What is it about banned books that instead of driving its readers away, get to be in the "best-seller's" list and wins the author a prize? The books listed above among the many great "banned" books that many of us, I'm quite certain, have heard of. To learn more about who, when, and why certain books got banned, read:http://www.banned-books.com/ and, http://specials.msn.com/A-List/Lifestyle/Banned-Books.aspx?cp-documentid=27932689&imageindex=1. Which brings us to a debatable quest: do the authorities ban the books out of moral superiority of fear of the ideas presented?
These books, nonetheless, are pretty much understandable for being in the "banned" list:
Or, should they not? 2-cents for your thoughts. ;) TGIF, people!