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Famous Books You Didn’t Know Were Censored

Absolutely love this book. Anne Frank's diary has been banned on multiple occasions. The most recent was in January 2010 when the book was pulled from a Virginia school for "sexually explicit" and "homosexual" themes.

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from BookBub Blog

16 Reasons Books Are Our Best Friends

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Top 35 Famous Book Quotes

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Top 35 Famous Book Quotes

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The Fascinating Stories Behind Classic Book Titles

Steinbeck’s working title for this slim novel was Something That Happened, which is actually sort of brilliant, if grim. But he changed it after reading Robert Burns’s poem “To a Mouse,” which contains the now-famous line, “The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men / Gang aft agley” (“The best-laid plans of mice and men / Often go awry”).

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First impressions matter, right? Well, the first line of a book is one way to make (or break) a great first impression. Here’s a fun infographic with 34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books. Enjoy! Scribendi.com What’s your favorite opening sentence in a book? Note: Some posts may contain affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase a product, we will receive a small commission for the sale at no additional cost to you. Subscribe to Chapter Break posts. Never miss a post on Chapter…
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34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books [Infographic

First impressions matter, right? Well, the first line of a book is one way to make (or break) a great first impression. Here’s a fun infographic with 34 Compelling First Lines of Famous Books. Enjoy! Scribendi.com What’s your favorite opening sentence in a book? Note: Some posts may contain affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase a product, we will receive a small commission for the sale at no additional cost to you. Subscribe to Chapter Break posts. Never miss a post on Chapter…

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List of Classic Books to Read Before You Die

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from the Guardian

The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list

Ana le gustaba la escuela en España, pero la clase de español era muy difícil porque estaban leyendo el libro de "Don Quijote" y no entiendo el español bien.

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The 50 Best Southern Novels Ever Written

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