Slovenski literati in cesarska cenzura v dolgem 19. stoletju


The book ('Slovenian Writers and Imperial Censorship in the Long Nineteenth Century') summarizes the results of three years of research in which members of the project group from three institutions (ZRC SAZU, UL and UNG) collaborated with invited specialists on individual censorship topics. From the perspective of censorship, the “long nineteenth century” was extremely dynamic. During this period, which is symmetrically divided into two parts by the revolutionary year of 1848, Slovenian secular literature emerged, the first newspapers appeared, and the national movement strengthened. All these processes were significantly influenced by imperial censorship: until 1848 in the form of pre-censorship, which was concretized in the censorship network of the notorious duo Metternich-Sedlnitzky, and after the March Revolution mainly in the form of post-censorship, which curbed problematic authors with the help of the judicial apparatus. The monograph consists of twenty-one richly illustrated chapters: The introduction is followed by two chronologically arranged central sections (“1789–1848: Censorship from the French Revolution to the March Revolution” and “1848–1918: Censorship from the March Revolution to World War I”), each consisting of ten chapters.



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150 mm x 210 mm