Banned Books Week: What subversives are you reading? (via Insatiable Booksluts)

Banned Books Week: What subversives are you reading? Firstly, I have to say that I am amazed that people are still fashed over The Color Purple and The Catcher in the Rye, but according to the ALA, both books made the top ten challenged books in 2009.  Also, can someone tell me why The Call of the Wild was banned/challenged?  Is there a human cannibalism scene that I don't know about? (I never got around to reading Jack London, because I have a vagina.) So, banned books week is nigh upon us; starti … Read More

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