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https://plus.google.com/112399949346928692363 nicole brown : There must be more to life than having everything. -- Maurice Sendak
There must be more to life than having everything.
-- Maurice Sendak


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https://plus.google.com/107757988272994218036 Hershel Parker :

Worth re-posting: How to Criticize, According to Maurice Sendak
first posted Thursday, February 27, 2014 Maurice Sendak's Lesson to Hershel Parker in How to Give Criticism This is a little story about the perils of being friends with a great artist. 5 March...
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https://plus.google.com/107757988272994218036 Hershel Parker :

A Bit of Confirmation on "transforming while revising" from Maurice Sendak
For reasons connected to starting ORNERY PEOPLE, I am looking at old diaries. On 18 January 1994, during the worst ice storm in the Mid-Atlantic, I fed the birds and even fed a bushy tailed brown fox in the yard. I was puttin...
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https://plus.google.com/107214774821012948529 STEPHANIE ARCHANGELUS LEGION ACTIVISTS :

When a friendship is more than friendship, Martin Luther King, Jr. on justice and the ethic of love, Maurice Sendak's antidote to insomnia, and more
In 2016, I poured tremendous time, thought, love, and resources into Brain Pickings, which remains free. If you found any joy and stimulation here last year, please consider supporting my labor of love with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of tea and a good dinner: Subscribe ...
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https://plus.google.com/100296634288910899312 Laura Matherne : Illuminati blood sacrifices & solstice sacrifices: To become the wealthiest ($20 million+ club) for ...
Illuminati blood sacrifices & solstice sacrifices:
To become the wealthiest ($20 million+ club) for a higher position and royalty from the elite, you need to make a human (blood sacrifice). Watch this video. The Illuminati have also sacrificed many celebrities as a human (solstice sacrifice). Watch this video.
BLOOD SACRIFICES FOR $ & FAME: PART 1, PART 2.
Kanye West - his mom.
Nas - his mom.
Andre 3000 - his mom.
Bruno Mars - his mom.
Jay-Z - his nephew.
Damon Dash - Aahliyah
James Prince - Pimp C.
T.I - his cousin, Dolla, friend.
Suge Knight - Tupac
Diddy - Biggie Smalls
Ludacris - Camouflage
Lady Gaga - Lina Morgana
Nicki Minaj - her cousin.
Bruce Springsteen - his cousin.
The Game - Billboard
Eminem - Proof.
50 Cent - Jam Master Jay
Dr. Dre - Nate Dogg, his son.
Drake - his uncle.
Krayzie Bone - Tombstone
KRS-One - Scott La’Rock
Dizzee Rascal - his ex girlfriend.
Keanu Reeves - his ex girlfriend.
Ashton Kutcher - his ex girlfriend.
Megan Fox - her ex boyfriend.
Meryl Streep - her ex boyfriend. 
Alicia Keys - her friend. 
Akon - his friend.
Lebron James - his friend.
Heidi Montag - Dr. Ryan
Adrian Peterson - his son.
Bill Cosby - his son.
Lamar Odom - his son, cousin.
Matt Bryant - his son.
John Travolta - his son.
Eddie Levert - his son.
John Travolta- his son.
Marie Osmond - her son.
Eric Clapton - his son.
Robert Plant - his son.
Prince - his son,  his father.
Tracy Martin - his son.
Anna Nicole Smith - her son.
Taraji Henson - her son’s father.
Obama - his grandmother. 
Jamie Foxx - his grandmother.
The Rolling Stones - Brian Jones
Mary-Kate Olsen - Health Ledger.
Brandy Norwood - Whitney Houston.
Jennifer Hudson - whole family.
Lil Wayne - his father and Static Major.
Tiger Woods - his father.
Cristiano Ronaldo - his father.
Charice - her father.
Pitbull - his father.
Usher - his father, his stepson.
Wyclef Jean - his father.
Michael Jordon - his father.
N-Dubz - Father/Uncle/Manager.
