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Login or Register. Save Word. As noted in Claire Tomalin's intensively researched "The Invisible Woman", Charles Dickens is known to have made a big bonfire of his letters and private papers, as well as asking friends and acquaintances to either return letters which he wrote to them or themselves destroy the letters — and most complied with his request.
Dickens' purpose was to destroy evidence of his affair with the actress Nelly Ternan. To judge from surviving Dickens letters, the destroyed material — even if not intended for publication — might have had considerable literary merit.
In the s Tchaikovsky destroyed the full manuscript of his first opera, The Voyevoda. Decades later, during the Soviet period, The Voyevoda was posthumously reconstructed from surviving orchestral and vocal parts and the composer's sketches.
Martin Gardner , a well-known expert on the work of Lewis Carroll , believes that Carroll had written a earlier version of Alice in Wonderland which he later destroyed after writing a more elaborate version which he presented to the child Alice who inspired the book.
Joe Shuster , who together with Jerry Siegel created the fictional superhero Superman , in burned the first Superman story when under the impression that it would not find a publisher.
In August , when C. Lewis resigned from Magdalene College, Cambridge and his rooms there were being cleaned out, Lewis gave instructions to Douglas Gresham to destroy all his unfinished or incomplete fragments of manuscript - which scholars researching Lewis' work regard as a grievous loss.
He promised the premiere of this symphony to Serge Koussevitzky in and , and a London performance in under Basil Cameron was even advertised to the public.
However, no such symphony was ever performed, and the only concrete evidence of the symphony's existence on paper is a bill for a fair copy of the first movement and short draft fragments first published and played in My husband collected a number of the manuscripts in a laundry basket and burned them on the open fire in the dining room.
Parts of the Karelia Suite were destroyed — I later saw remains of the pages which had been torn out — and many other things.
I did not have the strength to be present and left the room. I therefore do not know what he threw on to the fire.
But after this my husband became calmer and gradually lighter in mood. Axel Jensen made his debut as a novelist in Oslo in with the novel Dyretemmerens kors , but he later burned the remaining unsold copies of the book.
In Catholic hagiography , Saint Vincent of Saragossa is mentioned as having been offered his life on condition that he consign Scripture to the fire; he refused and was martyred.
He is often depicted holding the book which he protected with his life. Another book-saving Catholic Saint is the 10th-century Saint Wiborada.
She is credited with having predicted in an invasion by the then-pagan Hungarians of her region in Switzerland. Her warning allowed the priests and religious of St.
Gall and St. Magnus to hide their books and wine and escape into caves in nearby hills. In art, she is commonly represented holding a book to signify the library she saved, and is considered a patron saint of libraries and librarians.
During a tour of Thuringia in , Martin Luther became enraged at the widespread burning of libraries along with other buildings during the German Peasants' War , writing Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants in response.
During the Revolutions of in the Austrian Empire the Imperial Court Library now Austrian National Library was in extreme danger, when the bombardment of Vienna caused the burning of the Hofburg , in which the Imperial Library was located.
Fortunately, the fire was halted in time - saving countless irreplaceable books, diligently collected by many generations of Habsburg emperors and the scholars in their employ.
Otherwise the archives — containing a vast number of documents relating to the years' history of the Abbey as well as some 1, irreplaceable manuscript codices , chiefly patristic and historical — would have been destroyed in the Allied air bombing which almost completely destroyed the Abbey shortly afterwards.
Also saved by the two officers' prompt action were the collections of the Keats-Shelley Memorial House in Rome, which had been sent to the Abbey for safety in December At risk to his own life, Korkut smuggled the Haggadah out of Sarajevo and gave it for safekeeping to a Muslim cleric in Zenica , where it was hidden until the end of the war under the floorboards of either a mosque or a Muslim home.
The Haggadah again survived destruction during the wars which followed the breakup of Yugoslavia. In s France, a group of anti-fascist exiles created a Library of Burned Books which housed all the books that Adolf Hitler had destroyed.
