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Rachel Potter lectures in the English Department at the University of East Anglia and specialises in modernist literature. She is the author of many books and essays on modernist writing, including Modernism and Democracy: Literary Culture 1900-1930 (OUP, 2006) and The Edinburgh Guide to Modernist Literature (EUP, 2012). She has also co-edited The Salt Companion to Mina Loy (Salt, 2010) and the forthcoming Prudes on the Prowl: Fiction and Obscenity in England 1850-Present Day (OUP, 2013).
Table of Contents
1. Censorship Networks
2. Anonymity and Self-Regulation
3. Publishers and Journals
4. Words and Minds
6. International Rights