Mike Tyson - his daughter.
Duane Chapman - his daughter.
Mark Jackson - Gilani Taylor/her daughter
Liam Neeson - wife.
Cam’ron - Big L
Jim Jones - Stack Bundles
Queen Latifah - her brother.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt - his brother.
Soulja Boy - his brother.
Mark Ruffalo - his brother.
Jermain Defoe - his brother.
Chief Keef - his stepbrother.
Venus/Serena Williams - their sister.
Aaron/Nick Carter - their sister.
Macaulay Culkin - his sister.
Jackson Family - Michael Jackson
Kardashian Family - Robert Kardashian
Jesse Jackson - Martin Luther King Jr.
Louis Farrakhan - Malcolm X
Michael Brea - his mother.
SOLSTICE SACRFICIES: PART 1, PART 2
Ryan Dunn died age 34 (7), died on Route 322 (Skull and Bones) in a ‘fiery’ car crash in a Porshe 911 GT3 after 11 drinks, driving 130 mph, June 21st, 2011 (June 21 – Litha is one of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Nights/Summer Solstice), 3 A.M. (6+2+1=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Johnny Cash & John Ritter (September 11, 12, 2011)
{Alexander McQueen died 2/11/10, 9 days after his mother died.
Whitney Elizabeth Houston died 2/11/12. (2+1+1+2+0+1+2=9) 3 days before Valentine’s day.}
Bob Marley died age 36 (9), May 11th, 1981.
Abraham Lincoln died age 56 (11).
Adolf Hitler died age 56 (11).
Steve Jobs died age 56 (11).
Walt Disney died age 65 (11), 12/15/1966. (1+2+1+5=9)
Thomas Jefferson died age 83 (11), July 4, 1826. (7+4=11)
Roald Dahl died age 74 (11), 11/23/1990.  (1+1+2+3=7)
Mark Twain died age 74 (11), 4/21/1910. (4+2+1=7)
Judy Garland died age 47 (11), 6/22/1969, the day after Summer Solstice.
April Kauffman died age 47 (11), 5/10/2012. (5+1+0+2+0+1+2=11)
Adam Yauch died age 47 (11), May 4th, 2012 (5+4=9)
Rodney King died age 47 (11), 3:30 P.M.
Corey Haim died age 38 (11), 3/10/10 (3+1+2+0+1+0=7)
John Kennedy Jr. died age 38 (11), 7/16(7)/1999. 
Robert F. Kennedy died age 42 (6), 6/6/1968. (666)
Mary Kennedy died age 52 (7), May 16(7)th, 2012.
Kara Kennedy died 9/16(7)/2011.
Christopher Jordan (river) Dorner died age 33, 2/12/13. (2+1+3+2+1+3=11; 1 day before Ash Wednesday)
Reeva (water) Steenkamp (river stone) died on Valentines day, 2013.
Malachi Throne died 3/13/13, the same day the 112th pope was elected. (Peter the Roman according to St. Malachy’s prophecy of the popes; 3+1+3+2+1+3=13)
Jack Greene died age 83 (11), 3/15/13 (3+1+5=9)
Jonathan Winters died 4/11/13.
Robin Williams died age 63 (9), 8/11/2014.
Joan Rivers died age 81 (9), 9/4/2014. (9+4=13; 4+7=11)
Michael Brown age 18 (9), 8/9/2014. 
Deanna Durbin died age 91, 4/30/13 (4+3=7; 7+2+1+3=13)
Michael Hastings died age 33, 6/18(9)/13 (6/9/6-666), 4:30 A.M (4+3=7), in a ’fiery car crash’. Mercedes-Benz C250
James Gandolfini died age 51, 6/19/13 (6+1+9=16=7; 7+2+1+3=13)
Sarah Guyard-Guillot died on 6/29(11)/13.
