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1954 and Fredric
Homosexual interpretations have been part of the academic study of Batman since psychologist Fredric Wertham asserted in his Seduction of the Innocent in 1954 that " Batman stories are psychologically homosexual.
A notable event in the history of the American comic book came with the psychiatrist Fredric Wertham's criticisms of the medium in his book Seduction of the Innocent ( 1954 ), which prompted the American Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency to investigate comic books.
* Fredric March in 1954
The shorts were intended to satirize suggestions that early Batman comics implied a homosexual relationship between the eponymous title character and his sidekick Robin, a charge most infamously leveled by Fredric Wertham in his 1954 book, Seduction of the Innocent.
Seduction of the Innocent is a book by German-American psychiatrist Fredric Wertham, published in 1954, that warned that comic books were a negative form of popular literature and a serious cause of juvenile delinquency.
Several live television adaptions were produced, including one in 1952, a BBC film for television, starring Morton Lowry as Tony Cavendish and Charmion King as Julia, renamed as ' Theatre Royal ' and one in 1954, with Fredric March reprising his role as Tony, Helen Hayes as Fanny, and Claudette Colbert as Julie.
Baker's cover for Phantom Lady # 17 ( Apr, 1949 ) was reproduced in Seduction of the Innocent, the 1954 book by Dr. Fredric Wertham denouncing what he saw as the morally corrupting effect of comics on children.
First US printing of Seduction of the Innocent ( 1954 ), by Dr. Fredric Wertham.

1954 and Wertham
The story was singled out by Robert Warshow in his 1954 essay " Paul, the Horror Comics, and Dr. Wertham ".

1954 and published
The present edition of crystal data ( Af ), published in 1954 as Memoir 60 of the Geological Society of America, is now out of print.
* Miss Marple's Final Cases and Two Other Stories ( short stories collected posthumously, also published as Miss Marple's Final Cases, but only six of the eight stories actually feature Miss Marple ) ( written between 1939 and 1954, published 1979 )
* 1954 – The first issue of Sports Illustrated is published.
* Aga Khan III, " Memoirs of Aga Khan: World Enough and Time ", London: Cassel & Company, 1954 ; published same year in the United States by Simon & Schuster.
* 1954 Quite Early One Morning ( Planned by Thomas, posthumously published ).
Greenberg is widely known for his development of a new classification system for the languages of Africa, which he published as a series of articles in the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology from 1949 to 1954 ( reprinted together as a book in 1955 ).
American writer Sylvia Wright coined the term in her essay " The Death of Lady Mondegreen ," published in Harper's Magazine in November 1954.
In a series of articles published between 1949 and 1954, he argued that Westermann's ' West Sudanic ' and Bantu formed a single genetic family, which he named Niger – Congo ; that Bantu constituted a subgroup of the Benue – Congo branch ; that Adamawa – Eastern, previously not considered to be related, was another member of this family ; and that Fula belonged to the West Atlantic languages.
This was the approach taken by the N. Bourbaki group in its Theory of Sets, published in 1954, long after Kuratowski discovered his reduction ( below ).
In 1954 China published maps showing substantial portions of Soviet Siberian territory as its own.
The exclusionary position of Kuhn and Benedict would be vindicated when André-Georges Haudricourt published on Vietnamese tonogenesis in 1954.
They took up the task of proving or disproving the existence of linguistic relativity experimentally and published their findings in 1954.
Gardner's Witchcraft Today was published in 1954.
The Thing # 12 ( Feb. 1954 ), Ditko's first published comic-book cover
In 1954, Zaehner published an article called The Menace of Mescaline, in which he asserted that " artificial interference with consciousness " could have nothing to do with the Christian " Beatific Vision ".
Written by Lewis between 1949 and 1954, illustrated by Pauline Baynes and originally published in London between October 1950 and March 1956, The Chronicles of Narnia has been adapted several times, complete or in part, for radio, television, the stage, and film.
The Magician's Nephew, the penultimate book to be published, but the last to be written, was completed in 1954.
Volumes 7 – 10, published in 1954, abandoned the religious message, and his popular audience slipped away, while scholars gleefully picked apart his mistakes.,
The most famous modern example of " hard " ( or anti -) primitivism in books and movies was William Golding's Lord of the Flies, published in 1954.
In 1954 he published a minor novel, Savage Holiday.
Wright's book on his journey, Black Power, was published in in 1954 ; its London publisher was Padmore's -- Dennis Dobson.
Some of the obiter dicta Whitehead spoke on these occasions were recorded by Lucien Price, a Boston journalist, who published them in 1954.
Story of O (, ) is an erotic novel published in 1954 about love, dominance and submission by French author Anne Desclos under the pen name Pauline Réage.
The novel, somewhat abridged, was originally serialised in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction ( May, June, July 1954 ) as " Star Lummox " and then published in hardcover as part of Scribner's series of Heinlein juveniles.

