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Charles Rembar • 7 Items / 3 Books, 4 Articles
The End of Obscenity (1968)
The Trials of Lady Chatterley, Tropic of Cancer and Fanny Hill
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Published Reviews
  1. Books in Review
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    Pornography & The Courts (Review)
    The End of Obscenity, by Charles Rembar
    1. The End of Obscenity by Charles Rembar
    Commentary, November 1968, pp. 97-99
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    From Here to Obscenity (Review)
    The End of Obscenity, by Charles Rembar
    1. The End of Obscenity by Charles Rembar
    The Nation, September 2, 1968, p. 184
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    Obscenity in the Courts (Review)
    The End of Obscenity, by Charles Rembar
    1. The End of Obscenity by Charles Rembar
    The New Republic, June 22, 1968, pp. 31-32
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    General
    1. A Very Personal Presidency by Hugh Sidey
    2. Van Meegeren: Master Forger by Lord Kilbracken
    3. The End of Obscenity by Charles Rembar
    4. The Rich and the Super-Rich by Ferdinand Lundberg
    5. The Academic Revolution by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman
    The New Yorker, August 10, 1968, pp. 95-98
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    Short Reviews (14 Reviews)
    The End of Obscenity, by Charles Rembar
    1. The End of Obscenity by Charles Rembar
    2. The Real Thing by William Carney
    3. The Irish by Donald S. Connery
    4. T. H. White by Sylvia Townsend Warner
    5. The Gentle Art of Making Enemies by James McNeill Whistler
    6. Onwards! by Nat Hentoff
    7. Aspects of Antiquity by M.I. Finley
    8. Colonel Sun by Kingsley Amis
    9. Ellen Terry by Roger Manvell
    10. The Survival of Scotland by Eric Linklater
    11. Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections by James A. Michener
    12. The Walls of Jerusalem by Chaim Raphael
    13. The Golden Age by J. Paul Getty
    14. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang by Pauline Kael
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1968, pp. 122-126