[Milton-L] censorship and pl

Cristine Soliz csoliz at csoliz.com
Wed Nov 30 15:47:26 EST 2005

What was called attention to was the publisher not the curriculum since the
verses were the same in the Catholic bible.  That's the real shame.  And I
think something like this figures into any censoring of Milton's PL.

Dr. Cristine Soliz
PhD in Comparative Literature
Faculty in English, Diné College
csoliz at csoliz.com

> From: "Fr M J (Mike) Logsdon" <mjl at ix.netcom.com>
> Reply-To: John Milton Discussion List <milton-l at lists.richmond.edu>
> Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 14:11:28 -0800 (GMT-08:00)
> To: John Milton Discussion List <milton-l at lists.richmond.edu>
> Subject: Re: [Milton-L] censorship and pl
>>>> Being kicked out of a
> volunteer job was traumatic for me, but at least I got an insight into the
> effects of censorship.<<<
> Within the bounds of Rome's own rules, it would not be right to call what
> happened to you "censorship," as Rome -- indeed, any organisation -- has the
> right to define its own curriculum.  Were you at least asked to stop?  Or
> quite blatantly "kicked out"?  If the latter, the shame is not that the
> curriculum was not allowed (indeed, it could not be), but rather that you
> weren't sat down and communicated with as to the issues,
> --
> Etc,
> Fr M J "Mike" Logsdon
> Special Assistant to the Presiding Archbishop
> North American Old Roman Catholic Church (Utrecht Succession)
> www.naorc.org
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