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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel

Sex, Literature and Censorship (1953) is a collection of essays by D. H. Lawrence.

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Introduction: D.H. Lawrence and the "censor-morons."--Love.--Making love to music.--Cocksure women and hensure men.--Sex versus loveliness.--Introduction to pansies.--The state of funk.--Pornography and Obscenity.--Apropos of Lady Chatterley's lover.

Snippet from "The State of Funk"

What is the matter with the English, that they are so scared of everything? They are in a state of blue funk, and ... When a people falls into a state of funk, then God help it. Because mass funk leads ... Granted all the pains and dangers and uncertainties, there is no excuse for falling into a state of funk. If we come to think of it, ...




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