unbowdlerized


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unbowdlerized

(ʌnˈbaʊdləˌraɪzd) or

unbowdlerised

adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (of a book or other writing) not bowdlerized, expurgated, or censored
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Thank heavens Robert Parker has finally come along with this new, unbowdlerized volume of Jane Schoolcraft's work, which "brings before the public for the first time," he explains in his introduction "Schoolcraft's remarkable body of writing and the fascinating story of her life and work.
It would be a mistake to ascribe this condescension to inexperience, for LaBute has made his estimable career in films and on stage precisely by cultivating this idea of men's inescapable essence, by insisting that his creations are not really creations at all but bravely unbowdlerized portraits of, as the title of one of his movies has it, "Your Friends & Neighbors.
Terri Windling, in "On Tolkien and Fairy Stories," illustrates how the unbowdlerized fairy tales helped her cope with and overcome a dark childhood where unemployment, alcoholism and domestic violence featured prominently.