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Copyright Status for The Sun Also Rises : Protected until 2022 * Copyright Summary The Sun Also Rises was first published in 1926 with a copyright notice and was renewed within 28 years. The copyright term for works first published (by anyone) between 1923 - 1963 with a copyright notice and which were renewed within 28 years is 95 years after the date of publ ication. This work will fall into the public domain in 2022. Work Details Title/Description of Work: The Sun Also Rises Author/Copyright Holder: Ernest Hemmingway Publisher & Place of Publication: Charles Scribner's Sons: New York Date of First Publication: 1926 Additional Information: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin fringilla convallis leo at volutpat. Donec ligu la odio, mollis venenatis varius eu, tincidunt vel est. Proin ultricies sagittis luctus. Vestibulum et diam sit amet sapien viverra tincidunt vel nec mauris. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse ornare neque sed velit rutru m mollis a eget arcu. Fusce leo dolor, sodales ac faucibus at, interdum eget orci. Donec velit dui, molestie et imperdiet eget, vehicula eu felis. Fusce leo enim, molestie eu suscipit ac, egestas malesuada tellus. Mauris quam lacus, imperdiet sit amet * The copyright status/term of protection for this work was generated using the Copyright Genie , created by Michael Brewer and the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy. This tool tak es information provided by the user and calculates the copyright status and term of protection for unpublished works and for most works first published in the United States. For more information about this tool, go to: http://librarycopyright.net/genie/ . Disclaimer: the information provided by the Copyright Genie is only as good as the input provided by the user and is not i ntended to suggest a final judgment on the copyright status or term of protection for a work. Users are encouraged to share their findings with a copyright expert. The American Library Association, the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy, and Mich ael Brewer are not providing legal advice in the use of this tool. cong ue in, fermentum luctus felis. Calculation of Copyright Duration Done By: Michael Brewer, Team Leader for Instructional Services, University of Arizona Libraries Information/Responses Provided by the User : 1. Is the work in question copyrightable? 1 Yes 2. Has the work been published? 2 Yes 3. The work was first published - 3 In the United States 4. The work in question was created - By an Individual 5. In what year was the work first published (or registered with the Copyright Office, if unpublished)? a. [Addition al Information] 1926 6. Was the work published with a copyright notice – ? 4 Yes 7. Was the copyright on the work renewed? 5 Yes Relevant Notes: 1 Some works are not copyrightable. In order to qualify for protection under U.S. Copyright, works must represent an original work of authorship and be fixed in a tangible m edium of expression. Ideas, concepts, principles, etc. are not covered by copyright. U.S. Government Documents (those works prepared by an officer or employee of the United States Government as part of that person's official duties) are not covered by U.S . Copyright and are in the Public Domain. However, works not covered by U.S. Copyright Law may still be protected under other laws. For more information, see http://www.copyright.gov/title1 7/92chap1.html#102 2 A work is considered “published” if copies of it are distributed to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending. Offering to distribute copies or phonorecords to a group of persons for purposes of further distribution, public performance, or public display, also constitutes publication. A public performance or display of a work, however, does not of itself constitute publication. 3 Works that were simultaneously published abroad and in the US a re treated as if they are American publications. A work is considered “published” if copies of it are distributed to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending. The offering to distribute copies or phonorecords to a group of persons for purposes of further distribution, public performance, or public display, also constitutes publication. A public performance or display of a work, however, does not of itself constitute publication. 4 A copyright notice generally incl udes the copyright symbol or the word “copyright,” the author’s name and the year of publication (not necessarily all in the same place). For more information on the specifics of what is required for an adequate copyright notice, see the Code of Federal R egulations 202.2 at: http://www.copyright.gov/title37/202/37cfr202 - 2.html . Prior to March 1 st , 1989, a copyright notice [] was required on published works in order for them to qualify fo r copyright protection. After 1977 and on or before March 31 st , 1989, a work could be published without a copyright notice and still qualify for copyright protection, if registered with the Copyright Office within 5 years of publication. After Marc h 1 st , 1 989, a copyright notice was no longer necessary for copyright protection. Unpublished works have always been protected, with or without a copyright notice. 5 Works published after 1922 and before 1964 had to be individually renewed with the Copyright Offi ce to prevent the expiration of copyright protection. Works that were not renewed have fallen into t he public domain. The Stanford Copyright Renewal Database can help determine whether or not books published between 1922 and 1964 were renewed with the Copy right Office. To search the Stanford Copyright Renewal Database, go to: http://collections.stanford.edu/copyrightrenewals/bin/search/advanced . For other kinds of works, additional research will be required. For more information, see http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ15.pdf .

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