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I Wish...

Jury duty day 2 was even less eventful than day 1. The jury coordinator stepped up to the mike 3 times to call the names of people to go up to courtrooms. 457 more words


Web Share: Banned Books Week

I am going to be completely honest with you. I had no idea Banned Books Week existed. I know, I am slapping my hand as we speak. 219 more words

Web Share

Required Reading Revisited - March

In the Required Reading Revisited Book Club we focus on books considered “Required Reading” by most educational institutions, i.e. books you read (or were supposed to read) in school – either high school or university. 632 more words

Pumpkin Lattes and More Banned Books

Did you forget Banned Books Week? Or did you celebrate fully with one copy of Lolita in your right hand and the Bible in your left? 1,014 more words

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey

I originally intended to write a blog post about ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ by Ken Kesey during Banned Books Week (27th September – 3rd October). 483 more words


Is Banned Books Week Still Necessary?

Slate contributor Ruth Graham recently authored an article on Banned Books Week (which took place from September 27th to October 3rd this year), writing that the event is unnecessary in our world today. 1,046 more words


Dangerous Literature: In Celebration of Banned Books Week

Okay I know I’m a couple of weeks late to this.  I honestly didn’t know banned books week was coming up until it was already gone.   783 more words

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