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The unexpurgated diaries illuminate the spectacular process of self-mythology for a courageous wife, lover, and artist.
The Renaissance Revised, Expanded, Unexpurgated is such a document; and while its primary audience will still be art and history collections strong in Italian Renaissance subjects, it could (and should) reach beyond the realm of the scholar into the general-interest world, there to engross and educate readers who harbor a basic appreciation for Renaissance art and culture, and who seek more depth and further insights from a readable, lively encounter.
The new unexpurgated edition of My Life has an introduction by noted dance writer Joan Acocella.
Djuna" can be viewed as the twin of Henry & June (1986), published as the first volume of "the Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin" in 1986 and cinematized by Phillip Kaufman in 1990.
Dark and troubling in the way that unexpurgated Grimm tales are, "The Apostle" may be unsuitable for the very young, but deserves exposure beyond the fest circuit, where its gospel is already spreading.
Although her constantly calling me Mickey (after the gargantuan headed rodent - see last week's column for the full unexpurgated detail) is testing my patience and has me now dreaming of giant mouse traps and Disney genocide.
I think the electorate is being deprived of the unexpurgated opinions of the candidates in this election, on the basis of an interpretation of the word 'relevant'.
Barney Rosset, who died in February at age 89, as editor of Grove Press led the successful legal battle to publish an unexpurgated edition of Lady Chatterley's Lover in 1959, as well as Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer.
I daresay there is a copy of Lady Chatterley's Lover in half the nation's households now, but how many have the first unexpurgated edition, purchased on the day of publication, still in pristine condition?
Long Beach cartel filmmaker Kevin Barnett's quest to tell an unexpurgated story of Ed Templeton's contemporary expressions appears to be gaining traction.
As a full, unexpurgated history lesson, The Iron Lady is found wanting and great swathes of Thatcher's premiership are glossed over.
In The Letters of Ernest Hemingway: Volume 1, 1907-1922, the first of a slated dozen or so volumes of his complete, unexpurgated correspondence, the future Nobelist recounts, often in tedious detail, his love of fishing, his heroics on the Italian front, and his burgeoning friendships with expatriate American writers Ezra Pound and Gertrude Stein.
The Beautiful and the Damned by Siddhartha Deb: Unlike many readers in India, I've read the unexpurgated version.
The nine men and three women of the jury decided that the Penguin Book Company Ltd, were not guilty of publishing an obscene article - an unexpurgated version of the novel.
Had Theological Studies not required a mandate from higher authority to publish the unexpurgated final version of our reply to Himes and Coriden, their publication of the article would have contributed to the journal's credibility as a forum for fair and thorough treatment of vital theological controversies.