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06/12/1933 Ban on James Joyce's "Ulysses" in the US is lifted

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One Book Called ULYSSES

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Why should you read James Joyce's "Ulysses"? - Sam Slote

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James Joyce Ulysses, first edition 1/100 copies signed

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5 Tips for Reading Ulysses by James Joyce

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Murray McArthur on James Joyce's Ulysses

Joyce's novel Ulysses was banned in the US due passages of the book dealing with characters masturbating and obscenity. Throughout the 1920s, the United States Post Office Department burned copies of the novel. The decision of lifting the ban came in 1933 under the rule of US federal judge John M. Woolsey.
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