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Banned Books Week is nearly here!

Every year, when this celebration (celebration? Protest?) rolls around, I remember that I wanted to make a concerted effort to get some of the books into my TBR pile. 320 more words


"Celebrate your freedom to read."

Have you ever heard of Banned Books Week? No? Well then, sit down and have a listen, my friends.

Founded in 1982, Banned Books Week was created in response to the many attempts to ban books in schools, libraries, and bookstores. 523 more words

Banned Books

I read banned books, apparently.

As you may know, next week is Banned Books Week. I want to do a post about this, so I’ve been working through the various lists of banned and/or challenged books available on the internet. 381 more words


Banned Books Today

The ACLU chapter active in my state is holding a celebration of banned books next week up in Charleston. If you’re in the area, I invite you to go and see what is happening today in the world of banned books. 536 more words


Banned Books Week 2014!

Next week, September 21-27, is the annual Banned Books week, a celebration of the books and authors that have been repeatedly banned or censored throughout the US and the world. 135 more words

Reflections on Lolita

Confession: I read Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita for class.

Yes, I had read the more (in)famous segments of it before, even looked at the Sparknotes and read the transcripts of hearings about why it was banned, but I had never formally sat down, read and analyzed Nabokov’s notorious masterwork. 851 more words


Banned Books Blog Party!

Banned Books Week is a yearly event celebrating the freedom to read and protesting censorship or attempts to ban books. I love holidays. The simple fact that they’re holidays are good enough for me, but I also love celebrating them. 318 more words

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