That disgruntled correspondent would likely uncap her marker to expurgate
much of Betts's work: judicial malfeasance, abortion, kidnapping, child molestation, murder, and even cannibalism have figured in the three short story collections and six novels she has published since launching her writing career in 1953.
When bias and sensitivity reviewers know that they can no longer censor and expurgate
behind closed doors; when publishers must expect to sell their books to millions of individual teachers, not two or three powerful state school boards; when state school officials lose their power over the content of textbooks; when the public is informed about threats to intellectual freedom that is when the reign of the language police will end.
In addition, Cary adopted various compensations such as alliteration, with stylistic and ideological functions, and neoclassical periphrasis, especially to expurgate
the grotesque from the source text and bring it in line with the British notion of the sublime and with Cary's conception of the Commedia as a religious epic.
Out of sheer curiosity I re-examined 1 Timothy 2:8-15 and was delighted to discover that: (1) the eighth verse is still what it used to be/and which we would all be well advised to ponder); (2) the rest of the passage has not yet been re-written to expurgate
Paul's insistent "I," and that (3) Galatians 3:2-28 is, at this point in time, still intact.
24) With school books, someone can always find a reason to expurgate
And in doing so, perhaps to expurgate
some of my guilt that I did not stand up for Jodie--but also to get it right for other patients.
If the sword of blame helps expurgate
your sorrow, then wield it.
But they did not file a report of her probable death nor ask the local government office to expurgate
her name from the family records.
Huebsch's argument to Joyce was a flawless piece of legal prediction, lucid and arrestingly simple: Joyce could publish first in the United States, but, to avoid running afoul of the obscenity law, he would have to expurgate
In "The Other Boat," primarily composed during 1957 and 1958, the author still betrays a reluctance to let go of "antique locutions" that essentially expurgate
the language but not the contents of the carnal narrative.
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