Esther Williams died age 91, 6/6/13 (2+1+3=6; 666) 
Cory Monteith died age 31 (13 mirrored), 7/13/13/ (7+1+3=11)
Gia Allemand died age 29 (11), 8/14/13 (8+1+4=13)
Robin Kelly died age 43 (7),  8/14/13 (8+1+4=13)
Lee Thompson died age 29 (11), 8/19/13 (8+1+9=9)
Paul Ciancia died age 23 on 11/1/13 (9) as the programmed patsy for the LAX false flag.
Paul Crouch died age 79 (7) and Paul Walker age 40 in a ’fiery car crash’ hitting a light pole in a red 2005 Porsche GT at 3:30 P.M. on Hercules Street near Constellation Road, 300 yards away from his charity, on 11/30/13 (1+1+3+2+1+3=11).
Philip Seymour Hoffman died age 46, on Groundhog day, 46 days before the Spring Equinox, on the 33rd day of the year, 2/2/14 (2+2+2+1+4=11).
James Dean age 24 died in a silver Porsche 550 Spyder numbered 130 in a car crash at 5:45 PM on 9/30/1955.
Elmer Pratt died age 63 (9), 6/2/11.
Christopher Shale died age 69, June 26th, 2011. (4 days after Summer Solstice)
John M. Couric died age 90 (9) June 22nd, 2011. 
Maurice Sendak died age 83 (11), 5/8/12 (5+8=13; 13+2+0+1+2=9)
George Lindsey died age 83 (11), 5/6/12 (5+6=11)
Michael Hossack died age 65 (11), 3/12/2012 (3+1+2+2+0+1+2=11)
James Ellis died age 74 (11), 3/7/2012. 
Fred Rogers died age 74 (11), 2/27(9)/2003 (2+7+2=11)
Marie Colvin died age 56 (11), February 22nd, 2012. (2+2+2+2+0+1+2=11)
Major Harris died age 65 (11), 11/9/12
Jonathan Frid died Friday the 13th, April, 2012. (4+1+3+2+0+1+2=13)
Junior Seau died age 43 (7), May 2nd, 2012. (5+2=7)
Andrew Breitbart died age 43 (7), March 1st, 2012. (3+1+2+0+1+2=9)
Mike Wallace died 4/7/2012. (4+7=11; 11+2+0+1+2=7)
Robin Gibbs died 5/20/2012. (5+2+0=7; Solar Eclipse)
Vesta Williams died 9/22/11. (9+2+2=13; 13=4; 2+0+1+1=4; 4+4=8; age 53=8)
Steve Bridges and Ronnie Montrose died 3/3/2012 (3+3+2+0+1+2=11)
Dick Beals, age 85 (13) and Doc Watson died, May 29(11)th, 2012. (5+2+9=16; 16=7)
Albert Einstein died age 76 (13), April 18 (9), 1955. (4+1+8=13)
Leonardo da Vinci died age 67 (13), May 2, 1519. (5+2=7)
George Washington died age 67 (13).
Woodrow Wilson died age 67 (13).
Hugo Chávez died age 58 (13).
Anton LaVey died age 67 (13), October 29(11)th, 1997.
Charles Sellier died age 67 (13), January 31, 2011 (Last day, 1+3+1+2+0+1+1=9)
Ralph MacDonald died age 67 (13), December 18th, 2011. (1+8=9)
Boris Berezovsky died age 67 (13).
Richard D. Zanuck died age 77, July 13th, 2012. (7+1+3=11)
Sage Stallone died age 36 (9), July 13th, 2012.
Alex Okrent died age 29 (11), July 13th, 2012.
Dick Clark died 4/18(9)/12 (4+1+8=13; 13+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Davy Jones died age 66, 2/29(11)/2012. (2+2+9+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Bob Welch died age 66, 6/7/2012. (6+7=13)
Wild Man Fische died age 66, 6/15(6)/11 (6+6+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7) 
Joey Kovar died age 29 (11), 8/17/2012. (8+8=7)
John Adams died age 90, July 4th, 1826. (7+4=11)
Franklin D. Roosevelt died age 63 (9), April 12th, 1945. (4+1+2=7)
Kathryn Joosten died age 72 (9), 6/1/2012. (6+1=7)
Donna Summer died age 63 (9), 5/17/2012. (5+1+7=13)
Joe Bodolai died age 63 (9), 12/28/11 (1+2+2+8=13)
Peter Jones died age 45 (9), 5/18(9)/2012. 
