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Banned Books Week: The Freedom to Choose or Express an Opinion

While this may be a little off the premise of this blog, it can be argued that it will be about “Special Collections”. For years the American Library Association have published a list of books that have been challenged and/or banned that range from Ulysses, by James Joyce, burned in U.S. (1918), Ireland (1922), Canada (1922), England (1923) and banned in¬†England (1929) to ¬†And Tango Makes Three, by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell in 2014 because it is anti-family, has...