. Mori, Sara. "La Censura delle opere di viaggio in Toscana nella prima metа dell'Ottocento." Pp. 213-33 in Viaggiare con i libri: Saggi su editoria e viaggi nell'Ottocento. (La Sfere, 131.) Edited by Gianfranco Tortorelli. Bologna: Pendragon, 2012. Pp. 342. Morillo, John. "Seditious Anger: Achilles, James Stuart, and Jacobite Politics in Pope's Iliad Translation." Eighteenth-Century Life, 19, no. 2 (1995), 38-58. Morini, Massimiliano, and Romana Zacchi (eds.). Forme della censura. Naples: Liguori, 2006. Pp. c. 200; index. [Includes the editors' introduction; Morini's "Traduzione e censura" (119-38); Marco Presotto's "Teatro e censura nel Siglo del Oro spagnolo" (77-96); and Zaccchi's "Libertа di expressione e potere in Inghilterra nell'etа moderna" (11-28).] Morrissey, Lee. The Constitution of Literature: Literacy, Democracy, and Early English Literary Criticism. Stanford: Stanford U. Press, 2008. Pp. xii + 242; index. [Rev. (with other books) by Elizabeth Powers in Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 23, no. 2 (May 2009), 42-46.] Morrissey, Lee. "Towards an Archaeology of the First Amendment's Free Speech Protections." Pp. 165-90 in Freedom of Speech: The History of An Idea. (Aperзus: Histories Texts Cultures.) Edited by Elizabeth Powers. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2011. Mostefai, Ourida, and John T. Scott. Rousseau and l'Infame: Religion, Toleration, and Fanaticism in the Age of Enlightenment. (Faux titre, 326.) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. Pp. 309. Mothu, Alain. "Les Lectures `Nйcessaires' du marquis de Sade." Lettre clandestine, 3 (1994 [1995]), 311-19. Mortier, Roland. "Diderot, le censeur Marin et les souvenirs de la Marquise de Caylos." Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopйdie, 24 (1998), 151-53. Moulton, Ian Frederick. Before Pornography: Erotic Writing in Early Modern England. (Studies in the History of Sexuality.) Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2000. Pp. xiii + 268; 17 illus.; index. [On erotic literature and changing attitudes toward it from the Elizabethans Page 78 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 through Samuel Pepys, noting the objectification of pornography and its association with Italian authors, especially Aretino. Rev. by Bruce Boehrer in JEGP, 101 (2002), 129-29; (fav.) by Anthony Fletcher in TLS (June 1, 2001), 32-33; by Karen Harvey in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 11 (2002), 521-24; by N. Rhodes in N&Q, n.s. 49 (2002), 415-16; (fav.; with another book) by Norbert Schьrer in ECS, 34 (2001), 476-78.] Moureau, Franзois (ed.) De bonne Main: La Communication manuscrite au XVIIIe siиcle. (Bibliographica, 1.) Paris: Universitas; Oxford: Voltaire Foundation; with the assistance of CNRS, 1993. Pp. 195; bibliography of manuscript and printed sources on manuscripts, especially clandestine manuscripts [177-80]; foreword by the editor; indices [1) checklist of manuscripts discussed in the book, arranged alphabetically by title, and indexed by location; 2) of Personal Names]. [Includes "Le plume et le plomb" by Franзois Moureau (5-16); "La fonction du manuscrit par rapport а l'imprimй" by Franзoise Weil (17-27); "Secrиtes correspondances: La fonction du secret dans les correspondances littйraires" by Jochen Schlobach (29-42); "Correspondances йrudites et 'littйraires'" by Jens Hдseler (43-49); "Rйflexions sur un recueil de manuscrits philosophiques clandestins" by Antony McKenna (51-57); "La communication manuscrite et la genиse de Telliamed" by Claudine Cohen (59-69); "Elйments d'une sociologie de la littйrature clandestine: Lecteurs et йditeurs de Telliamed" by Miguel Benitez (71-96); "Une lйgende en quкte d'un manuscrit: Le Commentaire sur la Bible de Mme Du Chвtelet" by Bertram Eugene Schwarzbach (97-116); "Les nouvelles а la main dans le systиme d'information de l'Ancien Rйgime" by Franзois Moureau (117-34); "Les nouvelles а la main: la perspective du client" by Larry Bongie (135-42); "Clandestinitй et ventes publiques: Le statut du manuscrit," with a checklist of catalogued manuscripts arranged alphabetically by collectors (based on those published by Friedheim Beckmann (1988) and Franзoise Blechet (1991), 165-75, by Franзois Moureau (143-75). Rev. (fav.) in a review essay ("The History of the Book in Early Modern France: Directions and Challenges") by Jack Censer in ECL, n.s. 19, no. 1 (Feb. 1995), 84-95; (fav.) by Robert Favre in Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 26 (1994), 558; by Nicole Masson in Bulletin du bibliophile (1994), 456-57; by Christopher Todd in Modern Language Review, 90 (1995), 756-57.] Moureau, Franзois. "Du clandestin et de son bon usage au XVIIIe siиcle." Lettre Clandestine, 6 (1997), 271-83. Moureau, Franзois. "Manuscrits de la vente Bignon (1849)" Lettre clandestine, 4 (c. 1995 [papers of 1995 conference), 557-58. [See volumes of Lettre clandestine under editors Artigas-Menant et al. for other articles by Moureau.] Moureau, Franзois. La Plume et le Plomb: Espaces de l'imprimй et du manuscrit au siиcle des lumiиres. (Lettres franзaises.) Paris: Presses de l'Universitй Paris-Sorbonne, 2006. Pp. 728; illustrations; index. [Rev. in a review essay ("New Needs in Libraries") by David McKitterick in Book Collector, 56 (2007), 11-30.] Moureau, Isabelle. "Libertinisme et philosophie." Synthиse, 126, no. 1 (March 2005), 139-60. Moutefai, Ourida, and John T. Scott (eds.). Rousseau and l'Infвme: Religion, Toleration, and Fanaticism in the Age of Enlightenment. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009. Pp. 308. [Includes such studies as Christopher Bertram's "Toleration and Pluralism in Rousseau's Civil Religion."] Mudge, Bradford K. When Flesh Becomes Word: An Anthology of Early Eighteenth-Century Libertine Literature. New York: Oxford U. Press, 2004. Pp. xxxiii + 332. [Rev. by Neil Guthrie on Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews Online (EBRO); by Joseph Pappa in Scriblerian, 37, no. 2- 38, no. 1 (2005), 160-61; (with another book) by Peter Sabor in ECF, 19 (2006), 217-21.] Mudge, Bradford K. The Whore's Story: Women, Pornography, and the British Novel, 16841830. New York: Oxford U. Press, 2000. Pp. 304; 26 illus. [Like I. F. Moulton's Before Page 79 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Pornography (2000), on the differentiation of pornography as a distinct genre. Rev. by Peter Sabor in Age of Johnson, 13 (2002), 585-88; (fav.; with another book) by Norbert Schurer in ECS, 34 (2001), 476-78; in a review essay ("Pornography and the Fall of the Novel") by James Grantham Turner in Studies in the Novel, 33 (2001), 358-64.] Mueller, Andreas K. "A `Body Unfitt': Daniel Defoe in the Pillory and the Resurrection of the Versifying Self." The Eighteenth-Century: Theory and Interpretation, 54, no. 2 (Fall 2013), 393-407. Mьller, Beate (ed.). Censorship and Cultural Relations in the Modern Age. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004. Pp. vi + 250. Mьller-Oberhдuser, Gabrielle. "'The press ought not to be open to all': Zensur in England im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung." Pp. 111-44 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Mьller-Oberhдuser, Gabrielle. "'Wicked, Seditious, and Traiterous Books': Buchzensur im reformatorischen England im Spannungsfeld von Religion und Politik." Pp. 117-38 in Zensur abweichender Meinungen durch Kirche und Staat. Edited by the Geschichtsverein der Diцzese Rottenburg-Stuttgart. (Rottenburger Jahrbuch fьr Kirchengeschichte, 28 [for 2009].) Stuttgart: Thorbecke, 2011. Pp. 363. Mьller-Sievers, Helmut. "Skullduggery: Goethe and Oken, Natural Philosophy and Freedom of the Press." Modern Language Quarterly, 59, no. 2 (1998), 231-59. Mulsow, Martin. "Bibliotheca Vulcani: Das Projekt einer Geschichte der Verbrannten Bьcher bei Johann Lorenz Mosheim und Johann Heinrich Heubel." Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 18, no. 1 (1994), 56-68. Mulsow, Martin. "Christian Ludwig Paalzow und der klandestine Kulturtransfer von Frankreich nach Deutschland." Pp. 67-84 in Geheimliteratur und Geheimbuchhandel in Europa im 18. Jahrhundert. Edited by Christine Haug and others. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2011. Mulsow, Martin. "Clandestine Literatur und deutsche Frьhaufklдrung: Aus Anlass einer neuen Reprint-Reihe." Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 18 (1994), 94-102. Mulsow, Martin. Enlightenment Underground: Radical Germany, 1680-1720. Translated by H. C. Erik Midelfort. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2015. Pp. 464. Mulsow, Martin. "Practices of Unmasking Polyhistors, Correspondence and the Birth of Dictionaries of Pseudonymity in Seventeenth-Century France." Journal of the History of Ideas, 67 (2006), 219-50. [Attempts to explain why dictionaries of anonymous and pseudonymous works arose around 1700 and relates the trend to the growth in government policing and the "clandestine underground."] Mulsow, Martin. "Die Transmission verbotenen Wissens." Pp. 61-80 in Kulturen des Wissens im 18. Jahrhundert. Edited by Ulrich Johannes Schneider and Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2008. Pp. xiv + 680. Muсoz Sempere, Daniel. "The Abolition of the Inquisition and the Creation of a Historical Myth." Hispanic Research Journal, 11 (2010), 71-81. Muсos Sempere, Daniel. "Exilio liberal y literatura sediciosa: La difusiуn del Citador ((Londres, 1817) en la Espaсa fernandina." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 91, nos. 9-10 (November 2014), 51-79. [On the distribution via London and the circulation in Spain of a translation of Pigault-Lebrung's Le Citateur, a satire of Christianity, the first daring critique of religion to be read in Spain, suggesting the translation may have been written by Bartolomй Josй Gattardo. This double number of the journal is a special issue entitle "'El ducle Moratin fue mi maestro': Eighteenth-Century Studies in Homage to Philip Deacon," edited and introduced by Marнa Jesъs Garcнa Garrosa and Gabriel Sбnchez Espinosa.] Muсoz Sempere, Daniel. La Inquisiciуn espaсola como dema literario: polнtica, historia, y Page 80 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 ficciуn en la crisis del antiguo regimen. Woodbridge, CT: Tamesis, 2008. Pp. 243; index. Murphy, Andrew R. Conscience and Community: Resisting Toleration and Religious Dissent in Early Modern England and America. University Park: Penn State U. Press, 2001. Pp. xxii + 337; bibliography; index. [Rev. (fav.) by Jeffrey K. Sawyer in Pennsylvania History, 71 (2004), 102-04.] Muzerelle, Danielle. "Le Marquis de Paulmy et la littйrature clandestine, а travers le catalogue raisonnй de sa bibliothиque." Lettre Clandestine, 7 (1998), 289-99. Myers, Robin, Michael Harris, and Giles Mandelbrote (eds.). Against the Law: Crime, Sharp Practice, and the Control of Print. (Publishing Pathways.) London: British Library; New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2004. Pp. xv + 184; illustrations; index. [The eight articles include: Alastair J. Mann's "'Some Property is Theft': Copyright Law and Illegal Activity in Early Modern Scotland" (31-60); Maureen Bell's "Offensive Behaviour in the English Book Trade, 1641-1700" (61-80); and Helen Berry's "Crimes of Conscience: The Last Will and Testament of John Dunton" (81-102). Rev. by Victoria Gardner in Journal of the Printing Historical Society, n.s. 9 (2006), 107-08; (with another book) by John Hinks in Quadrat, no. 20 (Summer 2007), 36-37; (fav.) in Library, 7th series, 6 (2005), 217.] Myers, Robin, and Michael Harris (eds.). Censorship and the Control of Print in England and France 1600-1910 [title on cover; title-pages uses "Censorship &"]. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1992. Pp. xii + 154; illus.; index. [Papers read at the 13th annual Conference on Book Trade History, held at Birkbeck College. They includes "Catholic Texts and Anti-Catholic Prejudice in the 17th-Century Book Trade" by Alison Shell (33-57); "'The fiery Tryal of their Infallible Examination': Self-Control in the Regulation of Quaker Publishing in England from the 1670s to the mid 19th Century" by David J. Hall (59-86); and "The Absolutism of Taste: Journalists as Censors in 18thCentury Paris" by Anne Goldgar (87-110). Rev. (fav.) by Maureen Bell in PBSA, 87 (1993), 380-82; by John Feathers in Library Review, 42 (1993), 58-60; by Henri-Jean Martin in Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, nos. 84-85 (1994), 403; (favorably) by J. H. Wiener in Choice, 31 (1993), 345; by Philip Ziegler in TLS (18 December 1992), 12.] Nace, N.icholas D. "Some New Light on Sodom." Book Collector, 63, no. 4 (Winter 2014). Nagel, Michael, and Moshe Zimmermann (eds.). Judenfeindschaft und Antisemitismus in der deutschen Press ьber fьnf Jahrhunderte: Erscheinungsformen, Rezeption, Debatte, und Gegenweher. 2 vols. Bremen: Editions Lumiиre, 2013. Pp. xii + 646; index. [Offering 55 articles on antisemiticism in the German press over 500 years.] Nбjera, Luna. "Contesting the World: The Crown and the Printing Press in Colonial Spanish America." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 89, no. 4 (2012), 575-96. [In a special issue entitled "Exploring the Print World of Early Modern Iberia," 489-664, with a preface by Alexander S. Wilkinson (491-506) and many articles focused on sixteenth-century printing and publishing.] Napoli, Maria Consiglia. Letture proibite: La censura dei libri nel Regno di Napoli in etа borbonica. Milan: Franco Angeli, 2002. Pp. 144. [See pp. 30-87.] Nash, David. "Analyzing the History of Religious Crime: Models of `Passive' and `Active' Blasphemy since the Medieval Period." Journal of Social History, 41, no. 1 (Fall 2007), 5-29. Nash, David. Blasphemy in Modern Britain: 1789 to the Present. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999. Pp. x + 300; illus.; index. [Rev. by James Diedrick in Albion, 32 (2000), 322-23; by I. Machin in History, 85 (2000), 522-23.] Nash, David. Blasphemy in this Christian World: A History. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2007. Pp. xiv + 269. [Rev. by David Lawton in American Historical Review, 113 (2008), 118-19.] Navarro Ferrй, Josй. "Un ejemplo de la prensa clandestina del siglo XVIII: El duende crнtico." Page 81 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Pp. 41-46 in Periodismo y literatura. Ed. by Annelies van Noortwijk and Anke van Haastrecht. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997. Negroni, Barbara de. Lectures interdites: Le travail des censeurs au XVIIIиme siиcle, 17231774. Louvain: FIDEM; Paris: Albin Michel, 1995. Pp. 377; bibliography [351-74]; illus.; index [Rev. by Stefan Lemny in Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 28 (1996), 553; by Vйronique Sarrazin in Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaire, 46 (1999), 399-401.] Nesvig, Martin Austin "Heretical Plagues and the Censorship Cordons: Colonial Mexico and the Transatlantic Book Trade." Church History, 75, no. 1 (March 2006), 1-37. Netz, Robert. Histoire de la censure dans l'йdition. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1997. Pp. 128. Neumann, Martin (ed.). Zwischen allen Stьhlen: Manuel Maria de Barbosa du Bocage. Bonn: Romanistischer Verlag Jakob Hillen, 2006. Pp. 258. [This collection on the erotic Portuguese poet Bocage (1765-1805), touching on textual editing and censorship, includes Eckhard Hцfner's Anthropologie und Epistemologie der Erotik im 18. Jahrhundert: Zur Poesia erуtica des Manuel Maria de Barbosa du Bocage" (79-133), and Daniel Pires, "Alguns Problemas que a Ediзгo de Poesia Erуtica de Bocage Encerra" (135-44).] Newman, Stephen L. "Free Speech and The Spirit of Laws in Canada and the United States: A Test Case of Montesquieu's Approach to Comparative Law." Pp. 221-38 of Montesquieu and His Legacy. Edited by Rebecca L. Kingston. Albany: State U. of New York Press, 2009. Niati, Justin S. Voltaire confronte les journalists: La tolerance et la libertй de la presse а l'йpreuve. New York: P. Lang, 2008. Pp. x + 168. Nichol, Donald W. "An Annotated Facsimile of John Wilkes's Notes on the Fragment of a Dedication." Bodleian Library Record, 21, no. 2 (2008), 169-93. Nichol, Donald [W.]. "Slander, Scandal, and Satire." TLS (28 January 2000), 14-15. Nicklas, Thomas. "Publizitдt und Intrige: Eine antikatholische Pressekampagne in der Zeit der Spдtaufklдrung." Historische Jahrbuch, 119 (1999), 134-58. Nipps, Karen. "Cum privilegio: Licensing of the Press Act of 1662." Library Quarterly, 84 (2014), 494-500. Nisbet, H. B. "On the Rise of Toleration in Europe: Lessing and the German Contribution." Modern Language Review, 105 (2010), xxviii-xliv. Nivet, Philippe. "Quelque йlйments sur le commerce des livres prohibйs en Orlйanais а la fin du XVIIIe siиcle." Bulletin de la Sociйtй archйologique et historique de l'Orlйanais (March 1994), 67-82. Noqueira, Carlos. "A Poesia Portuguesa Erуtica e satнrica de sйculo XVIII: Do Abade de Jazente a Bocage e a Lobo de Carvalho." Luso-Brazilian Review, 49 (2012), 172-87. Ohles, Frederik. Germany's Rude Awakening: Censorship in the Land of the Brothers Grimm. Kent, OH: Kent State U. Press, 1992. Pp. x + 227; bibliography [215-19]; index; map. Цhrberg, Ann. "'A Threat to Civic Coexistence': Forbidden Religious Literature and Censorship in Eighteenth-Century Sweden." Pp. 112-32 in Religious Readings in the Lutheran North: Studies in Early Modern Scandinavian Book Culture. Edited by Charlotte Appel. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2011. Pp. vi + 232. Oliver, Kathleen M. "Defoe's Poetic Reformation from Poem [Shortest Way] to Novel, from Pillory to Penitentiary." Cleo, 35, no. 2 (2006), 157-79. Oliver, Susan. "Silencing Joseph Johnson and the Analytical Review." Wordsworth Circle, 40 (2009), 96-102. Olson, Alison. "The Zenger Case Revisited: Satire, Sedition, and Political Debate in EighteenthCentury America." Early American Literature, 35 (2000), 223-45. . [Gov. William Crosby of New York prosecuted John Peter Zenger in 1734 for seditious libel for attacks in the New York Weekly Journal; Olson offers a good list of references. A Google search for Zenger's seditious libel case now calls up much documentary literature.] O'Neal, John C. "The Political Convergence of Religious and Secular Interests in Voltaire's Page 82 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Traitй sur la tolйrance." Religion in theAge of Enlightenment, 5 (2015), 211-30. Oppermann, Gregor. Ehrensache Satire: zur Frage satirischer Ehrbeeintrдchtigungen im Strafrecht. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts Verlag, 2015. Pp. 220. [With a legal focus on the difference in criminal law of libel and satire.] Orlandi, Giuseppi. "L. A. Muratori negli Archivi del Sant'Officio Romano: La censur dei 'Rerum Italicarum Scriptores.'" Lateranum, 45 (1999), 7-39. Page, Anthony. "The Dean of St. Asaph's Trial: Libel and Politics in the 1780s." Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (2009), 21-35. Paillard, Christophe. "Ingйrence censoriale et imbroglio йditorial: La censure dans la correspondence de Voltaire dans les йditions in-8o et in-12o de Kehl." Revue Voltaire, 7 (2007), 275-312. Pajares, Eterio. "Censura y traducciуn: La autorizaciуn imposible de The History of John Bull." Babel: Revue Internationale de la traduction, 52, no. 1 (2006), 17-38. Palazzolo, Maria Iolanda. I libri, il trono l'altare: La censura nell'Italia della Restaurazione. (Studi e recerche di storia dell'editoria, 21.) Milan: Franco Angeli, 2003. Pp. 144. Palazzolo, Maria Iolanda. La perniciosa lettura: La chiesa e la libertа di stampa nell'Italia liberale. (I libri di Viella, 107.) Rome: Viella, 2010. Pp. 181. [Treats censorship in the nineteenth century. Rev. by Milena Sabato in Ricerche di Storia Sociale e Religiosa, n.s. 83 (January-June 2013), 282-86.] Palazzolo, Maria Iolanda. "Prima della libertа di stampa: Le forme della censura nell'Italia della Restaurazione." Bibliofilнa, 108, no. 1 (2006), 71-90. Palazzolo, Maria Iolanda. "Le vicissitudini di un libertino: Fortuna editoriale e sfortuna critica delle opere di Giambattista Casti." Nuova Rivista di Letteratura Italiana, 4 (2002), 383413. [Casti's writings were banned in Italy.] Palmer, R. R. Catholics and Unbelievers in 18th-Century France. Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 2015. Pp. x + 236; index. Palomba, Sabrina. "La `sezione' filosofica del fondo `libri proibiti' della biblioteca PP. Vincenziani ai Vergini in Napoli." Pp. 121-31 in Patri et amico: Scritti in onore di S. Ecc. Mons. Ciriaco Scansillo per il suo compleanno. Ed. by Fausto Ruggieri and Francesco Russo. Palermo: L'Epos, 2001. Palumbo, Margherita. "I Bollandisti e la censura di Roma: Cinque memoriali del 1696 nell'Archivio della Congregazione per la Dottrina della Fede." Analecta Bollandiana, 127, no. 2 (2009), 364-81. Palumbo, Margherita. "La Casantense, una biblioteca al servizio della `sana dottrina.'" Pp. 45579 of A dieci anni dell'apertura dell'Archivio della Congregazione per la Dottrina della Fede: Storia e archivi dell'Inquisizione, Roma, 21-23 febbraio 2008. (Atti dei convegni Lincei, 260.) Rome: Accademia dei Lincei; Scienza e Lettere, 2011. Pp. 715. Palumbo, Margherita. "D'alcuni libri che potrebbero permettersi corretti, ed espurgati': La censura romana e l'espurgazione dei lessici." Pp. 1-27 of Lessici filosofici dell'etа moderna: Linee edi recerca. Edited by Eugenio Canone. Florence: Olschki, 2012. Palumbo, Margherita. "'In Ultima vero omnes libri prohibiti . . .': Zur Einstellung der Palatini im Archiv des Heiligen Offiziums." Bibliothek und Wissenschaft, 42 (2009), 107-14. Palumbo, Margherita. "Ma qui si tratta anche del mondo nella luna . . . `: La censura de La Monde dans la lune di John Wilkins." Bruniana & Companielliana, 17 (2011), 501-11. Palumbo, Margherita. "Quis locus nobis plura dare posset et melior, quam Roma?" Die Rцmische Kurie und Leibniz Editionen." Pp. 156-87 in Leibniz als Sammler und Herausgeber historischer Quellen. (Wolfenbutteler Forschungen.) Edited by Nora Gдdeke. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012. Palumbo, Margherita. "Die rцmische Zensur des Briefwechsels Leibniz-Clarke oder `Leibniz im Abriss.'" In Natur und Subjekt: IX. Internationaler Leibniz-Kongess. Nachtragsband. Page 83 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Edited by Breger Herbert, Herbst Jьrgen, and Erdner Sven. Hannover: Hartmann, 2012. Panzanelli Fratoni, Maria Alessandra. "Libri, biblioteche e cultura degli ordini regolari nell'Italia moderna attraverso la documentazione della Congregazione dell' Indice." Il Bibliotecario, 3, nos. 1-2 (2008), 143-56. Panzanelli Fratoni, Maria Alessandra. "Libri proibiti nella neonata Biblioteca Augusta: Primi risultati di una indagine sulla efficacia dell'applicazione degli indici." Pp. 23-57 of Intorno all'Inquisizione. Edited by Salvatore Geruzzi. Pisa: Giardini, 2005. Paquin, Eric. "Une Nouvelle gйographie йpistolaire dans quelques romans fйminins de l'йmigration." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 14, no. 1 (October 2001), 31-48. [On late 18C women novelists.] Pardo Tomбs, Josй. Ciencia y censura: La inquisiziуn espaсola y los libros cientificos en los siglos XVI y XVII. (Estudios sobre la ciencia.) Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1991. Pp. xxiv + 390; bibliography; illus. Paredes Alonso, J[avier?]. "Del privilegio real a la libertad del mercato del libro en Espaсa: La decadencia del gremio de libreros de Madrid en el siglo XVIII." Produzione e commercio della carta e del libro secc. XIII-XVIII: Atti della "Ventitreesima Settimana di Studi" 1520 aprile 1991. (Serie II: Atti delle settimane di studi e altri convegni, 23.) Edited by Simonetta Cavaciocchi. Florence: Le Monnie; Mondadori Education, 1992. Pp. 1039. Parkin, Jonathan. "Thomas Hobbes and the Problem of Self-Censorship." Pp. 293-317 in The Art of Veiled Speech: Self-Censorship from Aristophanes to Hobbes. Edited by Han Baltussen and Peter J. Davis. Philadelphia: U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. Parmentier, Bйrengиre (ed.). "L'Anonymat de l'oeuvre (XVe-XVIIIe siиcles)." Littйrature classique, 80 (2013), 1-344. [A special issue on anonymity with an introduction by Parmentier; many of the articles involve the long 18C.] Parsons, Nicola. Reading Gossip in Early Eighteenth-Century England. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Pp. xii + 212. [Includes an important discussion of prosecution for seditious libel (and thus of the reading of texts, some related to Henry Sacheverell and Edmund Curll. Much attention is given to Mrs. Manley's secret histories and that genre. Rev. (favorably) by Rebecca Bullard in Review of English Studies, 61 (2010), 641-42.] Partington, Gill. Book Destruction from the Medieval to the Contemporary. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. 216. [Without much attention to the long 18C. Rev. by Jeffrey Mifflin in Printing History, n.s. no. 20 (July 2016).] Paschen, Christine. "Der Umgang mit verbotener Literatur in der Amberger Jesuitenbibliothek." Pp. 269-82 in Klosterbibliotheken in der Frьhen Neuzeit: Sьddeutschland, Цsterreich, Schweiz. Akten der Tagung des Wolfenbьtteler Arbeitskreises fьr Bibliotheks-, Buch- und Mediengeschichte und der Stiftsbibliothek St Gallen 28. bis 30. April 2011. (Bibliothek und Wissenschaft, 45.) Edited by Franziska Schnoor and Karl Schmuki. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2012. Pp. vi + 341; illus. Pascoe, Judith. "The Courtroom Theatre of 1794 Treason Trials." In Romantic Theatricality: Gender, Poetry, and Spectatorship. Ithaca, NY: Cornell U. Press, 1997. Pp. 251. Pascual Buxу, Josй. "Una defensa novohispano del teatro." Caliope, 4, nos. 1-2 (1998), 298-310. Pasley, Jeffrey L. "Popular Constitutionalism in Philadelphia: How Freedom of Expression Was Secured by Two Fearless Newspaper Editors." Pennsylvania Legacies, 8, no. 1 (May 2008), 6-11. Pasley, Jeffrey L. "The Tyranny of Printers": Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic. Charlottesville, VA: U. Press of Virginia, 2001. Pp. xviii + 517; appendices; bibliography; illus.; index; maps. [Rev. by John K. Alexander in Journal of the Early Republic, 21 (2001), 714-17; by Susan Branson in Journal of American History, 89 (2002), 619-20; (fav.) by David A. Copeland in Journalism History, 28 (2002), 149; (fav.) by Carol Sue Humphries in American Journalism, 19, no. 2 (Spring 2002), 95-96; Page 84 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 by Richard B. Kielbowicz in Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 110 (2002), 103-04; by Paul David Nord in American Historical Review, 108 (2003), 191-92; by Rosalind Remer in Reviews in American History, 30 (2002), 220-26; (fav.) by William David Sloan in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 79 (2002), 51718; (fav.) by James D. Tagg in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 126 (2002), 500-02; (fav.) by Andie Tucher in William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 58 (2001), 1031-34.] Pasta, Renato. "Dalle carte di Giuseppe Pelli: Lettura e censura a Firenze." Pp. 153-80 in Gli spazi del libro nell'Europa del 18 secolo: Atti del Convegno di Ravenna: 15-16 dicembre 1995. Ed. by Maria Gioia Tavoni and Franзoise Waquet. Bologna: Istituto per i beni artistici culturali e naturali della Regione Emilia Romagna; Patron, 1997. Patterson, Annabel. Censorship and Interpretation: The Condition of Writing and Reading in Early Modern England. Madison: U. of Wisconsin Press, 1984. Pp. ix + 283. [Rev. by Philip Edwards in Renaissance Quarterly, 39 (1986), 325-28; by Blair Worden in Notes and Queries, n.s. 33, no. 2 (1986), 220-21; (fav.) in Scriblerian, 18, no. 1 (Autumn 1985), 88-89.] Peakman, Julie. Lascivious Bodies: A Sexual History of the Eighteenth Century. London: Atlantic Books, 2004. xvii + 348; bibliography, with primary, secondary, manuscript, and trial record sections [320-37]; 51 facsimile illustrations. [Discussing pornography passim and sometimes censorship (e.g., pp. 277-80).] Peakman, Julie. "Memoirs of Women of Pleasure: The Whore Biography." Women's Writing, 11 (2004), 163-84. Peakman, Julie. Mighty Lewd Books: The Development of Pornography in Eighteenth-Century England. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Pp. xii + 263; bibliography [233-51]; 39 illustrations; index. [With a substantial section on the "Erotic Book Trade" (12-44) before illustrated surveys of erotic themes, such as "Sexual Utopias," "Anti-Catholic Erotica," and "Flagellation." Rev. (in a review essay) by Steven N. Zwicker in Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 44 (2004), 674.] Peakman, Julie. The Pleasure's All Mine: A History of Perverse Sex. London: Reaktion Books, 2013. Pp. 472; illus. [Rev. (fav.) by Julia Pine in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 25 (2016), 192-94. Pegenaute Rodrнguez, Luis. "Las Primeras traducciones de Sterne al espaсol y el problema de la censura." Livius: Revista de Estudios de Traducciуn, 1, no. 1 (1992), 133-40. Pelgen, Franz Stephan. "Das Vatikanische Geheimarchiv als Quellenfundus fur Buchhistoriker: Zum apostolischen Bьcherkommissariat und Franz Xaver Anton Frhr. Von Scheben (17111779)." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 15 (2006), 423-29. Pelizaeus, Ludolf. "Strategien der Kontrolle: Die Zensur in Spanien, Portugal und Mexiko 1750 bis 1811." Pp. 207-226 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Pelizaeus, Ludolf, and Franz Stephen Pelgen (eds.). Kontrolle und Nutzung: Medien in geistlichen Gebieten Europas 1680-1800. (Mainzer Studien zur neuren Geschichte, 28.) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011. Pp. xi + 273. [Papers from a 2009 conference in Mainz.] Peсa, Margarita (ed.). La Palabra amordazada: Literatura censurada por la Inquisiciуn. Mexico City: Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autуnoma de Mexico, 2000. Pp. 129. [Covers dances, songs, popular, religious, and satirical literature censored in sixteenth through nineteenth centuries; with censured texts in the Archivo General de la Naciуn.] Peсarroya Cruz, Jaime. La Prohibiciуn de las Indias: Los libros perseguidos. 2 vols. Barcelona: Peсarroya, 1997. Pйrez, Joseph. The Spanish Inquisition: A History. Translated by Janet Lloyd. New Haven: Yale Page 85 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 U. Press, 2005. Pp. vii + 248. [Translation of Brиve histoire de l'inquisition en Espagna (Paris: Fayard, 2002).] Pйrez Andreo, Bernardo. "El Origen de la intolerancia civil y religiosa: Rousseau contra Hume." Verdad y Vida, 71, no. 262 (2013), 95-103. Pйrez Fernбndez, Josй Marнa, and Edward Wilson-Lee. Translation and the Book Trade in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014 [January 2015]. Pp. 284; 8 illustrations. [Devouts chapters to topics such as language, printing, marketing, and censorship, treating several national traditions.] Pйrez-Marchand, Monelisa Lina. Dos etapas ideolуgicas del siglo XVIII en Mйxico: A travйs de los papeles de la Inquisiciуn. 2nd ed. Mexico, D.F.: El Colegio de Mйxico, Centro de Estudios Histуricos, 2005. Pp. 242. Perlmutter, Philip. Legacy of Hate: A Short History of Ethnic, Religious, and racial prejudice in America. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 2000. Pp. 325; index. [Rev. ed. of Divided We Fall.] Peronnet, Michel. "Censure de la Facultй de thйologie contre un livre: L'Histoire philosophique et politique." Pp. 273-85 in Raynal de la polйmique а l'Histoire. (SVEC, 2000-12.) Edited by Gilles Bancarel and Gianluigi Goggi. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000. Pp. xii + 446. [On abbй Guillaume-Thomas Raynal (1713-1796).] Perrin, Jean-Franзois, and Philip Stewart (eds.). Du genre libertin au XVIIIe siиcle. Paris: Desjonquиres, 2004. Pp. 340; index. [Papers from a 2002 colloque at Universitй Stendhal-Grenoble III on "La Littйrature libertine au XVIIIe siиcle," including essays under the subtopics "Dйfinir," "Modйliser," and "Corrйler." Papers include Caroline Fischer's "Littйrature excitante et roman libertin"; Jean Goldzink's "Questions sur la naissance du rйcit libertin des Lumiиres"; Philip Stewart's "Dйfinir la pornographie?"; Christophe Cave's "Libertinage et 'Mйmoires secrets'"; and Benoпt Melanзon's "Йpistolaritй et libertinage: Note sur quelques romans du tournant des Lumiиres."] Perry, Ruth. "Mary Astell's Response to the Enlightenment." Pp. 13-40 in Women and the Enlightenment. Edited by Margaret Hunt, Margaret Jacob, Phyllis Mack, and Ruth Perry. New York: Institute for Research in History, 1984. [Astell opposed religious toleration, such as that advocated by Shaftesbury in A Letter Concerning Enthusiasm.] Peters, Kate. Print Culture and the Early Quakers. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2005. Pp. xiii + 273; illus.; index. [Focused on the seventeenth century, the book includes chapters on "Writing and Authority in the Early Quaker Movement"; "The Production and Readership of Quaker Pamphlets"; "A National Movement: Pamphleteering in East Anglia": "'Women's Speaking Justified': Women and Pamphleteering"; and "Print and Political Participation." Rev. (with other books) by Evan Haefeli in Huntington Library Quarterly, 69 (2006), 469-76.] Pettit, Alexander. "Anxiety, Political Rhetoric, and Historical Drama under Walpole." 1650-1850, 1 (1994), 109-36. Pettit, Alexander. Illusory Consensus: Bolingbroke and the Polemical Response to Walpole, 1730-1737. Newark: U. of Delaware Press, 1997. Pp. 254. [Rev. (fav.) by John Dussinger in 1650-1850, 6 (2001), 378-80.] Pettit, Alexander. "Lord Bolingbroke's Remarks on the History of England and the Rhetoric of Political Controversy." Age of Johnson, 7 (1996), 365-95. [On censorship and strategies by the opposition to avoid it.] Pettit, Alexander. "Mistakes of a Night: Or, Who Does What with Whom, When (and Why) in Eighteenth-Century Pornography." Pp. 123-43 of The Enlightenment by Night: Essays on After-Dark Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. Edited by Serge Soupel and Kevin L. Cope. New York: AMS Press, 2010. Pettit, Alexander. "Rex v. Curll: Pornography and Punishment in Court and on the Page." Studies in the Literary Imagination, 34, no. 1 (Spring 2001), 63-78. Page 86 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Pettit, Alexander, and Patrick Spedding (gen. eds.). Eighteenth-Century British Erotica. Sets I. 5 volumes. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2002. Pp. 2136; index. Set I: Volume 1: Pleasures, Comforts and Plagues of the Early Eighteenth Century, edited by Chris Mounsey and Rictor Norton [pp. xxxi + 373]; Volume 2: Edmund Curll and GrubStreet Highlights, edited by Kevin L. Cope [pp. xviii + 456]; Volume 3: The Geography of Natural History of Mid-Eighteenth-Century Erotica, edited by Patrick Spedding [pp. xvi + 366]; Volume 4: Wilkes and the Late Eighteenth-Century, edited by Barbara M. Benedict [pp. xviii + 361]; Volume 5: Sex Doctors and Sex Crimes, edited by Rictor Norton [pp. xix + 474]. [Rev. by Joseph Pappa in Scriblerian, 37 (2004), 77-79; in a review essay ("British Erotica before and after 1700") by Norbert Schьrer in EighteenthCentury Studies, 37 (2004), 474-78. Facsimile reprints with a general introduction by Pettit and introductory comments by volume editors. A second set of five volumes was published in 2004. Both Parts 1-2 are reviewed (with another book) by Peter Sabor in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 19 (2006), 217-21.] Petzold, Jochen. "Moral Opposition to Gay's Beggar's Opera: William Duncombe's `Evidence' Refuted." Notes and Queries, n.s. 57 (2010), 71-73. Peucker, Paul. "Selection and Destruction in Moravian Archives between 1760 and 1810." Journal of Moravian History, 12 (2012), 170-215. Phillips, John. "Sade and Self-Censorship." Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, no. 1 (2000), 107-18. Pia, Pascal (comp.). Les lives de l'Enfer: Bibliographie critique des ouvrages йrotiques dans leur diffйrentes editions du XVI siиcle а nos jours. Paris: Fayard, 1998. Pp. 887; index. Pierce, Helen. "The Devil's Bloodhound: Roger L'Estrange Caricatured." Pp. 237-54 in Printed Images in Early Modern Britain. Edited by Michael Hunter. Farnham: Ashgate, 2010. Pierrat, Emmanuel. Le Bonheur de vivre en enfer. Paris: M. Sell, 2004. Pp. 125 + [3]. [Essay on literary censorship.] Pittock, Murray. "Burns and the Jacobite Song." Pp. 308-14 in Love and Liberty: Robert Burns: A Bicentenary Celebration. Edited by Kenneth Simpson. East Lothian: Tuckwell, 1997. Pittock, Murray. Material Culture and Sedition, 1688-1760: Treacherous Objects, Secret Places. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Pp. xvi + 226. [Rev. (with another book) by Niall MacKenzie in The Byron Journal, 42, no. 2 (2014), 198-201.] Pittock, Murray. "New Jacobite Songs of the Forty-Five." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 267 (1989), 1-75. [Rev. by Claire Lamont in Scottish Literary Journal, Supplement no. 37 (Winter 1992), 12-14.] Pittock, Murray. "Treacherous Objects: Towards a Theory of Jacobite Material Culture." Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 34 (2011), 39-63. Pittock, Murray G. H. Poetry and Jacobite Politics in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 1994. Pp. xiii + 254; bibliography; index. [On Jacobite culture and literary themes and tropes (cyclical typology--recalling the use of the Old Testament by the Christian church), with attention to minor authors. Rev. (fav.) by Gerald MacLean in Modern Philology, 94 (1997), 534-38. Released in paperback in 2006.] Pizer, Donald. "Self-Censorship and Textual Editing." Pp. 144-61 in Textual Criticism and Literary Interpretation. Edited by Jerome J. McGann. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1985. Pp. xi + 239. Plachta, Bodo. Damnatur--Toleratur--Admittitur: Studien und Dokumente zur literarische Zensur im 18. Jahrhunder. Tьbingen: Neimeyer, 1994. Pp. vi + 250; microfiche; indices. [Rev. by Birgit Nehren in Aufklдrung, 10, no. 1 (1998), 131-35; by P. Vodosek in Germanistik, 35 (1994), 462, item 2801; by W. E. Yates in Modern Language Review, 91 (1996), 1035-36;.] Placta, Bodo. "Lьcken-Striche-Einschwдrzungen." Pp. 129-47 of Justitiabilitдt und Page 87 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Rechtmдssigkeit: Verrechtlichungsprozesse von Literatur und Film in der Moderne. Edited by Claude D. Conter. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. Pp. 286. [On censorship of eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.] Plachta, Bodo. "Zensur: Eine Institution der Auklдrung?" Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert und Цsterreich, 17 (2002), 153-66. Plachta, Bodo. "Zensur und Textgenese." Editio, 13 (1999), 35-52. Plata Parga, Fernando. "Inquisiciуn y censura en el siglo XVIII: El Parnaso espaсol de Quevedo." Perinola: Revista de Investigaciуn Quevediana, 1 (1997), 173-88; illustrations. Platania, Gaetano. Processi per lettura di libri proibiti in Friuli: Approccio statistico. (testi e studi, 6.) Udine: Del Bianco, 1988. Pp. 61. Plongeron, Bernard. "De la rйforme aux Lumiиres: Tolйrance et libertй: Autour d'une fausse idйe." Recherches de sciences religieuses, 78 (1990), 41-72. Plumauzille, Clyde. "Les libelles saisis pour raison de moralitй: Inscription sociale et culturelle de la pornographie sous le Directoire." M.A. thesis. Paris: Universitй de Paris I: Panthйon-Sorbonne, [September] 2005. Pp. 175. Polastrun, Lucien Xavier. Livres en feu: Histoire de la destruction sans fin des bibliothиques. Paris: Denoлl, 2004. Pp. 429; colored illustrations; index. [Translated into English by John E. Graham as Books on Fire: The Destruction of Libraries throughout History (Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, 2007). Pp. xii + 331.] Pollard, M[ary]. Dublin's Trade in Books, 1550-1800. (Lyell Lectures, 1986-1987.) Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989. Pp. xvi + 280; appendix [pages from "Daybook of Samuel Helsham, Bookseller, March-May 1685"; bibliography; 9 graphs; 8 illustrations; index; 8 tables. [Chapter 1 is entitled "Legal Restraints and Censorship."] Pollard, M[ary]. "Who's for Prison? Publishing Swift in Dublin." Swift Studies, 14 (1999), 37-49. [Info. on careers of printers like John Harding.] Pollock, Grace. "Signs of Secrecy: The Politics of Scandal in Eighteenth-Century England." PhD dissertation, McMaster University, 2007. Dissertation Abstracts International, 68A, no. 6 (2007), 2467. Poot Herrera, Sara. "Que mi tintero es la hoguera donde tengo que quemarme . . .?': Sor Juana." Revista de Humanidades: Tecnolуgico de Monterrey, 9 (2000), 25-35. Popkin, Jeremy D. "Buchhandel und Presse im napoleonischen Deutschland." (Translated by Beate Popkin). Archive fьr Geschichte des Buchwesens, 26 (1986), 285-96; summary in English and French. Popkin, Jeremy D.. "La Censura nel mondo atlantico del Settecento." Pp. 225-42 in La Censura nel secolo dei Lumi: Una visione internazionale. Edited by Edoardo Tortarolo. Turin: UTET Libreria, 2011. Popkin, Jeremy D. "Pamphlet Journalism at the End of the Old Regime." EighteenthCentury Studies, 22, no. 3 (Spring 1989), 351-67. [In part on the arrest of PierreJacques Le Maitre in 1785 and the treatment of clandestine publications.] Popkin, Jeremy D. Revolutionary News: The Press in France, 1789-1799. Durham: Duke U. Press, 1990. Pp. xx + 217; bibliography [187-209]; illus.; index; tables. [Rev. by Lise Andries in Dix-huitiиme-siиcle, 23 (1991), 495; by Jeremy Black in History, 76 (1991), 511-12; by Pascal Bourdon in Journalism Quarterly, 68 (1991), 860-61.] Porret, Michel. "Etouffer l'obscйnitй: La censure discrиte des 'livres infects' а Genиve dans la seconde moitiй du XVIIIe siиcle." Equinoxe, 19 (1998), 105-16. Porret, Michel. "Expertises typographico-lйgales et censure des imprimйs au XVIIIe siиcle: L'Exemple genevois." Lettre Clandestine, 7 (1998), 73-88. Porret, Michel. "Lumiиres et pornographie." Equinoxe, 19 (1998), 11-22. Porter, Roy. "The Secrets of Generation Display'd: Aristotle's Master-Piece in EighteenthCentury England." Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, no. 3 (October 1985), 1-16. Page 88 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Porter, Roy, and Lesley Hall. The Facts of Life: The Creation of Sexual Knowledge in Britain, 1650-1950. New Haven: Yale U. Press, 1995. Pp. xii + 415; illus. Poulain, Martine. Censures: De la Bible aux "Larmes d'Йros." Paris: Editions du Centre Pompidou; Biblliothиque Publique d'Information 1987. Pp. 216. Powers, Elizabeth (ed.). Freedom of Speech: The History of An Idea. (Aperзus: Histories Texts Cultures.) Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2011. Pp. xxvii + 227; chronological appendices with "Milestones in the History of Freedom of Speech"; bibliography; index. [In addition to Powers' introduction and conclusion, there are eight essays (most originally presented as lectures in the Columbia University seminar on the eighteenth century, in a thematic series organized by Powers): Jonathan I. Israel's "Libertas Philosophandi in the Eighteenth Century: Radical Enlightenment versus Moderate Enlightenment (1750-1776)" (1-18); Joris van Eijnatten's "In Praise of Moderate Enlightenment: A Taxonomy of Early Modern Arguments in Favor of Freedom of Speech" (19-44); John Christian Laursen's "Cynicism as an Ideology behind Freedom of Expression in Denmark-Norway" (45-60); Douglas Smith's "Alexander Radischchev's "Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow and the Limits of Freedom of Speech in the Reign of Catherine the Great" (61-80); Paula Sutter Fichtner's "Print versus Speech: Censoring the Stage in Eighteenth-Century Vienna" (81-102); Javier Fernбndez Sebastiбn's "The Crisis of the Hispanic World: Tolerance and the Limits of Freedom of Expression in a Catholic Society" (103-32); Helena Rosenblatt's "Rousseau, Constant, and the Emergence of the Modern Notion of Freedom of Speech" (133-64); and Lee Morrissey's "Towards an Archaeology of the First Amendment's Free Speech Protections" (165-90). The milestones in the appendices are grouped into three: The Netherlands and Britain, Northern Europe, the Habsburg lands and Russia, and Spain (199-214). Rev. by W. Gareth Jones in Journal of European Studies, 43 (2013), 76-78; (favorably) by Wesley McMasters in Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 26, no. 2 (October 2012), 32-34; by Paul McMenemy in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36 (2013), 17-312-13.] Prado Moura, Angel de. Las hogueras de la intolerancia: La actividad represora del Tribunal Inquisitorial de Valladolid (1700-1834). Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y Leуn, Consejerнa de Educaciуn y Cultura, 1996. Pp. 252; charts; maps. Pratt, T. M. "The Censoring of an Eighteenth-Century Epic." Romance Studies, 25 (1995), 4557. [On the abbйde la Baume-Desdosset's La Christiade.] Preciosa Izquierdo, Francisco. "El discurso antifrancйs de un borbonista espaсol: Macanaz ante `El Siglo Luis XIV,' de Voltaire." Cuadernos de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, 25 (2015), 285-30. Press, Steven Michael. "False Fires: The Wartburg Book-Burning of 1817." Central European History, 42 (2009), 621-46. Preto, Paola. I servizi segreti di Venezia: Spionaggio e controspionaggio ai tempi della Serenissima. Milan: Il Saggiatore, 1994; pp. 672; illus.; index. [Reprinted in 2016.] Prosperi, Adriano. "Anime in trappola: Confessione e censura ecclesiastica all'Universitа di Pisa tra `500 e `600." Belfagor, 54, no. 3 (1999), 257-87. Prosperi, Adriano (ed.) with the assistance of Vincenzo Lavenia, and John Tedeschi. Dizionario storico dell'Inquisizione. 4 vols. Pisa: Edizioni della Normale, 2010. Pp. 1700+. [Vols. 13 are the dictionary proper; Vol. 4 contains Apparati.] Putnam, William Lowell. John Peter Zenger and the Fundamental Freedom. Foreword by Paul Sweitzer. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 1997. Pp. xii + 193; index. Quaglioni, Diego. "Il notaio nel processo inquisitorio." Pp. 5-14 of La documentazione degli organi giudiziari nell'Italia tardo-medievale e moderno: Atti del convegno di studi, Siena, Archivio di Stato, 15-17 settembre 2008. 2 vols. (Pubblicazioni degli archivi di Stato, Saggi, 109.) Edited by Andrea Giorgi, Stefano Moscadelli, and Carla Zarrilli. Page 89 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Rome: Ministerio per i beni e le attivitа culturali, 2012. Pp. xiii + 1248. Quantin, Jean-Louis. "La Constitution d'un recueil de textes clandestins." Dix-huitiиme siиcle, 26 (1994), 349-64. [On a collection of anti-Christian manuscripts now at the Sйlestat Bibliothиque Humaniste.] Quignard, Marie-Franзoise, and Raymond-Josuй Seckel (eds.). L'Enfer de la Bibliothиque: Йros au secret. Paris: Bibliothиque nationale de France, 2007. Pp. 460; illustrations. [On increasing censorship in the early nineteenth century.] Raabe, Paul, and Hellmut G. Haasis. Der Zensur zum Trotz: Das gefesselte Wort und die Freiheit in Europa. Weinheim: VCH: Acta Humaniora, 1991. Pp. ix + 317 + [30] of plates; catalogue for an exhibition at the Herzog August Bibliothek ; illus. Rabell, Carmen R. "Under the Law: Rewriting the Italian Novella in Counter-Reformation Spain." Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia U. DAI, 60A, no. 12 (June 2000), 4417. Rabboni, Renzo (ed.). Il Calamaio del padre inquisitore: "Istoria della carcerazione del dottor Tommaso Crudeli di Poppi" e della processura formata contro di lui nel tribunale del S. Offizio di Firenze. With an essay by Marco Cerruti. Udine: Istituto di studi storici Tommaso Crudeli, 2003. Pp. 398; illus. [The manuscript "Istoria della carcerazione del . . . Crudeli" "fu stesa da Luca Antonio Corsi e revista da Crudeli" (preserved at the Biblioteca Estense di Modena, which is listed by OCLC as a corporate author). Rabboni's introduction runs 9-206; the essay by Cerruti ("Arresti, carceri, tormenti nella letteratura del Settecento"), 371-84. Pages of the manuscript are reproduced (364-67). Rev. by Roberta Turchi in Rassegna della Letteratura Italiana, ser. 9, 109 (2005), 581.] Rahmede, Stephanie. Die Buchhandlung der Gelehrten zu Dessau: Ein Beitrag zur Schriftstelleremanzipation um 1800. (Taschenbuch.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2008. Pp. 168. [Rev. by Andrew Piper in SHARP News, 18, no. 4 (Autumn 2009), 17-18.] Ramнrez Aledуn, Germбn. "Joaquнn Lorenzo Villanueve y la polйmica sobre la carta del obispo Grйgoire contra la Inquisiciуn Espaсola en 1798." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 13 (2005), 13-54; summary. Ramos Soriano, Josй Abel. "Inquisiciуn y cultura novahispana: Repercusiones de la censura de libros." Pp. 423-29 in Inquisiciуn novohispana. Edited by Noemн Quezada, Martha Eugenia Rodriguez, and Marcela Suбrez. Mexico City: U. Nacional Autуnoma de Mйxico, 2000. Ramos Soriano, Josй Abel. "Reglamentaciуn de la circulaciуn de libros en Nueva Espaсa." Pp. 123-32 in Seminario de Historia de las Mentalidades: Del dicho al hecho . . . Transgresiones y pautas culturales en la Nueva Espaсa. (Cientifica series, 180.) Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Antropologнa y Historia, 1989. Pp. 147. Rao, Anna Maria (ed.). Editoria e cultura a Napoli nel XVIII secolo: Atti del convegno organizzato dall'Istituto Universitario Orientale, . . . 5-7 dicembre 1996. Naples: Liguori, 1998. Pp. xi + 951; illus. [Includes many relevant essays: Rao's "Mercato e privilege" (173-99); Eugenio Di Rienzo and Marina Formica's "Tra Napoli e Roma: Censura e commercio librario" (201-36); Mario Infelise's "Gli scambi librari venetonapoletani: Fonti e tendenze" (237-50);Elvira Chiosi's "Chiesa e editorial a Napoli nel Settecento" (311-31); Maria Consiglia Napoli's "Editoria clandestina e censura ecclesiastica a Napoli all'inizio del Settecento" (333-51); Aniello D'Iorio's "La Stamperia reale dei Borbone di Napoli: Origini e consolidamento" (353-89); Maria Luisa Perna's "L'universocomunicativo di Antonio Genovesi" (391-404); Maria Grazia Maiorini's "Stato e editorial: Controllo e propaganda politica durante la reggenza" (40526); Luca Covino's "Stampa e burocrazia in una supplica degli stampatori napoletani del 1786" (427-45); and Mario Battaglini's "Tipografie e librerie nella Repubblica napoletana" (627-40); Vincenzo Trombetta's "La circolazione dei saperi nella seconda metа del Settecento nei cataloghi del libri in commercio" (778-811).] Rao, Anna Maria. Il riformismo borbonico a Napoli, in il secolo del lumi e delle riforme. Milan: Page 90 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Teti, 1989. Pp. 205. Rapisarda, Michele. "Le carte della libertа: Simboli e allegorie nelle intestazioni italiane dell'etа napoleonica" [1797-1802]. Charta, no. 14 (March-April 2011), 80-85. Rapetti, Elena. "Contributo allo studio della Censura Philosophiae Cartesianae di Pierre Daniel Huet [1630-1721]: Recognizione del materiale inedito ad essa relativo." Rivista Filosofia Neo-Scolastica, 87, no. 3 (1995), 371-421. Rauser, Amelia. "The Butcher-Kissing Duchess of Devonshire: Between Caricature and Allegory in 1784." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, no. 1 (Fall 2002), 23-46; illlus. Rautenberg, Ursula (ed.). Buchwissenschaft in Deutschland: Ein Handbuch. 2 vols. Berlin: De Gruyter-Saur, 2010. Pp. xxx + 1109; index. [With essays by experts on theoretical topics and historical subject fields, such as Beate Mьller's "Zensorforschung: Paradigmen Konzepte, Theorien" (321-410). Rev. (favorably, while indexing contents) by John L. Flood in The Library, 7th series, 12 (2011), 187-88.] Rawson, Claude (ed.). Politics and Literature in the Age of Swift: English and Irish Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Pp. 312; 9 illustrations; index. [With two essays on Swift's publication strategies: James McLaverty's "Swift and the Art of Political Publication: Hints and Title Pages, 1711-1714" and Valerie Rumbold's "Fanatic Partridge: Swift's Holy Week Hoax." Rev. by Michael Austin in ECCB, n.s. 36 (for 2010) [2014], 540; by Aaron Santesso in Eighteenth-Century Fiction's last issue (25.2 [Winter 2013], 460-62.] Raybould, Robin. "A Cautionary Tale." Book Collector, 65, no. 1 (2016), 83-88. [On Catholic persecution of a Protestant bookseller in Strasbourg in 1728.] Raymond, Joad. "'A Mercury with a Winged Conscience': Marchamont Nedham, Monopoly and Censorship." Media History, 4, no. 1 (1998), 7-18. Razzolini, Chiara. "Le soppressioni degli istituti religiosi e le biblioteche pubbliche in Toscana." Pp. 51-61 in .). Hic liber est: 700 anni di segni sui libri, biblioteche e collezionismo a Siena. Edited by Daniele Danesi. Siena: Biblioteca comunale degli Intronati, 2009. Pp. 77; catalogue; illus. Real, Hermann Josef. "'A Printer Brave enough to Venture his Eares': Defoe, Swift, and the Pillory." Swift Studies, 25 (2010), 165-55. [On clipping ears, a worse punishment than the pillory and sometimes combined with it.] Real, Hermann Josef. "Zensur zur Zeit Jonathan Swifts und Mцglichkeiten ihrer Verhinderung." Pp. 145-68 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Rebellato, Elisa. La Fabbrica dei divieti: Gli indici dei libri proibiti da Clemente VIII a Benedetto XIV. (Il Sapere del libro.) Milan: Edizioni Sylvestre Bonnard, 2008. Pp. 394; appendices; bibliography; indices (of printers & publishers and of names). [A study of the roughly 200 editions of the Index of proscribed books issued between 1596 and 1758 and thus of the Index as a censorship system, with an appended bibliography describing the editions of the Roman index: "Bibliografia delle edizioni degli indici dei libri proibiti, 1596-1758" (pp. 272-373), as well as "Il Syllabus bolognese del 1618" (237-71). Rev. (favorably) by Anna Giulia Cavagna in Library, 7th series, 10 (2009), 77-79; by Patrizia Delpiano in Revista Storica Italiana, 121 (2009), 945-50; by Rudj Gorian in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 12 (December 2009), 13-14.] Rees, Christine. "Johnson Reads Areopagitica." Age of Johnson, 14 (2003), 1-21. Reichelt, Dieter. "August Friedrich Cranz--Ein Kgl. PreuЯischer Kriegsrat als freier Schriftsteller: Nachricht ьber einige seiner merkwьrdigen Zensurauseinandersetzungen." Leipziger Jahrbuch zur Buchgeschichte, 5 (1995), 39-85. Reid, Christopher. "Whig Declamation and Rhetorical Freedom at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1770-1805." Review of English Studies, 64 (2013), 630-50. Page 91 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Reinders, Michel. Printed Pandemonium: Popular Print and Politics in the Netherlands, 1650-1672. (Library of the Written Word, 23; The Handpress World, 17.) Leiden: Brill, 2013. Pp. xii + 271; bibliography; illustrations; index. Renda, Francesco. L'inquisizione in Sicilia: I fatti, le persone. Palermo: Sellerio, 1997. Pp. 474; index. Renwick, John. "Voltaire and the Politics of Toleration." Pp. 179-92 in The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire. Edited by Nicholas Cronk. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Reyes Gуmez, Fermнn de los. El Libro en Espaсa y Amйrica: Legislaciуn y censura (Siglos XVXVIII). (Instrumento Bibliolуgica.) 2 vols. Madrid: Arco Libros, 2000. Pp. 1466; appendices include a chronological list of legal documents; bibliography; indices. Reyes Gуmez, Fermнn de los. "Publicar en el Antiguo Rйgimen." Pp. 287-330 of Vol. 1 of Historia de la Literatura jurнdica en la Espaсa del Antiguo Rйgimen. Madrid: Marcial Pons, 2000. Ribas, Nicolas de. "La diбspora jesuita en Italia: Movilizaciones emancipadoras y reflexiones patriуticas a finales del siglo XVIII." Forum for Inter-American Research, 5, no. 2 (2012). Unpaginated e-journal at http://www.interamerica.de/. Richter, David. "The Closing of Masterpiece Theater: Henry Fielding and the Valorization of Incoherence." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 37 (1996), 195-204. Richter, Elisabeth-Marie. "England im Fokus von Indexkongregation und Inquisition im 18. Jahrhundert." Pp. 227-244 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Rigogne, Thierry. Between State and Market: Printing and Bookselling in Eighteenth-Century France. Foreword by Robert Darnton. (SVEC, 2007: 05.