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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 Trials of Portnoy : When Penguin Fought for Literature and Liberty
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'One grey morning in October 1970, in a crowded, tizzy-pink courtroom on the corner of Melbourne’s Russell and La Trobe Streets, crown prosecutor Leonard Flanagan began denouncing a novel in terms that were strident and ringing.' (Introduction)

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