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2 edition of Banishment. found in the catalog.

Banishment.

Daud.* Haider

Banishment.

by Daud.* Haider

  • 130 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by United Writers in Calcutta .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination23 p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14676097M

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. A few million copies, and four movies later, The Hunger Games has gone on to create a narrative and archetype rivaled by only Harry Potter before it. The trilogy has been banned for a variety of reasons including: anti-family, occultism/satanism, violence and more.. These are just some of the books “they” didn’t want you to read. I first read Banishment when it was originally released in Since then I must have read it a dozen times or more. Every time I read it I enjoy it as if it's the first time of reading. It is without doubt my all time favourite book & have recommended it to various friends, all of who have also enjoyed it/5(37).

The children's series "Captain Underpants" has surprisingly topped the list of the most banned books in America in , beating out the much more controversial title "Fifty Shades of Grey." The Author: Pamela Engel. With Banned Books Week coming up this month, it’s a time to commemorate our freedom to read. Book banning and censorship has long been a part of our history.

Banned Books Week is a celebration of our freedom to read. And, looking at this list of literary gems that came so close to being driven into obscurity by moralistic censors, we do indeed have reason to celebrate. Recommended Reading: 5 Reasons Why Librarians Are Your Only Hope;. American Library Association, "Banned and/or Challenged Books from the Radcliffe Publishing Course Top Novels of the 20th Century," (accessed Sep. 18, ) Rick Abbott, "'Where Is the Line?' Book Pulled from Minnesota School Shelves after Superintendent Deems It 'Vulgar,'" , ; Loris Vezzali, et al.


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