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The Golden Age of Censorship By PaulHoffman,

  • Title: The Golden Age of Censorship
  • Author: PaulHoffman
  • ISBN: 9780385606332
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A dazzling, masterful and compelling novel that challenges our ideas about censorship, prejudice and the fine line between art and exploitation.
    The Golden Age of Censorship A dazzling masterful and compelling novel that challenges our ideas about censorship prejudice and the fine line between art and exploitation

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    1. I enjoyed this, and raced through it in a couple of days I m not sure that it will appeal very widely as the book is very preoccupied with cinema and censorship issues and it s some time before the narrative drive becomes apparent I think that s a strength as the topics are both very interesting to me personally, but I realise lots of other people might be saying get on with it long before the novel slips into higher gear The latter part of the book dwells as much on personal political issues an [...]

    2. I almost gave up on this book a dozen times because the first half is so plodding, plodding, plodding and it is difficult to follow who is talking and the action bips and bops back and forth in time However, about 2 3 way the thru the author seems to finally find his voice and pacing and the whole story gets entertaining It was actually worth the effort My impression is that this story is than just slightly autobiographical, and that was part of the problem why the author had trouble getting g [...]

    3. as a novel it s OK, but a little flat As a window into the world of British film censorship it s far interesting The author could have maybe should have written a non fiction book covering the same ground.

    4. Great premise, characterisation and story All around good except for the cop out ending Not quite as bad as the St Elsewhere twist ending, but close Some editor somewhere needed to just tear up the last page.

    5. A fascinating book, well worth the read I think Though it has to be said, the writing occasionally set my teeth on edge

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