------according to nytimes.com.
So, what would be the best way to celebrate this week by reading some the most famous banned books? I'm currently reading 'Perks of being a wallflower ' by Stephen Chbosky.
And i'll also be re-reading 'the catcher in the rye' by J.D Salinger.
The reason to read them is just not the 'reasons' because of which the books were banned but enjoy the freedom to read, to open up a little part of world that we didn't knew existed, to drown in that magical effect books have the ability to create.
So let's sit back comfortably on a favorite day of the week and enjoy intellectual freedom.:)
link: banned books week
p.s: Did you know that Harry Potter, Twilight and the adventures of huckleberry finn were also banned!