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"The Code Michau of 1629 did not completely eliminate the Sorbonne's participation in the business of censorship. The Doctors of Theology of the Sorbonne could still be called upon to screen religious publications; however, the Chancellery was given control over censorship." --The Reinvention of Obscenity (2002), Joan DeJean

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