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  • noun Plural form of abridgement.

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  • While there have been many abridgements and expurgated editions of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn published over the years to make this classic American story accessible to younger readers, and some of these editions are actually for sale in our museum bookstore, they can only be viewed as a prelude to the way that all mature American readers should engage this book.

    Craig Hotchkiss: Rewriting Huckleberry Finn Twists Twain's Intentions

  • While there have been many abridgements and expurgated editions of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn published over the years to make this classic American story accessible to younger readers, and some of these editions are actually for sale in our museum bookstore, they can only be viewed as a prelude to the way that all mature American readers should engage this book.

    Craig Hotchkiss: Rewriting Huckleberry Finn Twists Twain's Intentions

  • While there have been many abridgements and expurgated editions of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn published over the years to make this classic American story accessible to younger readers, and some of these editions are actually for sale in our museum bookstore, they can only be viewed as a prelude to the way that all mature American readers should engage this book.

    Craig Hotchkiss: Rewriting Huckleberry Finn Twists Twain's Intentions

  • But, relying on the ethos of political correctness that has resulted in such abridgements of First Amendment freedoms as university speech codes and other restrictive practices, Islamists seek to win what sanction they can to censor others.

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 1002

  • While there have been many abridgements and expurgated editions of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn published over the years to make this classic American story accessible to younger readers, and some of these editions are actually for sale in our museum bookstore, they can only be viewed as a prelude to the way that all mature American readers should engage this book.

    Craig Hotchkiss: Rewriting Huckleberry Finn Twists Twain's Intentions

  • While there have been many abridgements and expurgated editions of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn published over the years to make this classic American story accessible to younger readers, and some of these editions are actually for sale in our museum bookstore, they can only be viewed as a prelude to the way that all mature American readers should engage this book.

    Craig Hotchkiss: Rewriting Huckleberry Finn Twists Twain's Intentions

  • But, relying on the ethos of political correctness that has resulted in such abridgements of First Amendment freedoms as university speech codes and other restrictive practices, Islamists seek to win what sanction they can to censor others.

    Fury Leaflet | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • The translation into Anglo-Saxon of the Latin Historiarum is highly abridged – it cuts the original seven books down to six, and leaves out large sections of the text (Bately, in her introduction to the text, gives a more complete summary of the textual differences, both the abridgements and additions).

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The translation into Anglo-Saxon of the Latin Historiarum is highly abridged – it cuts the original seven books down to six, and leaves out large sections of the text (Bately, in her introduction to the text, gives a more complete summary of the textual differences, both the abridgements and additions).

    Getting Anglo-Saxon, or, Anatomy of a First Chapter

  • We read them in snippets, abridgements, condensed versions.

    Canonical Writers

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