samizdat
noun Etymology: Russian, from sam- self- + izdatel'stvo publishing house Date: 1967 a system in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and countries within its orbit by which government-suppressed literature was clandestinely printed and distributed; also such literature

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  • Samizdat — (auto publicado, en ruso самиздат) era una práctica en tiempos de la Unión Soviética destinada a evitar la censura impuesta por los gobiernos de los partidos comunistas en los paises del Bloque oriental. Mediante esta práctica, individuos y… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • samizdat — illegal and clandestine copying and sharing of literature, 1967, from Rus. samizdat, lit. self publishing, from sam self + izdatel stvo publishing, probably a word play on Gosizdat, the former state publishing house of the U.S.S.R. One who took… …   Etymology dictionary

  • samizdat — sȁmizdat m DEFINICIJA 1. pov. privatno legalno ili tajno izdavanje ili izdanje knjiga i drugih pisanih tekstova koji nisu odgovarali službenoj politici u SSSR u (ob. iz disidentskih krugova) 2. žarg. (ob. pejor.) a. način izdavanja djela (autor… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • samizdat — [säm΄iz dät′] n. [Russ, lit., self published < samo , self (for IE base see SAME) + izdat , to publish < iz , from, out of + dat , to give (see DACHA)] 1. a system by which manuscripts denied official publication in the Soviet Union were… …   English World dictionary

  • Samizdat — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Samizdat (homonymie). Publications clandestines polonaises des années 1980 Le samizdat (en russe : самиздат) était un système clandestin …   Wikipédia en Français

  • samizdat — /sah miz daht /; Russ. /seuh myiz daht /, n. 1. a clandestine publishing system within the Soviet Union, by which forbidden or unpublishable literature was reproduced and circulated privately. 2. a work or periodical circulated by this system.… …   Universalium

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