In line with this thinking, the Catholic Church has maintained for centuries a list of authors and their offensive literary works in a standard index known as Index Librorum
Prohibitorum (Martinez de Bujanda, 2002).
Al contrario, non molti finora si sono occupati di approfondire gli sviluppi e le prerogative assunte dall'Index librorum
prohibitorum nel Novecento.
In order to answer these questions and get a sense of what this part of his library might mean for education in nineteenth-century Newfoundland, it is first necessary to understand something of the history of the Index librorum
prohibitorum or the Roman Index of Forbidden Books, as it is more commonly known.
Su opus fusius es la obra de doce volumenes, que, en cierto modo, culmina--aqui, en este XIIo tomo de gran recopilacion--su trabajo de anos, y expone a la luz del sol una de las grandes entregas de asunto inquisitorial: el Index librorum
At his Catholic boarding school, where he learned Latin and lost his faith, he was fortunate to study with the headmaster, Father Wallace, who recognized his brilliance and encouraged him, as Hughes said, to read books that "probably would have featured on the [Vatican's] Index Librorum
Prohibitorem." His mentor, much to the discomfort of the other priests, also introduced him to modernist literature, including the then-risque writings of Ernest Hemingway, Christopher Isherwood, and James Joyce.
It was after this council that the Catholic Church began its index librorum
prohibitorum, lists of censored books.
The works of Aretino, for example, joined the works of Kepler, Martin Luther, Copernicus, and Boccaccio, in being among the Vatican's first Index Librorum
Prohibitorum (List of Forbidden Books), but nevertheless, copies circulated like wildfire in cities across Europe.
These esteemed writers, philosophers, and scientists also all had works banned by the Catholic Church on its infamous Index Librorum
Prohibitorum or Index of Prohibited Books.
The "Index librorum
prohibitorum" was launched in 1557 and wasn't discontinued until 1966.