This article states about how the books The Catcher in the Rye, The Scarlet Letter, Huckleberry Finn, Harry Potter, The Diary of Anne Frank, Animal Farm, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Da Vinci Code and The Grapes of Wrath have all been banned from public and school libraries. These books are literary classics that have been large portions of learning to the education of many students over the past couple decades. The books listed above have been claimed to be banned because of racial slurs, sexual references, supposed witchcraft promotion, and religious intolerance. I believe that no book should be banned in any way once or ever because every book has a reader. For someone to destroy such literature and novels that have so much hard time and writing put into them is just wrong. All though I believe that books should not be banned I can also see why some parents or government officials might be all for the banning of books, some literature out there is just to in depth and almost considered perverted and disgusting. From this factual information I completely see why some parents would want to ban books because of coarse they wouldn't want their children reading such foul information and stories at such a young age. The banning of books is one controversy that I think will never come to an official end.
Via michael cifizzari