Well, a bowdlerized
version of it would run: `Professor Challenger presents his compliments to the President of the Zoological Institute, and would take it as a personal favor if he would go to the devil.
The implementation of Green Office Initiative assists organizations to reduce energy costs, bowdlerized
wastage and make improved procurement choices.
If the word is so unbearably offensive that it cannot be mentioned even in a discussion about its offensiveness, then why object to the bowdlerized
, Huygens's diary was originally published during the 1870s and 1880s (available through the digital library of Dutch literature: http:// www.
Author Streshinsky notes in her foreword that a great many of Audubon's journals were later destroyed or bowdlerized
by family members after his death.
Crouched before headless, armless trunks we struck out harder, over and over, making the chains that held them rattle, making the dead men twitch and jump, half aware that each feint and gesture bowdlerized
verses in a language near death, paid tribute to heroisms dubious now and anyhow unavailable to us, but we didn't care as we slugged it out each with his own collection of phantoms, as immortality, shock after shock, traveled from fist to elbow to shoulders and out to the half-formed, laboring wings.
The podcast owes a great debt to the BBC's long-running show In Our Time, with which it shares the belief that ideas matter, and that rather than be marketed, condensed, tweaked, trivialized, or bowdlerized
, they should be passionately discussed.
In the 18th century, the French bowdlerized
and romanticized the stories; in the 20th, Disney cleaned then up, Supple says.
But I hope that readers of the bowdlerized
version of "Huckleberry Finn" will eventually go on to the original.
Unfortunately, not only were the works that were printed badly bowdlerized
but the mass of North's surviving manuscripts, written over a 40-year period, are undated, sometimes rewritten, re-attempts at the same question, or partly destroyed.
Around me, spread over the ground on the old wooden floor that has turned gray, generations of dust and sand clogged between its boards, on the little chest of drawers, also white, whose paint is flaking off, on the half-empty Formica shelves, where only cast-off books are still lying around--a biography of Marie Stuart from the children's "pink library" series, presumably a bowdlerized
version, an illustrated Famous Five adventure (from when the series was in its decline), and, on the other bed, empty (my cousins are older than me, we never have to sleep in the same room), there are boxes everywhere.
There have been two very fine productions of this opera from Barcelona and Amsterdam released previously on DVD, in addition to a 1966 film of the bowdlerized
version which stars Galina Vishnevskaya in a stunning performance, and all of them outshine this effort.