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2007. Pp. xiii + 313; bibliography; illustrations; index; maps; tables. [A study of the French book trade focused around information from a survey of the trade in the 1760s. Significant observations include better relations between authorities and the trade and the growth in the provincial trade at the end of the old regime. Rev. (with other books in a review essay) by Clorinda Donato in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 47, no. 1 (Fall 2013), 69-73; by Jeffrey Freedman in American Historical Review, 115 (2010), 619-20; by Christine Haynes in Journal of Modern History, 81 (2009), 425-26; by Albert Labarre in Bulletin du Bibliophile (2011), c. 187-88; (favorably) by Jeremy D. Popkin in H-France Review, 8 (2008), 235-37; by Paola Salerni in Studi francesi, 52 (2008), 659-60.] Ringham, Felizitas. "Authority and the Novel at the End of the Reign of Louis XIV." Seventeenth-Century French Studies, 14 (1992), 81-95. Riva, Fernando. "San Jerуnimo en el eje de la polйmica en torno de la Carta atenagуria de Sor Juana Inйs de la Cruz." Hispanic Review, 82, no. 1 (Winter 2014), 1-20. [On polemics surrounding Sor Juana Inйs de la Cruz's Carta atenagуria (1690), with Sor Juana and her defenders employing St. Jerome's defense of women's right to study.] Rivington, Charles A. "Tyrant": The Story of John Barber, 1675-1741: Jacobite Lord Mayor of London and Printer and Friend to Dr. Swift. York: William Sessions, 1989. Pp. viii + 311; illus. Rizza, Cecilia. Libertinage et literature. Paris: Nizet, 1996. Pp. 244. Roberts, Hugh. "Obscenity in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century France." French Studies, 67 (2013), 535-42. Roberts, Marie Mulvey, and Hugh Ormsby-Lennon (eds.). Secret Texts: The Literature of Secret Societies. New York: AMS Press, 1995. Pp. xv + 349. Robertson, Randolph A. [i.e., Randy]. "The Subtle Art of Division: Censorship and Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England." Ph.D. dissertation, U. of Washington, 2002. Dissertation Abstracts Internationale, 63A, no. 10 (April 2003), 3565. Robertson, Randy. "Censors of the Mind: Samuel Pepys and the Restoration Licensers." Page 92 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Dalhousie Review, 85 (2005), 181-94. Robertson, Randy. Censorship and Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England: The Subtle Art of Division. University Park: Penn State U. Press, 2009. Pp. xvi + 272; bibliography; index. [Includes discussions of Prynne, Lovelace, Milton, Marvell, Dryden, and Swift. The fourth chapter is "The Delicate Art of Anonymity and Attribution"; the fifth, "The Battle of the Books: Swift's Leviathan and the End of Licensing." Robertson has a related online database of 2600 works noticed or censored by authorities, "The British Index, 1641-1700" (http:susqu.academia.edu/Randy.Robertson/Papers). Rev. (favorably, esp. for the empirical platform) by Maureen Bell in SHARP News, 19, no. 2 (Spring 2010), 78; by Bill Blake in Restoration, 34, nos. 1-2 (2010), 170-72; (mixed) by Cyndia Susan Clegg in Scriblerian, 44, no. 1 (2011), 84-86; by Kirk Combe in Notes and Queries, n.s. 57, no. 4 (2010), 597-99; by Nicole Greenspan in Seventeenth-Century News, 68, no. 3-4 (2010), 219-21; by Mark Knights in Journal of British Studies, 50 (2011), 746-47; by Philip Major in Modern Language Review, 105 (2010), 841-42; by Nigel Smith in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 46, no. 3 (Spring 2013), 451-53.] Robertson, Randy. "Letter: `To the Editors: Cyndia Clegg's review of Censorship and Conflict in Seventeenth-CenturyEngland . . ." [untitled response to a review of Robertson's book in the same journal (in its Autumn 2011 issue, 44.1: 84-86), stressing points about the government's suppressive practices and noting the online index of materials censored in the British Isles and North America 1641-1700 at http://susqu.academia.edu/RandyRobertson]. Scriblerian, 44, no. 2 - 45, no. 1 (2012), 144. Robertson, Randy. "Swift's Leviathan and the End of Licensing." Pacific Coast Philology, 40, no. 2 (2005), 38-55. Robertson, Randy, and Garth Libhart. "Castrating Rochester: the Politics of the Poems in the 1680s." Huntington Library Quarterly, 75, no. 4 (Winter 2012), 503-25; English summary. [On the Thornsome edition of Rochester's poems (1685), in which nine poems are omitted and others are rewritten in tamer language.] Roche, Daniel. "Censorship and the Publishing Industry." Pp. 3-26 of of Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Edited by Robert Darnton and Daniel Roche. Introduction by Darnton. Berkeley: U. of California Press, in collaboration. Rodrнguez Morнn, Felipe. "La `impнa' imprenta y librerнa mallorquina de Miguel Domingo (18101814)." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 19 (2013), 365-90; summary. [Miguel Domingo brought a liberal press and bookshop to Palma de Mallorca in 1810, making enemies of conservative booksellers and others in the community; he later paid for his promotion of reforms emenating from the Cбdiz Cortes when Fernando IV and old laws were restored.] Roegiers, Jan. "At the Origin of Revolution: Printing in Exile." Quaerendo, 38 (2008), 322-32. [That is the Brabant Revolution of 1787-1790, against Josephus II. Roegiers highlights important printers and authors of anonymous pamphlets in the progaganda war for liberty, many of which were published Liege or other cities abroad. Special attention is given to author-printer J. J. Michel and a few others. After the short-lived United Belgian States was established, after a flood of pamphlets, press censorship was enforced, driving the press into exile in France.] Rogers, Pat. "Nameless Names: Pope, Curll, and the Uses of Anonymity." New literary history, 33 (2002), 233-45. Rogers, Pat. "Nathaniel Mist, Daniel Defoe, and the Perils of Publishing." Library, 7th series, 10 (2009), 298-313. Rogers, Pat, and Paul Baines. "The Prosecutions of Edmund Curll, 1725-28." Library, 7th series, 5 (2004), 176-94. Rogers, Pat, and Regina Hewitt (eds.). Orthodoxy and Heresy in Eighteenth-Century Society: Page 93 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Essays from the DeBartolo Conference. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell U. Press, 2002. Pp. 293. [Includes Rogers' "Apocalypse Then: Pope and the Prophets of Dulness" (112-33) and other essays. Rev. by Roger D. Lund in Modern Philology, 101 (2004), 615-18.] Rogers, Shef (comp.). "The Use of Royal Licences for Printing in England, 1695-1760: A Bibliography." Library, 7th series, 1, no. 2 (2000), 133-93. Romero Ferrer, Alberto. "Censura y represiуn: Sobre teatro y polнtica en el Cбdiz de Fernando VII (1814-1833)." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 10 (2002), 105-21; summary. Romeo, Giovanni. L'Inquisizione nell'Italia moderna. (Biblioteca Essenziale Laterza, 48.) Bari (Rome): Laterza, 2002. Pp. 149. [The 2009 reissue is called the 6th edition.] Roper, Alan. "Innuendo in the Restoration." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 100 (2001), 22-39. Rose, Judith. "Prophesying Daughters: Testimony, Censorship, and Literacy among Early Quaker Women." Critical Survey, 14, no. 1 (2002), 93-111. Rose, Mark. "Copyright, Authors, and Censorship." Pp. 118-31 in The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain. Vol. 5: 1695-1830. Ed. by Michael F. Suarez and Michael L. Turner. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2009. Pp. xxvi + c. 960; bibliography [860-940]; illus.; indices. Rosen, David, and Aaron Santesso. Watchman in Pieces: Surveillance, Literature and Liberal Personhood. New Haven: Yale U. Press, 2013. Pp. 376. [Winner of the MLA's James Russell Lowell Prize. Rev. by David Mikics in Modern Language Quarterly, 76 (2015), 97-99.] Rosenberg, Daniel. "The Library of the Disaster." Romantic Review, 103, nos. 3-4 (2012), 31729. [On Diderot, Louis-Sйbastien Mercier (his L'An deux mille quatre cent quarante {1770}), and other French authors and the theme of book destruction. In an issue entitled "Eighteenth-Century Authorship," edited by Joanna Stalnaker.] Rosenberg, Norman L. Protecting the Best Men: An Interpretive History of the Law of Libel. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986. Pp. xii + 369; bibliography. Rosenfeld, Richard N. American Aurora: A Democratic-Republican Returns: The Suppressed History of Our Nation's Beginnings and the Heroic Newspaper that Tried To Report It. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. Pp. xi + 988; illus. Rosenfield, Sophia. "Writing the History of Censorship in the Age of Enlightenment." In Postmodernism and the Enlightenment: New Perspectives in Eighteenth-Century French Intellectual History. Ed. by Daniel Gordon. New York: Routledge, 2001. Rosenstrauch, Hazel. "Buchhandelsmanufaktur und Aufklдrung: Die Reformen des Buchhдndlers und Verlegers Ph. E. Reich (1717-1787): Sozialgeschichtliche Studie zur Entwicklung des literarischen Marktes. Archiv fьr Geschichte des Buchwesens, 26 (1986), 1-129; summary in English and French. Rosenthal, Laura J. Infamous Commerce: Prostitution in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture. Ithaca, NY: Cornell U. Press, 2006. Pp. 288. [Rev. by Katherine Binhammer in Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, 27, no. 1 (Spring 2008), 173-75; by David M. Turner in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 20, no. 2 (May 2011), 422-26; by James Grantham Turner in Eighteenth-Century Life, 33, no. 1 (Winter 2009), 97-105.] Rosenthal, Laura J. (ed.). Nightwalkers: Prostitute Narratives from the Eighteenth Century. Peterborough: Broadview, 2008. Pp. xxxii + 229; bibliography. Rosenthal, Laura J. "Obscenity and Work in Early-Eighteenth-Century British Fictions." PMLA, 127, no. 4 (2012), 947-53. [In the special section "Theories and Methodologies" within an issue devoted to "Work."] Rosetti, Mariana. "La prбctica de la libertad civil: La polйmica de Servando Teresa de Mier y Josй Blanco White en la fragmentaciуn de la monarquнa espaсola." Dieciocho, 37 (2014), Page 94 of 116
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Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Circle, 33 (2002), 146-47; by Gregory Claeys in a review essay ("The 1790s") in Journal of British Studies, 42 (2003), 389-95; by Stuart Curran in Albion, 34 (2002), 660-61; by Simon Dentith in MLR, 98 (2003), 972-73; by GGary Dyerdoe in European Romantic Review, 14, no. 3 (2003), 387-90; by Owen Grumbling in Studies in Romanticism, 46 (2007), 550-53; (with another book) by Helen Oesterheld in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36 (2002), 122-24.] Scrivener, Michael. "Trials in Romantic-Era Writing: Modernity, Guilt, and the Scene of Justice." Wordsworth Circle, 35, no. 3 (2004), 128-33. Seaward, Louise. "Censorship through Cooperation: The Sociйtй Typographique de Neuchвtel and the French Government, 1769-89." French History, 28, no. 1 (March 2014), 23-42. Sebastiбn, Javier Fernбndez. "The Crisis of the Hispanic World: Tolerance and the Limits of Freedom of Expression in a Catholic Society." Pp. 103-32 in Freedom of Speech: The History of An Idea. (Aperзus: Histories Texts Cultures.) Edited by Elizabeth Powers. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2011. Seguin, Maria Susana. "Challe et la pensйe clandestine." Pp. 291-303 in Robert Challe: Sources et hйritages. Louvain, Belgium: Peeters, 2003. Pp. viii + 314. Sйitй, Yannick. "Censure et narratologie: Les Exemples de De l'esprit et de La Nouvelle Hйloпse." Pp. 205-22 of La Libertй de pensйe. (Licorne, 61.) Edited by Franзois Lecercle. Poitiers: UFR Langues Littйratures, U. de Poitiers, 2002. Pp. 255. Seitz, Jonathan. Witchcraft and Inquisition in Early Modern Venice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Pp. xi + 286. [Of bibliographical note are chapters entitled "The Exorcist's Library" and "The Inquisitor's Library."] Selles, Otto H. "Voltaire, `apфtre de la tolйrance': Les Йloges de Palissot et La Harpe (17781780)." Studies of Volatire and the Eighteenth Century (SVEC), 2008: 4 (2008), 255-67. Selwyn, Pamela S. Everyday Life in the German book Trade: Friedrich Nicolai as Bookseller and Publisher in the Age of Enlightenment, 1750-1810. (Penn State Series in the History of the Book.) University Park, PA: Penn State U. Press, 2000. Pp. xvi + 419; appendix; bibliography; index. [Treats censorship. Rev. by Arnd Bohm in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36 (2002), 286-88; (favorably) by Robert L. Dawson in Libraries and Culture, 37 (2002), 390-92; by Holger Hanowell in ECCB, n.s. 26 (for 2000 [c. 2006]); (fav.) by Marie-Luise Spieckermann in SHARP News, 12, no. 3 (Summer 2003), 10.] Semonche, John E. Censoring Sex: A Historical Journey through American Media. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007. Pp. viii + 301. [Rev. by Dane S. Claussen in Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85 (2008), 447-48.] "A Sentimental Journey and the Index Librorum Prohibitorum." The Shandean, 3 (1991), 183-87; 4 illus. [Author untraced but listed among notes at end of volume in journal's contents pages on the WWW.] Shaddock, Roger. Forbidden Knowledge: From Prometheus to Pornography. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. Pp. 369. Shanafelt, Carrie. "Vicarious Sex and the Vulnerable Eighteenth-Century Reader." LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory, 24 (2013), 261-77. [Treats John Cleland and Henry Fielding while examining the attitude and effect of realistic depictions of sex.] Shank, Derek. "'With Drops of Sperme Pure White & Menstrous Bloud': Sodom's Smut and the Politics of the Prick." Restoration, 38, no. 2 (Fall 2014), 21-41. [Sodom contains a "critique of Hobbes's political philosophy."] Shapiro, Alexander H. "Political Theory and the Growth of Defensive Safeguards in Criminal Procedures: The Origin of the Treason Trial Act of 1696." Law and History Review, 11 (1993), 249-51. Sharpe, Kevin. "Religion, Rhetoric, and Revolution in Seventeenth-Century England." Huntington Library Quarterly, 57 (1994), 255-99. Shell, Alison. "Publishing Pompeii: A Study of Cultural Censorship." Biblion, 4, no. 2 (Spring Page 99 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 1996), 17-34; illus. [On how political and moral considerations led the Bourbon monarchy to control "the distribution of published information."] Sheridan, Geraldine. "Censorship and the Book Trade in France in the Early Eighteenth Century: Langlet-Dufresnoy's Mйthode pour йtudier l'histoire." