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"Fiction and the Censor"

was a speech by Bram Stoker. It was presented in the UK on November 18, 1907 at a dinner of the Authors' Club, held at the club premises in Whitehall Court, London.


Unfortunately, the exact contents of "Fiction and the Censor" are currently unknown. However, based on a writeup of this speech in the November 19, 1907 issue of The Times, London, it was probably published in a somewhat altered version under the title "The Censorship of Fiction" in the September 1908 issue of The Nineteenth Century and After: A Monthly Review.


The Times, November 19, 1907

The Times, London, November 19, 1907
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