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John Chandos (editor). "To Deprave and Corrupt": Original Studies in the Nature and Definition of Obscenity. Souvenir Press. 1962. 207pp.

Alec Craig. Suppressed Books: A History of the Conception of Literary Obscenity:. World Publishing Co.. 1966. 285pp.

Joan E. DeJean. The Reinvention of Obscenity: Sex, Lies, and Tabloids in Early Modern France. University of Chicago Press. 2002. 204pp.

Morris L. Ernst; Alexander Lindey. The Censor Marches on: Recent Milestones in the Administration of the Obscenity Law in the United States. Da Capo Press. 1971. 346pp.

Andrea Friedman. Prurient Interests: Gender, Democracy and Obscenity in New York City, 1909-1945. Columbia University Press. 2000. 290pp.

Kerstin Mey. Art and Obscenity. I. B. Tauris. 2007. 182pp.

Christopher Jon Nowlin. Judging Obscenity: A Critical History of Expert Evidence. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2003. 285pp.

Allison Pease. Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Aesthetics of Obscenity. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 244pp.

Frederick F. Schauer. The Law of Obscenity. Bureau of National Affairs. 1976. 459pp.

A. B. Shah (editor). The Roots of Obscenity: Obscenity, Literature and the Law. Lalvani Publishing House. 1968. 148pp. For the International Association for Cultural Freedom.

Alan Travis. Bound and Gagged: A Secret History of Obscenity in Britain. London: Profile Books. 2000. 344pp.

Jan M. Ziolkowski (editor). Obscenity: Social Control and Artistic Creation in the European Middle Ages. E. J. Brill. 1998. 359pp.

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