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 241 (1986), 95-107. Sheridan, Geraldine. Nicolas Lenglet Dufresnoy and the Literary Underworld of the Ancien Rйgime. (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 262.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation at the Taylor Institution, 1989. Pp. ix + 433; bibliography [primary sources, 281-404; manuscript sources, 405-09; secondary sources, 410-18]. [Rev. (favorably) by Sean O Cathasaigh in Modern Language Review, 86 (1991), 1024-25; by J. Lough in British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 14 (1991), 106; (favorably) by Richard E. A. Waller in French Studies, 47 (1993), 76-77. Sheridan's Ph.D. thesis was a career study of this author (U. of Warwick, 1980).] Shields, David S., Caroline Sloat, et al. Liberty! Йgalitй! Independencia! Print Culture, Enlightenment, and Revolution in the Americas, 1776-1838. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society (distributed by New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press), 2007. Pp. 216. [Papers from a 2006 conference at the American Antiquarian Society as well as Shields' James Russell Wiggins Lecture, exploring the relations of print culture and revolution, ranging throughout the Americas and France.] Shiffrin, Steven H., and Jesse H. Choper. First Amendment: Cases, Comments, Questions. 4th ed. St. Paul, MN: Thomson/West, 2006. Pp. 701. [First published by Shiffin in 1991. Intended for use in law schools.] Shoemaker, Robert B. "The Decline of Public Insult in London 1660-1800." Past and Present, no. 169 (November 2000), 97-131. Shuger. Deborah. Censorship & Cultural Sensibility: The Regulation of Language in TudorStuart England. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. Pp. 346; bibliography; index. [Rev. by James Carley in TLS (8 June 2007), 25-26; by Alexandra Halasz in Renaissance Quarterly, 59 (2006), 1297-98.] Shuger, Debora. "'Paper Bullets': Text, Lies, Censorship in Early Modern England." Pp. 163-96 in Solon and Thespis: Law and Theater in the English Renaissance. Edited by Dennis Kezar. Notre Dame: Notre Dame U. Press, 2007. Pp. viii + 294. Siebert, Harold. "Kircher and His Critics: Censorial Practice and Pragmatic Disregard in the Society of Jesus." In Athanasius Kircher: The Last Man Who Knew Everything. Edited by Paula Findlen. New York: Routledge, 2004. Pp. xii + 465; bibliography; illus.; index. Siess, Jьrgen. Qu'est-ce que la tolйrance? Perspectives sur Voltaire. (Publications du Centre International d'Йtude du XVIIIe siиcle, 12.) Ferney-Voltaire: Centre International d'йtude du XVIIIe siиcle, 2002. Pp. 174. [These papers from a 2000 conference in Jerusalem include a section on "Le contexte," with essay such as "Voltaire, les Juifs et l'Europe," and another on "Discours et argumentation," with Carole Dornier's "Critique de l'autorit et autoritй de la critique dans le Traitй sur la tolйrance." Rev. by Jeroom Vercruysse in Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France, 104 (2004), 215-16.] Sikora, Michael. "'Ьber die Veredlung des Soldaten': Positionsbestimmungen zwischen Militдr und Aufklдrung." Aufklдrung, 11, no. 2 (1995), 25-50. Skinner, Gilliam. "'Stage-Plays . . . and a Thousand Other Amusements Now in Use': Garrick's Response to Anti-Theatrical Discourse in the Mid Eighteenth Century." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 29, no. 2 (Winter 2014), 63-82; summary. Slagle, Judith Bailey. "Thomas Shadwell's Censored Comedy The Lancashire-Witches: An Attack on Religious Ritual or Divine Right?" Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 7, no. 1 (Summer 1992), 54-63. Smet, Ingrid de, and Philip Ford (eds.). Йros et Priapus: Йrotisme et obscйnitй dans la littйraire nйo-latine. Geneva: Droz, 1997. Pp. 188. [Rev. by Pascal Debailly in XVIIe siиcle, 52 Page 100 of 116
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Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Quarterly, 65 (2004), 310-16; by Warren Chernaik in Scriblerian, 37 (2004), 76-77; by Sarah L. Leonard in Journal of the History of Sexuality, 13 (2004), 390-92; by Daniel Lochman in Sixteenth-Century Journal, 36 (2005), 263-65; by Tom Luxon in Seventeenth-Century News, 62 (2004), 213-16.] Twombly, David J. "The Ravenant Charles Churchill: A Haunting of Literary History." Studies in Philology, 102, no. 1 (2005), 83-109. [Addresses both contemporary perceptions of the satirist and also Churchill's own conception of authorship ("what kind of writer Churchill" strove to be).] Urzбiz, Hйctor, and Gema Cienfuegos. "Texto y censura de una obra atribuida a Moreto: La adъltera penitente." eHumanista: Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Iberian Studies, 23 (2013), 296-325; summary in English and Spanish. Vallejo Mбrquez, Yolanda. "La polнtica bibliotecaria en Espaсa en los siglos XVIII y XIX." Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 10 (2002), 123-32. [Role of libraries and librarians in censorship.] Vampйe, Janie. "Performing Justice: The Trials of Olympe de Gouges." Theatre Journal, 51, no. 1 (1999), 47-65. Vanasse, Andrй. "Censure et rectitude politique." Lettres Quйbйcoises, 102 (2001), 5-6. Vanderbeke, Dirk. "Fanny Hill, or: What's so Exciting about Mossy Mounts?" Style, 46 (2012), 439-60. [Examines why as pornography Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure was and remains very successful.] Varey, Simon. "Revisiting a Masterpiece: Government and the Press, 1695-1763." Studies in the Literary Imagination, 34, no. 1 (Spring 2001), 49-61. [On the regulation of the press.] Vargas Hidalgo, Rafael. "Censura teatral en la Espaсa de 1600." Revista de Literatura, 59 [no. 117] (1997), 129-36. Varry, Dominique. "Batailles de libelles а Lyon а l'occasion de la suppression de la Compagnie de Jйsus (annйes 1760-1775)." [In a section on "Lyon et les livres," edited by Varry, in] Histoire et civilisation du livre, 2 (2006), 135-68. Varry, Dominique. "Le Commerce du livre 'philosophique' а Belfort а la fin du l'Ancien Rйgime." Revue d'Alsace, 121 (1995), 98-110. Varry, Dominique. "Commerce et police du livre prohibй aux foires de Beaucaire." Histoire et civilisation du livre, 7 (2011), 85-98. . [An old faire at Beauclaire was an important vehicle for the sale of prohibited books.] Varry, Dominique. "Une Gйographie de l'illicite: Les Espaces du livre а Lyon au temps des Lumiиres." Lettre Clandestine, 8 (1999), 113-33. Varry, Dominique. "Le Livre clandestin а Lyon au XVIIIe siиcle." Lettre Clandestine, 6 (1997), 243-52. Varry, Dominique. "Sous la main de la Nation": Les Bibliothиques de l'Eure confisquйes sous la Rйvolution franзaise. Fernay Voltaire: Centre international d'йtude du XVIIIe siиcle, 2005. Pp. 285. Vasquez, Julien. "Les intendants de Bordeaux et le livre б la fin de l'Ancien Rйgime." Revue franзaise d'histoire du livre, 128 (2008), 165-86. Vassallo, Jacqueline. "La persecuciуn de las prбcticas mбgicas en la Cуrdoba colonial (siglo XVIII)." Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 92, no. 5 (June 2015), 831-53. [Special issue entitled "Inquisiciуn, cultura y vida cotidiana en el mundo hispбnico (siglos XVIXVIII)," pp. 651-877, edited by Clive Griffin with an introduction by Manuel Peсa Dнaz.] Vбzquez, Lydia. "Le Libertinage est-il traduisible aujourd'hui? Le Cas de Sade en espagnol." Revue de la BNF, no. 50 (2015/2) (2015), 47-57. [In an issue entitled "Libertinages," beginning with Michel Delon's introductory essay "Libertinages" (3-5).] Vega, Marнa Josй. "Escandaloso ofensivo y malsonante: Censura y vigilancia de la prosa espiritual en la Espaсa del Siglo de Oro." Criticуn, nos. 120-21 (2014), 137-54; summary Page 107 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 in English and French. Vega, Marнa Josй. "'Hacemos mъsica de nuestros vicios': La censura de la cantares sucios y deshonestos en la Espaсa бurea." Studi Ispanici, 37 (2012), 63-82. Vega, Marнa Josй, Julian Weiss, and Cesc Esteve (eds.). Reading and Censorship in Early Modern Europe, Barcelona 11-13 de diciembre de 2007. Barcelona: Universidad Autуnoma de Barcelona, 2010. Pp. 222. Velasco Moreno, Eva. "En torno a la censura en la Espaсa de finales del Siglo XVIII: Teorнas, interpretaciones y paradojas." Dieciocho: Hispanic Enlightenment, 32 (2009), 201-17. Vera Pйrez, Carmen. "A propos des Aventures de Tйlйmaque de Fйnйlon." Documents pour l'Histoire de Franзais Langue Etrangкre ou Seconde, 31 (2003), 166-73. [On censorship in Spain.] Vercruysse, Jeroom. "L'attrait du fruit dйfendu: Avarices et succиs du commerce des livres prohibiй а Bruxelles: L'affaire Delahaye et Cie (1782-1793)." Livre et l'estampe, 50, no. 162 (2004 [2005]). Vercruysse, Jeroom. "Censure des livres et objections commerciales, Bruxelles 1736." Lias, 21 (1994), 249-56; illus. Vercruysse, Jeroom. "Les Impressions clandestines bruxelloises de l'abbй Raynal." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 2000:12, 143-64. Vernon, Richard. The Career of Toleration: John Locke, Jonas Proast, and After. Montreal: McGill-Queen's U. Press, 1997. Pp. x + 164. Vial, Charles-Йloi. "Police e censure du Premier Empire а la monarchie de Juillet: La Tumultueuse histoire de trois manuscrits du marquis de Sade." Revue de la BNF, no. 47 (2014/2) (2014), 58-67. Vicente, Marta V. "Pornography and the Spanish Inquisition: The Reading of Le Portier des Chartreux in Eighteenth-Century Madrid." Comparative Literature, 68, no. 2 (2016), 18198.[On Jean-Charles Gervaise de Latouche's Histoire de Dom B.] Villa-Flores, Javier. Dangerous Speech: A Social History of Blasphemy in Colonial Mexico. Tucson: U. of Arizona Press, 2006. Pp. 242. [Rev. (with other books) by Kathleen Ann Myers in a review essay ("Recent Trends in the Study of Women and Religion in Colonial Mexico") in Latin American Research Review, 43, no. 2 (2008), 290-301.] Villamediana Gonzбlez, Leticia. "Publicaciуn y censura de los Discursos mercuriales, primer periуdico espaсol de economнa politica." Dieciocho, 38 (2015), 291-318. Villaverde Rico, Josй, and John Christian Laursen (eds.). Forjadores de la Tolerancia. Madrid: Tecnos, 2011. Pp. 328. [Rev. by Cinta Canterla in Cuadernos de Ilustraciуn y Romanticismo, 18 (2012), 295-97; by Eva Velasco Moreno in Cuadernos Dieciochistas, 13 (2012), 311-14.] Viollet, Catherine, and Claire Bustarret (eds.). Genиse, censure, autocensure. Paris: CNRS, 2005. Pp. 234. [Ten essays. Rev. by Virginia Ricard in Biography, 29 (2006), 759-61.] Vismara, Paola. "Muratori 'Immoderato': Le censure romane al 'De Ingeniorum Moderatione in Religioni's Negotio." Nuova Rivista Storica, 83 (1999), 315-44. Visser, Piet. "'Blasphemous and pernicious': The Role of Printers and Booksellers in the Spread of Dissident Religious and Philosophical Ideas in the Netherlands in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century." Quaerendo, 26 (1996), 303-26; bibliography [323-26]. [Translated by John A. Lane; a 1995 lecture published in Dutch as Godtslasterlijck ende Pernicieus: De rol van boekdrukkers en boekverkopers . . . zeventiende eeuw (Amsterdam, 1996).] Viveros, Germбn. "Reglamentaciуn, censura y preceptiva en el teatro novohispano del setecientos." Pp. 237-47 of "Injerto peregrino de blenes y grandezas admirables": Estudios de literatura y cultura espaсole e hispanoamericana (Siglos XVI al XVIII). Edited by Lillian Von derWalde, and others. MexicoCity: Universidad Autуnom, 2007. P0p. 743. Page 108 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Vogeley, Nancy. "Actitudes en Mйxico hacia la Inquisiciуn: El pro y el contra (1814, 1824)." Revista de la Inquisiciуn, 11 (2005), 223-43. Vogeley, Nancy J. "France and Beyond: Legal and Stealthy Book Publishing" [review essay]. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 46, no. 3 (2013), 439-43. [On the French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe 1769-1794 website by Simon Burrows et al. and on Raymond Birn's Royal Censorship of Books in Eighteenth-Century France.] Vogeley, Nancy. "Mexican Attitudes toward the Inquisition: Two Views, 1814, 1824." Dieciocho, 23 (2000), 91-96. Vogeley, Nancy. "Spanish-Language Masonic Books Printed in the Early United States." Early American Literature, 43 (2008), 337-60. Volokh, Eugene. "Freedom of the Press as an Industry, or for the Press as a Technology? From the Framing to Today." University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 160, no. 2 (January 2012), 459-540. Voltaire. De l'horrible danger de la lecture: Suivi de livres libertй d'imprimer, fanatisme. Montйlimar: Vox d'encre, 2006. Pp. 46. Voltaire et les manuscrits philosophiques clandestins. (La Lettre clandestine, 16.) Paris: PUPS, 2008. Pp. 468. [An annual published with the assistance of the C.N.R.S., published by the press of the Sorbonne, evidently with editorial responsibilities there assumed by Sophie Linon-Chipon and Sebastien Porte. Most of the volume contains revised papers from a colloque on 15-16 June 20007, organized by Bйrenger Boulay. The volume's introduction (entitled the same as the volume) is written by Genevieve Artigas-Menant. The annual concludes with a "Bulletin d'information" (397-468), containing extensive bibliography besides accounts of conferences and projects.] Volz, Gunter. "La Paix civile grвce а la tolйrance religieuse: Quelques options dans la presse allemande de la fin du XVIIIe siиcle." Йtudes litteraires, 32 (2000), 185-200. Vulkбn, Vera Tьnde. "Mбrtonfi Jуzsef cenzori kinevezйse йs mьkцdйse." Magyar Kцnyvszemle, 127 (2011), 193-205; summary in French. Wadsworth, James E. In Defence of the Faith: Joaquin Marques do Araъjo [1742-1820]: A Comissбrio in the Age of Inquisitional Decline. