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The "Chandos" portrait
                of William Shakespeare, attributed to John Taylor, and
                part of National Portrait Gallery in London

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Banned Books: Shakespeare Censored!

An online exhibition of the works of William Shakespeare that have been censored, challenged, and banned around the world.


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Banned Books

Censorship and the First Amendment

  • Beacon for Freedom - An international database on censorship of books and newspapers, and literature on freedom of expression, produced by the Norwegian Forum for Freedom of Expression.
  • Bonfire of Liberties - An excellent site on censorship by the Texas Humanities Resource Center.
  • Censored - A guide containing Internet and print resources on various aspects of censorship and free expression. Also contains an excellent bibliography about banned books.
  • The File Room Censorship Archive - A comprehensive guide to censorship.
  • The Free Expression Network - An organization committed to protecting the intellectual freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment.

Organizations Supporting Free Speech and the Freedom of Expression

 

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"Art made tongue-tied by authority."

-William Shakespeare, Sonnet 66



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