Elaine Stewart died age 81 (9), 6/27/11 (2+7=9)
Howard Zieff died age 81. (9)
Carl Gardner died age 83 (11) and Laura Ziskin died age 61 (7), 6/12/11 (6+1+2=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Peter Falk died age 83 (11), 6/23/11 (6+2+3=11; 11/11)
Robert Quarry died age 83. (11)
Chris Lighty died 8/30/12. (8+3=11; 8+3+2+1+2=7)
Leonard Stern died age 88 (7), 6/7/11 (6+7=13)
James Arness died age 88 (7) and Jack Kevorkian died age 83 (11), 6/3/11. (6+3=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Earl Scruggs died age 88 (7), March 28, 2012 (2+8+3=13; 13+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Maria Montez died September 7th, 1951.
Johnny Otis died age 90 (9) January 17th, 2012 (1+1+7=9)
Wilma Cooper died age 90 (9), September 13th , 2011.
Claiborne Pell died age 90 (9), January 1st, 2009. (1+1+2+0+0+9=13)
Jack Klugman died age 90 (9), 12/24/12. (1+2+2+4=9)
Jeff Conaway died age 60, May 27(9)th, 2011 (5+9+2+0+1+1=18; 18=9)
Natina Reed died age 32, October 27(9)th, 2012. 
Mario Poffo died 58 (13), May 20th, 2011 (5+2=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Mia Davis died age 36 (9), May 10th, 2011.
Cornell Dupree died age 69, May 8th, 2011 (5+8=13)
Sada Thompson died age 83 (11), 5/4/11 (5+4=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Douglas Adams died age 49 (13), 5/11/2001.
Steve Ballesteros died age 54 (9) and John Walker died age 67 (13), May 7th, 2011 (5+7=12; 12+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7)
David Peaston died age 54 (9).
M-Bone died age 22, 5/15/11 (5+1+5=11; 11/11=22; 11 P.M; 11/11/11)
Clarence Clemons died 6/18(9)(6/9=69)/11, 69 years old. (3 days before Summer Solstice)
Farley Granger died age 85 (13), March 27(9)th , 2011 (3+9+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7)
Ferlin Husky died age 85 (13) and Michael Gough died age 94 (13) March 17th, 2011. (3+1+7=11)
Alan Sues died age 85 (13), 12/1/2011. (12+1=13)
Nathaniel Dwayne died March 15th, 2011 (3+1+5=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Hugh Martin died age 96, March 11th, 11 (3+1+1=5; 5+2+0+1+1=9)
Mike Starr died age 44 (8), March 8th, 2011. (3+8=11; 8+8=16; 16=7)
Mike DeStefano died age 44, March 6th, 2011. (3+6=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Charles Jarrott died age 83 (11), March 4th, 2011. (3+4=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Clare Fischer died age 83 (11), January 26th, 2012. (1+2+6=9)
John Getty III died age 54 (9), February 5nd, 2011. (2+5=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Tura Satana died age 72 (9), February 4th, 2011. 
Snooks Eaglin died age 72 (9), February 18th, 2011. (1+8=9; 2+9=11)
Johnny Palermo died age 27. (9)
Robert Dickey died age 72 (9), December 29th, 2011, (2+9=11)
Marie Schneider died age 58 (13), February 3rd, 2011. (2+3+2+0+1+1=9)
David Nelson died age 74 (11), January 11th, 2011. (1+11=13; 1+1+1+2+0+1+1=7)
Tommy Ramone died age 65 (11), 7/11/2014. (7+1+1=9)
John Dye died age 47 (11), January 10th, 2011 (1/10=11)
Alex Kirst died age 47 (11), January 13th, 2011. (1+1+3+2+0+1+1=9)
Peter Yates died age 81 (9), January 9th, 2011.
