From Ulysses to Catcher in the Rye: What exactly makes a banned book obscene?
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"A witch there was, who webs could weave to snare the heart and wits to reave, who span dark spells with spider-craft, and as she span she softly laughed;" From J.R.R Tolkein's The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun
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George Orwell warns about the dangers of Nationalistm: "...if need be, the necessary facts are simply invented or, contrariwise, erased.”
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Virginia Woolf says Leo Tolstoy seems able to read the minds of different people as certainly as we count the buttons on their coats.
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A is for Alibi is not just a great read, it’s a great collector’s edition! This edition is a true first in near fine condition. This alibi might not get you out of trouble, but it will be great addition to your library!