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2013. Pp. xxii + 202. [Focused on an ex-Jesuit officiating in northeast Brazil 1770s-1810. Rev. (fav.) by Roderick J. Barman in The Americas, 71, no. 1 (2014), 17879; by Thomas M. Cohen in The Catholic Historical Review, 100, no. 2 (Spring 2014), 392-94.] Wagner, Corinna. "Press Scandal, Class, and the Struggle for Cultural Authority in the 1790s." Nineteenth-Century Studies, 22 (2008), 1-14. Wagner, Peter [also "Hans Peter"--see my bibliography on engraving for many studies by Wagner]. "Antiaristocratic Erotica before and during the French Revolutions: Problems and Perspectives." Pp. 83-101 in Evolution et rйvolution(s) dans la Grande-Bretagne du XVIIIe siиcle. Edited by Paul-Gabriel Boucй. Paris: Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1993. Wagner, Peter. Eros Revived: Erotica of the Enlightenment in England and America. London: Secker & Warburg, 1988. Pp. xiv + 498. [Rev. by David Nokes in London Review of Books, 10.14 (1988), 18-19; Pat Rogers in Albion, 23 (1991), 135-37.] Wagner, Peter. Erotica and the Enlightenment. Bern: Peter Lang, 1990. Pp. 368. Wagner, Peter. "Preparing the Revolution from Abroad: The Publication of French Emigrй Writers in London." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 303 (1992), 476-78. Wagner, Peter. "Review Essay: Researching the Taboo: Sexuality and Eighteenth-Century English Erotica." Eighteenth-Century Life, 8, no. 3 (May 1983), 108-15. Waldstreicher, David. "Rites of Rebellion, Rites of Assent: Celebrations, Print Culture, and the Origins of American Nationalism." Journal of American History, 82, no. 1 (1995), 37-61. Walker, Jeffrey K. "'All Poisen in ye Commonwealthe': Seditious Libel in Hanoverian London." Page 109 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Anglo-American Law Review, 25 (1996), 341-49. Wallace, Miriam. "Constructing Treason, Narrating Truth: The 1794 Treason Trial of Thomas Holcroft and the Fate of English Jacobinism." Romanticism on the Net, 45 (2007). Walter, Peter. "'Weil . . . nicht sein kann, was nicht sein darf': Zum schweren Stand der Katholischen Aufklдrung." Pp. 89-110 in Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Edited by Hubert Wolf. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Walther, Karl Klaus. "Buchhandel, Leihbibliotken und Zensur in Coburg zwischen 1790 und 1848." Bibliothek und Wissenschaft, 25 (1991), 268-83. Walther, Karl Klaus. "Literaturverhдltnisse in Coburg: Buchhandel, Leihbibliotheken und Zensur zwischen 1790 und 1848." Archiv fьr Geschichte des Buchwesens, 44 (1995), 275-302; index [301-02]. Walton, Charles (ed.). Into Print: Limits and Legacies of the Enlightenment: Essays in Honor of Robert Darnton. (Penn State Studies in the History of the Book.) Preface by Charles Walton. University Park: Penn State University Press, 2011. Pp. 264; bibliography of Darnton's publications; 2 illustrations; index. [The essays concern the publication and distribution of Enlightenment books, an area long studied by Darnton. Of particular note here among the volume's thirteen essays are Will Slauter's "A Trojan Horse in Parliament: International Publicity in the Age of the American Revolution" (15-31); Thierry Rigogne's "Who Were the Booksellers and Printers in Eighteenth-Century France?" (53-70); Leonard N. Rosenband's "Making the Fair Trader: Papermaking, the Excise, and the English State, 1700-1815" (71-81); Renata Pasta's "Commerce with Books" Reading Practices and Book Diffusion at the Habsburg Court in Florence (17651790)" (82-92); and Thomas M. Luckett's "Book Seizures and the Politics of Repression in Paris, 1787-1789" (113-28) Other contributions are by David A. Bell, Roger Chartier (an introduction, treating Darnton's work), Tabetha Ewing, Jeffrey Freedman, Carla Hesse, Sarah Maza, and Shanti Singham. Rev. by Kenneth Loiselle in H-France Review, 14, no. 140 (September 2012), 1-6; e-journal posted online.] Walton, Charles. Policing Public Opinion in the French Revolution: The Culture of Calumny and the Problem of Free Speech. New York: Oxford U. Press, 2009. Pp. vii + 334; index. [Published in paperback in 2011. Rev. by D. Andress in English Historical Review, 125 (2010), 196-98; by Gail Bossenga in Journal of International History, 41 (2010), 137-38; by Jack Censer in Journal of Social History, 45, no. 1 (2011), 289-91; by M. Harder in French History, 24 (2010), 113-14; (fav.) by Alan Charles Kors in a review essay ("Calumny, Culture, Continuity, and Control") in Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 52, no. 4 (2012), 504-08; (with other books) by Elizabeth Powers in Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, 23, no. 2 (May 2009), 42-46.] Warman, Caroline. "Chains of Influence, Chains of Allusion: Case Studies of Clandestine Rhetoric in and around the Encyclopйdie." Pp. 65-82 in Enlightenment and Tradition; Women's Studies; Montesquieu (SVEC, 2007:06.). Edited by Mark Darlow. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2007. Warman, Caroline. Sade: From Materialism to Pornography. (SVEC, 2002:1.) Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2002. Pp. 178; bibliography; index. Warman, Caroline, and others (translators). Tolerance: The Beacon of the Enlightenment. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2016. E-book with 59 translated texts by French authors on tolerance. Posted 7 January 2016. Available for purchase at the Voltaire Foundation's website. Waterlot, G. "La Tolйrance gйnйrale selon Pierre Bayle et son rapport а la libertй de conscience." Pp. 153-64 in Le Rayonnement de Bayle. (SVEC, 1010: 06.) Ed. by Philippe de Robert, Claudine Pailhиs, and Hubert Bost. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2010. Pp. x + 320. [Other essays in the volume also address Bayle's campaign for tolerance.] Page 110 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Weber, Harold M. "Carolinean Sexuality and the Restoration Stage: Reconstructing the Royal Phallus in Sodom." Pp. 67-88 in Cultural Readings of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Theater. Ed. by J. Douglas Canfield and Deborah Payne. Athens: U. of Georgia Press, 1995. Pp. 320. Weber, Harold M. Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II. Lexington, KY: U. Press of Kentucky, 1996. Pp. x + 292; illus.; index. [The first half mainly concerns deteriorations in the image of kingship, as through attacks on the notion of royal healing and on Charles's sexual behavior; the second half concerns the crown's inability to control print culture after the lapse of the Licensing Act of 1662, despite its efforts (the analysis of the trial and execution of Stephen College covers particularly new ground). Rev. (fav.) by Jeremy Black in N&Q, n.s. 44 (1997), 273-74; by Helen Burke in MP, 95 (1998), 545-48; by Paul Hammond in MLR, 93 (1998), 795; (fav.) by Judith Knelman in American Journalism, 14, no. 2 (1997), 249-50; by Richard Kroll in JEGP, 96 (1997), 616-19; by Laura L. Knoppers in RES, n.s. 48 (1997), 537-38; (fav. with reservations) by Simon Morgan-Russell in Seventeenth-Century News, 54 (1996), 66-67; by Howard Nenner in Albion, 29 (1997), 114-15; (fav.) by James A. Winn in Scriblerian, 30 (1998), 69-70.] Weber, Johannes. "Kontrollmechanismen im deutschen Zeitungswesen des 17. Jahrhunderts: Ein kleiner Beitrag zur Geschichte der Zensur." Jahrbuch fьr Kommunikationsgeschichte, 6 (2004), 56-73. Weekhout, Ingrid. Boekencensuur in de Noordelijke Nederlanden: De vrijheid van drukpers gedurende de zeventiende eeuw. [Book censorship in the northern Netherlands: The Freedom of the press in the Seventeenth Century.] The Hague: Sdu Uitgevers, 1998. Pp. xvi + 580; illus.; index; summary in English. [Also catalogued with the title Boekencensuur in de Noordelijke Nederlanden: Een verkennend onderzoek naar de vrijheid van drukpers gedurende de zeventiende eeuw. On the creation and enforcement of laws regulating the press in 17C Netherlands and of censorship as evident in Rotterdam, Deventer, and s'-Hertogenbosch. Rev. by Marieke van Delft in Quaerendo, 30 (2000), 64-67.] Weil, Franзoise. "A propos des livres `philosophiques.'" Lettre clandestine, 3 (1994 [1995]), 335-36. Weil, Franзoise. "Impressions lyonnaises clandestines de la seconde moitiй du XVIIIe." Livre et l'estampe, no. 162 (2004), 73-111. Weil, Franзoise. L'Interdiction du roman et la libraire, 1728-1750. Paris: Aux Amateurs de Livres, 1986. Pp. 648. [Rev. by C. P. Courtney in French Studies, 42 (1988), 474.] Weil, Franзoise. "Lйvesque de Burigny au secours de la religion chrйtienne." Lettre clandestine, (1992 [1993], 199-206. [Re: Jean Lйvesque de Burigny and L'Examen critique des apologiste de la religion chrйtienne, attribution argument, from the 1992 conference.] Weil, Franзoise. "Les libraires de Franche-Comtй et les livres interdits а la fin du 18e siиcle." Mйmoires de l'Acadйmie des sciences, arts et belles-lettres de Dijon, 132 (1991/92), 395405. Weil, Franзoise. Livres interdits, livres persйcutйs, 1720-1770. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. Pp. 138; ; bibliography of over 600 foreign and domestic books whose sale was forbidden. [Rev. by Catherine Daniйlou in French Review, 74 (2001), 619-20; by Albert Labarre in Bulletin du bibliophile (2001), 208; by Franco Piva in Studi francesi, 44, (2000), 601.] Weil, Franзoise. "Les Livres persйcutes en France de 1720 а 1770.'" Lettre clandestine, 6 (1997), 263-69. Weil, Franзoise. "La Notion de clandestinitй." Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998), 348-54. Weil, Franзoise. "Le Rфle des libraires hollandais dans la diffusion des livres interdits en France dans la premiиre moitiй du XVIIIe siиcle." Pp. 281-88 in Le Magasin de l'Univers: The Page 111 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Dutch Republic as the Centre of the European Book Trade. Papers Presented at the International Colloquium, Held at Wassenaar, 5-7 July 1990. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, 31.) Edited by Christiane Berkvens-Stevelinck, Hans Bots, P. G. Hoftijzer, and O. S. Lankhorst Leiden, and New York: E. J. Brill, 1992. (eds.). Pp. x + 319; illus.; index. Weinbrot, Howard D. "Censoring Johnson in France: Johnson and Suard on Voltaire: A New Document." Review of English Studies, 45 (1994), 230-33. Weltman-Aron, Brigitte. "Denying Authorship: Sade and the Censor." Romantic Review, 86, no. 1 (1995), 65-75. Wessel, Jane. "Performing `A Ra-ree Show': Political Spectacle and the Treason Trial of Stephen College." Restoration, 38, no. 1 (Spring 2014), 3-17. [On the prosecution for sedition in 1691 of College for his ballad "A Ra-ree Show."] West, Shearer. "Wilkes's Squint: Synecdochic Physiognomy and Political Identity in EighteenthCentury Print Culture." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, no. 1 (Fall 1999), 65-84; illus. Wharam, Alan. The Treason Trials, 1794. Leicester: Leicester U. Press, 1992. Pp. 320; illus. White, Daniel E. Early Romanticism and Religious Dissent. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2006. Pp. xiii + 266. [Rev. by Kevin Gilmartin in RES, 59 (2008), 636-38.] Whitehead, Maurice. English Jesuit Education: Expulsion, Suppression, Survival, and Restoration, 1762-1803. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013. Pp. 245; appendices; bibliography; 12 illustrations; index. [Covers intellectual life as well as education, focusing on major events like the suppression of English colleges in Bruges, 1762-1773, and institutions like the St. Omers College (1593-1762) and the English Academy created in Liege, 17731775, and its scope reaches to Jesuits in America.] Whiteman, Bruce. "The Clark Acquires Major Manuscripts." The Center & Clark Newsletter [UCLA Center for 17C and 18C Studies and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library], No. 47 (Spring 2008), 1-2; illus. [In particular an "uncensored and unrevised text, with cuts and rewritten passages" of Charles Gildon's The Patriot, or the Italian Conspiracy (1703), an adaptation of Nathaniel Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus, a play banned in 1680--in this middle stage between Lee's version and Gildon's final, the play is entitled "A Restoration Defeated: The Loves of Titus and Teraminta: A Tragedy." The MS is in a scribal hand but revisions may be in Gildon's.] Wilke, Jьrgen. "Die Entwicklung von Meinungs- und Pressefreiheit als Menschenrecht im Deutschland des spдten 18.Jahrhunderts." Pp. 121-39 in Naturrecht, Spдtaufklдklarung, Revolution. (Studien zum achtzehten Jahrhundert.) Ed. by Otto Dann and Diethelm Klippel. Hamburg: Meiner, 1995. Wilke, Jьrgen. "Presse und Zensur: Anfдnge, Entwicklung und Abbau obrigkeitlicher Kontrollmassnahmen." Pp. 148-56. Als die Post noch Zeitung machte: Eine Pressegeschichte. Ed. by Klaus Beyrer and Martin Dallmeier. Giessen: Anabas; Frankfurt am Main: Deutschen Postmuseum, 1998. Pp. 207. Wilke, Jьrgen. "Die Thematisierung der Franzцsischen Revolution in der deutschen Presse: Untersucht am Hamburgischen unpartheyischen Correspondenten (1789-1795)." Francia, 22, no. 2 (1995), 61-99. Wilke, Jьrgen (comp.) Zensur und Pressefreiheit. Mainz: Institut fьr Europдische Geschichte, 2013. On-line computer file. Wilkins, Kay. "Andrй de Nerciat and the Libertine Tradition in Eighteenth-Century France." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 256 (1988), 225-35. [On pornography and Nerciat, 1739-1800.] Williams, Jerry M. "A New Text in the Case of Ana de Castro: Lima's Inquisition on Trial." Dieciocho, 24, no. 1 (2001), 7-32. Wilson, Hugh. "The Publication of Paradise Lost, the Occasion of the First Edition: Censorship and Resistance." Milton Studies, 37 (1999), 18-41. Page 112 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Wilson, John F. Church and State in America: A Bibliographical Guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1986. Pp. xi + 436. [A later volume 2 covers the period from the Civil War to the present.] Wilson, W. Daniel. "Ein `hartnдckiger Ketzer in Liebessachen': Wieland griechische Liebe und Selbstzensur." Pp. 293-314 of Wissen-Erzдhlen-Tradition: Wielands Spдtwerk. Edited by Walter Erhart and Lother van Laak. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010. [Re: homosexuality and "Juno and Ganymed." Wilson, W. Daniel. "Skeletons in Goethe's Closet: Human Rights, Protest, and the Myth of Political Liberality." Pp. 295-309 in Unwrapping Goethe's Weimar: Essays in Cultural Studies and Local Knowledge. Ed. by Burkhard Henke, S. Kord, and S. Richter. Rochester: Camden House, 1999. Wilson, W. Daniel. "Wielands Bild von Friedrich II. und die `Selbszensur' des Teutschen Merkur." Jahrbuch der Deutschen Schillergesellschaft, 29 (1985), 22-47. Wilson-Costa, Karyn. "High and Low Culture: Robert Burns and the Case of `The Fornicator.'" Ranam: Recherches Anglaises et Nord-Amйricaines, 40 (2007), 69-77; summary in English and French. [On a bawdy song, involving self-censorship.] Winn, James A. "'Complying with the Times': Dryden's Satires of Juvenal and Persius." Eighteenth-Century Life, 12, no. 3 (Nov. 1988), 76-87. [Dryden's submerged satire occurs in the dedication as well as poems. Rev. (fav.) in Scriblerian, 22, no. 2 (Spring 1990), 138. Two 1989 articles treat clandestine satirical attacks in Dryden's translations of Juvenal and Persius (see those under Kirk Combe and Rachel Miller.] Wittmann, Reinhard. Geschichte des deutschen Buchhandels: Ein Ьberblick. Munich: C. H. Beck, 1991. Pp. 438; bibiography [417-27]; chronology [covering German bookproduction 1390-1991]; illus.; index. [Wittmann covers book-production and the booktrade in German-speaking countries from Gutenberg to the present. Wittmann not only shows the historical process of printing and distributing materials (thus concentrating on the economic aspects of both early and the modern booktrade) but also skillfully succeeds in presenting the book and the booktrade itself as important cultural achievements. Throughout this chronological survey, the focus is ever on the tripartite unity of author, booktrade, and reader, emphasizing the functions of publishing houses and retail booksellers. Topics include censorship and copyright. Rev. in Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 16 (1992), 109; (briefly; fav.) by John L. Flood in Library, 6th ser., 14 (1992), 276; by John L. Flood in TLS (May 1, 1992), 28; by Albert Labarre in Bulletin du bibliophile (1992), 428-30.] Wolf, Hubert. Index: Der Vatikan und die verbotenen Bьcher. Munich: C. H. Beck, 2006. Pp. 303; 10 illustrations. [Translated by Stefano Bacin into Italian: Storia dell'Indice: Il Vaticano e I libri proibiti (Rome: Donzelli, 2006), pp. vi + 278; illus.] Wolf, Hubert (ed.). Inquisition, Index, Zensur: Wissenskulturen der Neuzeit im Widerstreit. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2001. Pp. 340. Wolf, Hubert (ed.). Inquisition und Buchzensur im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung. (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 16.) Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Pp. c. 480; indices. [Lectures on aspects of censorship from a decade earlier. The book begins with Part 1 entitled "Prдsentation und Diskussion der Grundlagenforschung `Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 1701-1813,'" including Hubert Wolf's "'Ich hoffe, ich werde meinen Prozess bei Gott besser ausfechten, als auf Erden': Eine Hinfьhrung zu den Mцglichkeiten der Grundlagenforschung zum 18. Jahrhundert am Beispiel des `Falles Sattler'" (17-42); Ursula Paintner's essay on "Kritik und Rechtfertigung des Index im 18. Jahrhundert" (43-66); and Jyri Hasecker's "'Decet enem de artibus solos artifices indicare': Beobachtungen zum Konsult der Indexkongregation im 18. Jahrhundert" (6788); then eight essays on "Aufklдrer, Aufklдrung, und Zensur," including Peter Walter "'Weil . . . nicht sein kann, was nicht sein darf': Zum schweren Stand der Katholischen Page 113 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 Aufklдrung" (89-110), Gabriele Mьller-Oberhдuser on "'The press ought not to be open to all': Zensur in England im Zeitalter der Aufklдrung" (111-44); Hermann Josef Real's "Zensur zur Zeit Jonathan Swifts und Mцglichkeiten ihrer Verhinderung" (145-68); Catherine Maire's "Warum wurde Diderot in Rom nicht verurteilt?" (169-78); Luca Ceriotti's "Parma francese: Intellettuali, potere e censura della idee negli stati dei Borbone a mezzo il Settecento" (179-94); Albrecht Beutel's "Zensur im protestantischen Deutschland der Frьhen Neuzeit" (195-206); Ludolf Pelizaeus's "Strategien der Kontrolle: Die Zensur in Spanien, Portugal und Mexiko 1750 bis 1811" (207-226); and Elisabeth-Marie Richter's "England im Fokus von Indexkongregation und Inquisition im 18. Jahrhundert" (227-244). Part 3, entitled "Zensur als Kulturelle Praxis--Zensur Kultureller Praktiken," contains: Franz Stephan Pelgen's "Das Apostolische Bьcherkommissariat unter Franz Xaver Anton von Scheben (1766-1779)" (245-62); Patrizia Delpiano's "Prassi scientifica e censura romana nel XVIII secolo" (263-74); Marina Caffiero's "Ebrei stregoni? La censura dei libri ebraici magici e superstiziosi" (275-94); and Andreea Badea's "Geschichte schreiben ьber die Renaissancepдpste: Rцmische Zensur und Historiographie in der ersten Hдlfte des 18. Jahrhunderts" (295322). Part 4, entitled "Resultate und Desiderate der Zensur- und Inquisitionsforschung," includes: Daniel Ponziani's "Misticismo, santitа e devozione nel `secolo dei lumi': Percorsi di recerca nell'Archivio della Congregazione per la Dottrina della Fede" (32350); Federica Dallasta's "Appoggi, archivio, astuzia: Le armi dell'inquisitore di Parma Vincenzo Giuliano Mozani (351-430); Bruno Boute's "Schreiben, zensieren, praktizieren: Die Aufklдrung und die Geburt des praktizierenden Christen" (431-42); Margherita Palumbo's "'Al servizio di Dio nella difesa della sana dottrina': Anmerkungen zur Geschichte der Biblioteca Casanatense in Rom" (443-46); and Stephan Wendehorst and Stefan Ehrenpreis's "Die Zensur antijьdischer Schriften durch den Kaiser" (457-62).] Wolf, Hubert. Rцmanische Inquisition und Indekongregation: Gundlagenforschung, 1814-1917. 5 vols. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2005. Wolf, Hubert. Storia dell'Indice: Il Vaticano e i libri proibiti. Translation by Stefano Bacin [of Index: Der Vatikan und die verboten Bьcher (2006)]. Rome Donzelli, 2006. Pp. vi + 278; illus.] Wolf, Hubert, and Arnold Esch. "Buchdruck, Bьcher, Buckzensor." Gutenberg-Jahrbuch, 82 (2007), 20-29. Wolf, Hubert, and Bernward Schmidt. Benedikt XIV und die Reform des Buchzensurverfahrens. Zur Geschichte und Rezeption von "Sollicita ac provida." (Rцmische Inquisition und Indexkongregation, 13.) Paderborn: Ferdinand Schцningh, 2011. Pp. 237. [On the alterations of the Roman Index of Prohibited Books and to censorship practices initiated by Pope Benedict XIV in 1753, providing an edition of important documents with parallel German translation. Rev. (briefly, favorably) by John L. Flood in Library, 7th series, 14 (2013), 233.] Wood, Marcus. "Radical Publishing." Pp. 834-48 in The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain. Vol. 5: 1695-1830. Ed. by Michael F. Suarez and Michael L. Turner. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Press, 2009. Wood, Marcus. Radical Satire and Print Culture, 1790-1822. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1994. Pp xviii + 318; 50 illus. [Focused on tracts and graphic satire by William Hone and George Cruikshank c. 1820; with a chapter on Hone's 1817 trial for blasphemy and seditious libel. Rev. (with other books) by Kevin Gilmartin in Studies in Romanticism, 36 (1997), 651-55; (with another book) by Charles A. Knight in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 30 (1996), 100-02.] Wood, Sarah. "An Alien's Act of Sedition: Structural Coherence and North African Attachments in Tyler's The Algerine Captive." Pp. 325-32 of America and the Mediterranean. Edited Page 114 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 by Massimo Bacigalupo and Pierangelo Castagneto. Turin: Otto, 2003. Pp. 659. [The Algerine Captive, a novel published anonymously in 1797 by Royal Tyler.] Woodford, Benjamin. "Developments and Debates in English Censorship during the Interregnum." Early Modern Literary Studies, 17, no. 2 (2014). Online e-journal published at Sheffield Hallam University (U.K.) with open access to PDFs. Woolley, James. "Poor John Harding and Mad Tom: 'Harding's Resurrection' (1724)." Pp. 10122 in That Woman--Studies in Irish Bibliography: A Festschrift for Mary "Paul" Pollard. Ed. by Charles Benson and Siobhan Fitzpatrick Foreword by Maurice Craig; Introduction by Charles Benson. Dublin: Library Association of Ireland Rare Books Group and the Lilliput Press, 2005. Woolley, James. "Writing Libels on the Germans: Swift's 'Wicked Treasonable Libel.'" Pp. 30316 in Swift: The Enigmatic Dean: Festschrift for Hermann Josef Real. Edited by Rudolf Freiburg Arno Lцffler, and Wolfgang Zach. Tьbingen: Stauffenberg, 1998. Worden, William. "Scandal, Desire, and Indecency in El Principe jardinero." Dieciocho, 28, no. 1 (2005), 103-14. [On Cuban author Santiago Antonio Pita y Borroto.] Worrall, David. Theatric Revolution: Drama, Censorship, and Romantic Period Subcultures, 1773-1832. Oxford: Oxford U. Press, 2006. Pp. viii + 407; bibliography [366-94]; index. [Rev. by Paula Byrne in TLS (27 Oct. 2006), 20; by Luisa Calй in Journal for British Studies, 46 (2007), 961-62; by Angela Esterhammer in Studies in Romanticism, 47 (2008), 413-17; by Mark A. Howell-Meri in Theatre Notebook, 61 (2007), 116-18; by Julia Swindells in Romanticism, 13, no. 1 (2007), 92-94; by Dana Van Kody in Theatre Journal, 60 (2008), 504-05.] Wust, Wolfgang. "Censur und Censurkollegien im frьhmodernen Konfessionsstaat" (569-86); Werner Schwarz's "Vom 'stimpelnden' Uhrmacher zum Kunstverleger: Jeremias Wolff und seine Nachfolger." Pp. 587-620 in Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen von den Anfдngen bis zur Gegenwart. Ed. by Helmut Gier and Johannes Janota. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1997. Pp. xiii + 1413. Wyngaard, Amy S. Bad Books: Rйtif de la Bretonne, Sexuality, and Pornography. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2013. Pp. 171; bibliography [127-38]; index. [The first and second chapters of this three-chapter work are entitled "Defining Obscenity: The Limits of Censorship in Le Paysan perverti and La Paysanne pervertie" and "Inventing Pornography: Sex and Sentimentality in Le Pornographe and L'Anti-Justine." Rev. by Thomas Wynn in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 27, no. 2 (Winter 2014-15), 320-22.] Wyngaard, Amy. "Defining Obscenity, Inventing Pornography: The Limits of Censorship in Rйtif de la Bretonne." Modern Language Quarterly, 71 (2010), 15-49. Wyngaard, Amy. "Libertine Spaces: Anonymous Crowds, Secret Chambers, and Urban Corruption in Rйtif de la Bretonne." Eighteenth-Century Life, 22, no. 2 (May, 1998), Zaczek, Barbara M. Censored Sentiments: Letters and Censorship in Epistolary Novels and Conduct Material. Newark: U. of Delaware Press, 1997. Pp. 209; bibliography [198205]; index. [Treating forms of censorship affecting female letters in America, England, France, and Italy. With chapters on actual letters by women and on Burney's Evelina. Rev. by Paul Goring in BJECS, 22, no. 1 (1999), 111; by Celso de Oliveira in The Comparatist, 24 (2000), 181-82; by Laura Salsini in Italica, 76, no. 2 (1999), 249-50.] Zagorin, Perez. How the Idea of Religious Toleration Came to the West. Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 2003. Pp. xvi + 371; illus.; index. [Contains an extended discussion of the role of Locke and Bayle.] Zammit, William. Printing in Malta, 1642-1839: Its Cultural Role from Inception to the Granting of Freedom of the Press. Gudja: Gutenberg Press, 2008. Pp. xxix + 423; bibliography; illustrations. [Rev. (fav.) by J. F. Coakley in Library, 7th ser., 10 (2009), 323-25; by Paola Parola in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 11 (September 2009), 41.] Zanardi, Paola. "Giambattista Bodoni: Le scelte editoriali, la circolazione libraria e i vincoli della Page 115 of 116
Recent Studies of Censorship, Press Freedom, Libel, Obscenity, etc., in the Long Eighteenth Century, Published c. 1985­2016 by James E. May, revised May 2017 censura." Pp. 161-82 in Bodoni, i Lumi, l'Arcadia: Atti del convegno, Parma, 20 ottobre 2006. (Caratteri, 2.) Edited by Andrea Gatti and Caterina Silva. Parma: Museo Bodoniano, 2008. Pp. 237; illustrations. Zarka, Yves Charles, Franck Lessay, G. A. John Rogers, Martine Pйcharman, and Pierre Bayle. Les Fondements philosophiques de la tolйrance en France et en Angleterre au XVIIe siиcle. (Fondements de la politique.) 3 vols.: vol. 1: Йtudes; vol. 2: Textes et documents; vol. 3: Pierre Bayle's Supplйment du commentaire philosophique, 1688, edited by Pйcharman. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2002. [On religious toleration.] Zavala, Iris M. "Arqueologia de la Imaginaciуn: Erotismo, transgresiуn y pornografнa." Pp. 15581 in Discurso erotica y discurso transgresor en la cultura peninsular, siglos XI al XX. Edited by Myriam Dнaz-Diocaretz and Iris M. Zavala. Madrid: Tuero, 1992. Pp. 239. Ziegler, Edda. Literarische Zensur in Deutschland 1819-1848: Materialien, Kommentare. Munich: Hanser, 1983. [On regulations in 1819- and reactions to them. Rev. by W. E. Yates in Modern Language Review, 80, no. 3 (1985), 760. Zito, Paola. L'esagono imperfetto: I libri proibiti della Biblioteca Brancacciana secondo l'inventario del 1730 circa. (Altera.) Pisa and Rome: Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2012. Pp. 201; bibliographical catalogue of prohibited books at the Biblioteca Brancacciana, Naples; illustrations. [Rev. by Anna Giulia Cavagna in Bibliothecae.it [e-journal at www.bibliothecae.it], 2, no. 2 (2013), 305-06; by Rudj Gorian in L'Almanacco bibliografico, no. 25 (March 2013), 31.] Zito, Paola. Granelli di senapa all'Indice: Tessere di storia editoriale (1585-1700). Rome: Fabrizio Serra, 2008. Pp. 234; illustrations. Zitser, Earnest A. "A Full-Frontal History of the Romanov Dynasty: Pictorial `Political Pornography' in Pre-Reform Russia." Russian Review, 70, no. 4 (2011), 557-83; abstract; illus. [Demonstrates that the "desacralization of the Russian monarchy" began in the 18C, in part with five unique watercolors in the New York Public Library, which depict 18C emperors and empresses "in flagrante delicto."] Zozaya Montes, Leonor. "Libros prohibidos: La Inquisiciуn contra la obra del clйrigo ilustrado Francisco Santos." Pp. 151-66 in Hacia 1812 desde el siglo ilustrado. (Actas del V Congresso internacional de la Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII.) Edited by Fernando Durбn Lуpez. Cadiz: Sociedad Espaсola de Estudios de Siglo XVIII [SEES XVIII]; Ediciones Trea, 2013. Page 116 of 116

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