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Feminist Debates on Sexuality and Love
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You might also like. More by Henry Miller. Siksos , Dar Al Mada in Arabic - lst ed. Libraries near you: WorldCat. The works mentioned sexual relations with an openness that was decades ahead of their time. The books are regarded as shocking and gripping chronicles of life.
The book became popular reading during the German occupation Immediately after the German occupation 9 April May the occupation forces implemented a propaganda and censorship system. In February of , the occupation authorities issued a decree concerning the protection of Norwegi an literature, introducing a comprehensive index of forbidden literature.
The controversial book, written under the pseudonyms Agnes and Ernestine Lefevre, is an example of Holocaust pulp fiction. The book, published nearly ten years after the end of the German occupation, graphically details and sensationalizes the experiences of two French Jewish sisters in a German officer camp brothel during World War II.
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The controversy surrounding Block 7 and its depiction of grave sexual violence prompted the Attorney General to open an investigation into the legality of the book. The publisher Brann withdrew the book, admitting that some depictions were "unnecessarily realistic," according to a newspaper article in the Hamar Arbeiderblad December 28, The authorities confiscated and suppressed the book.
Nevertheless, 60 copies were printed. The book attracted fierce attention for its erotic depictions. Mykle and with publisher Harald Grieg were charged for distributing pornography. In , the Norwegian Supreme Court delivered verdict of not guilty. Henry Miller was an American writer. The case is an example of indirect censorship as the authorities wanted to prohibit the import and sale of obscene material in Norway. This characteristic of Miller's authorship led to the censorship of many of his books in the United States and other countries, including in Norway.