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Banned in Ireland in 1932 because of it's treatment of adolescent sexuality,questionable language, and critiques of Irish republicanism, social attitudes and the Catholic Church.

Banned in Ireland in 1932 because of it's treatment of adolescent sexuality,questionable language, and critiques of Irish republicanism, social attitudes and the Catholic Church.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books:  The Nazi's and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books.  Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farhenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books.  It and the books on this list are all worth reading.  The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazi's and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farhenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazi's and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farhenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazi's and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farhenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

The Catholic Church had a list of banned books until 1966, one of which was "Les Miserables."

The Catholic Church had a list of banned books until 1966, one of which was "Les Miserables."

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

Banned Books: The Nazis and the Catholic Church were and are not the only ones to ban books. Currently the State Board of Education bans several. Ray Bradbury's "Farenheit 451" is a tale of a society banning books. It and the books on this list are all worth reading. The ability to publish them is freedom of speech.

All of Bruno's works were placed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (English: List of Prohibited Books) in 1603. This was a list of publications deemed heretical, anti-clerical or lascivious, and therefore banned by the Catholic Church.

All of Bruno's works were placed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (English: List of Prohibited Books) in 1603. This was a list of publications deemed heretical, anti-clerical or lascivious, and therefore banned by the Catholic Church.

"June 14th, 1966, the Catholic Church lifted the final restriction on banned books from the Index Librorum Prohibitorum or the 'List of Prohibited Books.'”--kschwenk on SDSU Library & Information Access

"June 14th, 1966, the Catholic Church lifted the final restriction on banned books from the Index Librorum Prohibitorum or the 'List of Prohibited Books.'”--kschwenk on SDSU Library & Information Access

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