samizdat

[ UK /sˈæmɪzdˌæt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a system of clandestine printing and distribution of dissident or banned literature
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How To Use samizdat In A Sentence

  • The first samizdat were typed carbons, definitely not books, just as the Samizdat you are holding now is definitely not the usual literary journal.
  • On this issue, I rather incline towards the Samizdata view.
  • The audience for academic journals and collections of philosophical essays is limited, however, and so the essay tended to be passed along, samizdat style, from one aficionado to another.
  • Journalists adopted tactics of underground publication, in the best tradition of East European samizdat.
  • In Ukraine, all performances and translations of Shakespeare into Ukrainian were banned by strict ukases, thus turning Shakespeare into samizdat literature well before the Soviet period.
  • B minor Mass: Quoniam tu solus sanctus « Anglican Samizdat B minor Mass: Quoniam tu solus sanctus « Anglican Samizdat
  • Some of the few things that can still scandalise: Bible quotes « Anglican Samizdat Some of the few things that can still scandalise: Bible quotes « Anglican Samizdat
  • Samizdata reminds us that on July 16, 1945, at Alamogordo, New Mexico, the Trinity test saw the Earth's first detonation of a nuclear device.
  • In Ukraine, all performances and translations of Shakespeare into Ukrainian were banned by strict ukases, thus turning Shakespeare into samizdat literature well before the Soviet period.
  • Accessibility is part of the problem, since much of Yoder's work remains unpublished, or available only in hard-to-obtain samizdat copy.
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