Item #19423 Censorship: The Serarch for the Obscene. Morris L. Ernst, Alan U. Schwartz.

Censorship: The Serarch for the Obscene SIGNED

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1964. WARMLY INSCRIBED BY BOTH AUTHORS on the half-title. A crisp, very sharp copy to boot of the 1964 stated 1st printing. Tight and Fine in a bright, price-intact, Near Fine dustjacket, with just a touch of lght rubbing at the foot of the spine. Octavo, 288 pgs. (A significant Association copy in that it's inscribed by Morris Ernst, the man who, in 1933, represented Random House in its landmark obscenity trial, successfully defending James Joyce's "Ulysses" and paving the way for its publication in the United States. In this study of censorship, the "Ulysses" trial is discussed at length and analyzed by the trial's lead attorney for the defense, no less an authority on the case than Morris Ernst himself.). Item #19423

Price: $500.00

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