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Oh, and he had hundreds of followers of Confucius buried alive [250 BC].
When Confucian books and scholars were burned by Qin dynasty officials, a single copy of the sage's works was saved in the state library.) ("Homosexuality." "Anti-family." "Unsuited to age group." "Religious viewpoint." "Anti-ethnic." "Sexism." Moved from the children's fiction section to children's nonfiction at two Rolling Hill's Consolidated Library's branches in Savannah and St.
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The committee, which will include parents, would decide whether parents should be warned if a book contains possibly objectionable material; anti-family, cultural insensitivity, drugs/alcohol/smoking, gambling, offensive language, sex education, sexually explicit, unsuited for age group, violence, "depictions of bullying.") ("Racist." "Degrading, insensitive, and oppressive." "Use of the word 'nigger.'" Banned in 1885 in the Concord, Massachusetts library for being what the Public Library Committee called "trash".
From a newspaper clipping: Boston Evening Transcript March 17, 1885 p. The Concord (Mass.) Public Library committee has decided to exclude Mark Twain's latest book from the library.
One member of the committee says that, while he does not wish to call it immoral, he thinks it contains but little humor, and that of a very coarse type. The librarian and the other members of the committee entertain similar views, characterizing it as rough, coarse and inelegant, dealing with a series of experiences not elevating, the whole book being more suited to the slums that to intelligent, respectable people." Read other press items.
Challenged in the Normal, Illinois Community high school’s sophomore literature class in 2003 as being degrading to African Americans.
The book was pulled from the middle school library recommended list because of concerns that the book deals with the occult.) (The first ruler of the Chin Dynasty ordered all books relating to the teachings of Confucius burned.
Pulled from the reading lists at the three Renton, Washington high schools in 2004 after an African American student said the book degraded her and her culture.
The novel, which is not required reading in Renton schools but is on a supplemental list of approved books, was eventually retained for classroom usage.
The novel has received several awards including the New York Times Notable Book Award.
It was also a Garden State Teen Book Award nominee.) (Was originally to be published by Simon and Schuster, but they withdrew after protests from the National Organization of Women calling the book "dangerously misogynistic." The New York Times headlined a review of the book "Don't Buy This Book." Sale and purchase of this book was banned in the Australian State of Queensland.