1954 and Seduction
In 1954, Wertham's book Seduction of the Innocent coincided with Congressional hearings on ( among other topics ) the negative influence of comic books.
His best-known book was Seduction of the Innocent ( 1954 ), which purported that comic books are dangerous to children.
* 1954: Seduction of the Innocent.
When the Comics Code was formed in 1954 in reaction to Wertham's Seduction of the Innocent, Dell again refused to join and instead began publishing in its comics a " Pledge to Parents " that promised their editorial process " eliminates, rather than regulates, objectional material " and concluded with the now classic credo " Dell Comics Are Good Comics.
Underground ( and Alternative ) Comics or Comix were born both out of the general 1960s counter-culture, and as a part reaction to the Comics code-induced censorship of all mainstream comics inspired by the hysteria surrounding Dr Wertham's seminal book Seduction of the Innocent ( 1954 ), which was interpreted as labelling comics partially or wholly responsible for juvenile delinquency:

1954 and Innocent
In Innocent Blood in several scenes, Phantom of the Rue Morgue ( from 1954 ) is showing on the television during the morgue scenes ( with Macielli ).

1954 and book
In response to attention from the government and from the media, the U. S. comic book industry set up the Comics Code Authority in 1954 and drafted the " Comics Code " in the same year.
In 1954, the 23 man crew of the Japanese fishing vessel Lucky Dragon was exposed to radioactive fallout from a hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll, in 1969, an ecologically catastrophic oil spill from an offshore well in California's Santa Barbara Channel, Barry Commoner's protest against nuclear testing, Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, Paul R. Ehrlich's The Population Bomb all added anxiety about the environment.
* 1954 – Mary Jo Duffy, American comic book writer and editor
* 1954 – Peter Laird, American comic book artist
A camera was used to illustrate Jean Rouch's subsequent book " Le Niger En Pirogue " ( Fernand Nathan, 1954 ), as well as Jean Sauvy ’ s “ Descente du Niger ” ( L ' Harmattan 2001 ).
* 1954 – Jan Duursema, American comic book artist
Hammerstein also wrote the book and lyrics for Carmen Jones, an adaptation of Georges Bizet's opera Carmen with an all-black cast that became a 1943 Broadway musical and a 1954 film.
* Gopal Chandra Kanungo illustrated and translated the book into Oriya in 1954.
Sondheim wrote a book of annotations of his lyrics titled Finishing the Hat ( 2010 ), a collection of his lyrics " from productions dating 1954 – 1981.
* Saturday Night ( 1954, though unproduced until 1997 ) ( book by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein )
The Doors of Perception is a 1954 book by Aldous Huxley detailing his experiences when taking mescaline.
In 1954 Gerald Gardner published a book, Witchcraft Today, in which he claimed to reveal the existence of a witch-cult that dated back to pre-Christian Europe.
Although, they are now much less well known than Population Bomb, they inspired many works such as the original Population Bomb pamphlet by Hugh Everett Moore in 1954 that inspired the name of Ehrlich's book, as well as some of the original societies concerned with population and environmental matters.
It should also be noted that on March 20, 1954, a cartoon was published in The New Yorker depicting the ( Addams125 of the book The World of Chas Addams ) family at rest in the den with two hands coming out of the record player changing the records.
* Homebodies ( book ) ( 1954 ) fourth anthology of drawings ( Simon & Schuster )
* Francis Donkin Bedford ( 1864 – 1954 ), an English book illustrator
However, Slovik's execution was the basis for a 1954 book by William Bradford Huie.
Twiss's book became the basis for the popular 1954 MGM film of the same name, directed by Vincente Minnelli, and starring Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball.
Western Publications produced a comic book about Tweety and Sylvester entitled Tweety and Sylvester, first in Dell Comics Four Color series # 406, 489, and 524, then in their own title from Dell Comics (# 4-37, 1954 – 62 ), then later from Gold Key Comics (# 1-102, 1963 – 72 ).
* In addition to two Prince Valiant phonograph records ( released in 1947 and 1968 ) and three coloring books, Treasure Books published a small 1954 children's book with Foster art in color.

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