biblioclasm

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biblioclasm

the destruction of books, especially the Bible. — biblioclast, n.
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Generally, book burning, book banning, book banishing, book bombing, book registration, book restriction and defamation or sedition suits have been employed to achieve censorship objectives (Yaya, Achonna and Osisanwo, 2013).
After that the group will head up Friedrichstrasse to the heart of Berlin to see Gendarmenmarkt, Babel Platz, the book burning square, Unter den Linden, Humboldt University, the Neue Wache, former Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Museum Island and the former Royal Palace.
It discusses book burning and banning, controversies related to specific books and plays, the free speech of specific athletes, violent video games, collegiate mascot and nickname disputes, professional sports and political speech, banned songs, music store censorship, the controversy over music videos, specific artworks, film censorship and production codes, fashion controversies, the TV parental rating system, internet and social media issues, and other topics.
Part One deals with the emergence of censorship and looks at the Weimar Republic's policies as well as the book burning episodes.
Al-Azhar deputy Abbas Shuman said the book burning is not the responsibility of any educational institution, adding that there are other war to confiscate the books.
Islamic State terrorists currently hold the city of Mosul, the second-largest city in Iraq, where the book burning may have occurred.
a book burning. Leisel saved and cherished the book.
The story she relays in "Troy PL's Battle for Survival: Anti-Tax and Book Burning Threats" (MLS, pp.
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Erdogan's declaration last week that he would root out Twitter, and the subsequent attempt to block it in Turkey, triggered denunciations from European officials and the US government, which spoke of "21st century book burning".
Douglas Frantz, undersecretary of state for public diplomacy at the US State Department, described blocking Twitter as a 21st century version of book burning and added that this would not make the perpetrators any stronger.
Despite the horrors of Nazi book burning and air raids, the Book Thief surprisingly lacks tension and conflict.