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Cover: Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of KnowledgeBurning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of KnowledgeOvenden, RichardHARDCOVER10/27/2020$29.95Not yet available
Cover: Information, Territory, and Networks: The Crisis and Maintenance of Empire in Song ChinaInformation, Territory, and Networks: The Crisis and Maintenance of Empire in Song ChinaDe Weerdt, HildeHARDCOVER10/10/2016$59.95
Cover: Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment RightsLessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students’ First Amendment RightsRoss, Catherine J.HARDCOVER10/19/2015$43.50
Cover: Licentious Gotham: Erotic Publishing and Its Prosecution in Nineteenth-Century New YorkLicentious Gotham: Erotic Publishing and Its Prosecution in Nineteenth-Century New YorkDennis, DonnaHARDCOVER03/31/2009$38.50
Cover: The Literary Underground of the Old RegimeThe Literary Underground of the Old RegimeDarnton, RobertPAPERBACK10/15/1985$31.50
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