Monday, September 26, 2011

How Can These Books be Banned?

I know this is a little off topic for this blog, but when I "re-invented" it, my intention was to broaden its scope. I came across a link to libraryland on NPR this morning and followed the link to the 2011 Banned Books List. I've read a lot of these books. I seriously doubt they're banned in the U.S (unless we're talking about public school libraries and such). or in many western nations. Too bad NPR or Libraryland failed to run even a small explanation about where these books are banned and under what conditions people are forbidden to read them.


  1. One only needs to go to the root the url.

    This is a High School Media Center in Georgia.

    I also found this on the server.

  2. Thanks, Nathan. I saw your comment on Google+. Nothing wrong with the comments here as far as I can tell. I just require comments to be approved before they're published.


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