This library contained copies of titles that were burned by the Nazis in their campaign to cleanse German culture of Jewish and foreign influences such as pacifist and decadent literature.
The Nazis themselves planned to make a "museum" of Judaism once the Final Solution was complete to house certain books that they had saved.
When Virgil died, he left instructions that his manuscript of the Aeneid was to be burnt , as it was a draft version with uncorrected faults and not a final version for release.
However, this instruction was ignored. It is mainly to the Aeneid , published in this "imperfect" form, that Virgil owes his lasting fame — and it is considered one of the great masterpieces of classical literature as a whole.
Had Brod carried out Kafka's instructions, virtually the whole of Kafka's work — except for a few short stories published in his lifetime — would have been lost forever.
Most critics, at the time and up to the present, justify Brod's decision. Brod expressed pain at the irreversible loss of this material and happiness at having saved so much of Kafka's work from its creator's ruthlessness.
A similar case concerns the noted American poet Emily Dickinson , who died in and left to her sister Lavinia the instruction of burning all her papers.
Lavinia Dickinson did burn almost all of her sister's correspondences, but interpreted the will as not including the forty notebooks and loose sheets, all filled with almost poems; these Lavinia saved and began to publish the poems that year.
Had Lavinia Dickinson been more strict in carrying out her sister's will, all but a small handful of Emily Dickinson's poetic work would have been lost.
Despite the fact that the act of destroying books is condemned by the majority of the world's societies, book burning still occurs on a small or large scale.
In the People's Republic of China, library officials publicize the burning of books that have fallen out of favor with the Communist Party of China 's elites.
In Azerbaijan , when a modified Latin alphabet was adopted, books which were published in the Arabic script were burned, especially those published in the late s and s.
Book burnings were regularly organised in Nazi Germany in the s by stormtroopers so that "degenerate" works could be destroyed, especially works written by Jewish authors such as Thomas Mann , Marcel Proust , and Karl Marx.
One of the most infamous book burnings in the 20th century occurred in Frankfurt, Germany on May 10th, Organized by Joseph Goebbels, books were burned in a celebratory fashion, complete with bands, marchers, and songs.
Seeking to "cleanse" German culture of the "un-German" spirit, Goebbels compelled students who were egged on by their professors to perform the book burning.
To some this could be easily dismissed as the childish actions of the youth, but to many in Europe and America, it was a horrific display of power and disrespect.
In the s, over six tons of books by William Reich were burned in the U. In Denmark , a comic book burning took place on 23 June It was a bonfire which consisted of comic books topped by a life-size cardboard cutout of The Phantom.
Kjell Ludvik Kvavik, a senior Norwegian official, had a penchant for removing maps and other pages from rare books and he was noticed in January by a young college student.
The student, Barbro Andenaes, reported the actions of the senior official to the superintendent of the reading room and then reported them to the head librarian of the university library in Oslo.
Hesitant to make the accusation against Kvavik public because it would greatly harm his career, even if it was proven to be false, the media did not divulge his name until his house was searched by police.
The authorities seized maps and prints as well as books that Kvavik had illegally obtained. While this may not have been the large scale, violent demonstration which usually occurs during wars , Kvavik's disregard for libraries and books shows that the destruction of books on any scale can affect an entire country.
Here, a senior official in the Norwegian government was disgraced and the University Library was only refunded for a small portion of the costs which it had incurred from the loss and destruction of rare materials and the security changes that had to be made as a result of it.
In this case, the lure of personal profit and the desire to enhance one's own collection were the causes of the defacement of rare books and maps.
While the main goal was not destruction for destruction's sake, the resulting damage to the ephemera still carries weight within the library community.
In , Amsterdam's South African Institute was infiltrated by an organized group which was bent on drawing attention to the inequality of apartheid.
Well-organized and ensuring patrons of the library that no harm would come to them, group members systematically smashed microfiche machines and threw books into the nearby waterway.
Indiscriminate with regard to the content which was being destroyed, shelf after shelf was cleared of its contents until the group left.