Gerry Rafferty died age 63 (9), January 4th, 2011. (1+4+2+0+1+1=9)
Charlie Callas died age 83 (11), January 27(9)th, 2011.
Gladys Horton died age 66 and Charlie Louvin age 83 (11), January 26th, 2011. (1+2+6=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
G.D Spradlin died age 90 (9), Dan Peek age 60 (6), Chip Mayer age 57 (3); July 24th, 2011 (7+2+4=13)
Aaron Swartz died January 11th, 2013. (1+1+1+2+1+3=9)
Tom Aldredge died age 83 (11) July 22nd, 2011 (7+2+2=11)
Gene McDaniels died (7/29(11)/11), age 76 (13)
Rob Grill age 67 (13) died July 11th, 2011 (7+1+1=9; 9+2+0+0+1=13)
Michael Burston died age 61 (7) July (7) 9th, 2011.
Sarah Burke died age 29 (11) years old, 9 days after an accident on 1/19/2012 (1+1+9=11).
Bobby Farrell died age 61 (7), December 30th, 2010 (12+3+0+2+0+1+0=18; 18=9)
James McLamore died age 70 , August 9th, 1996.
Teena Marie died age 54 (9), December 26th, 2010 (12=3; 26=8; 3+8=11)
Steve Landesberg died age 74 (11), December 20th, 2010.
Stephen Gately died 10/10/09 (101=11; 2+0+0+9=11;  1+0+1+0=2; 2+11;13)
Selena died March 31st(Last day), 1995. (7 days after Vernal Equinox)
Princess Diana August 31st(Last day), 1997, age 36 (9).
Marilyn Monroe died August 5th, 1962 age 36 (9). (8+5=13)
Audrey Hepburn died age 63 (9).
Leslie Carter died age 25.
Tupac Shakur died at 25 years old, September 13th, 1996. (9+4=13; 1+9+9+6=25)
Biggie died at 25 years old, March 9th, 1997. (3+9+1+9+9+7=38; 38=11)
Big L died at 25 years old, February 15(6)th, 1999. (2+1+5+1+9+9+9+9=36; 36=9)
Alori Joh died age 25, 2/7/2012. (2+7=9) 
Peaches Geldof died age 25, 4/7/2014. (7+4=11; 11+2+1+4=18=9)
Simone Battle died age 25, 9/5/2014. 
London bombings - 7/7/2005(2+5=7; 777; 7 explosions, 52 people killed=7) London Underground Bombing ‘Drill’ Took Place at Same Time as Real Attack
Ted Kennedy died age 77, August 25(7)th, 2009. (777)
Poly Styrene died April 25th , 2011. (4+2+5=11)
Jeret Peterson died age 29 (11), July 25th , 2011 (2+5=7; 7/7; 2+0+1+1=4; 7+7+4=18; 18=9)
Neil Armstrong died on August 25th, 2012.
Paul Wellstone died on October 25th, 2002.
Richard Harris died age 72 (9), October 25th, 2002.
Bud Greenspan died on December 25th, 2010.
Farrah Fawcett died on June 25th, 2009. 
Sky Saxon died on June 25th, 2009, age 63 (9).
Michael Jackson died on June 25th, 2009. (3 days after Summer Solstice)
James Brown died on December 25th, 2006. (3 days after Winter Solstice)
Dean Martin died on December 25th, 1995.
Ann Savage died on December 25th , 2008.
Eartha Mae Kitt died on December 25th, 2008. 
Lark Previn died on December 25th, 2008.
Muslim Magomaev died on December 25th, 2008.
JonBenét Ramsey died on December 25th, 1996.
Bradley Nowell died on May 25th, 1996.
Estelle Reiner died on October 25th, 2008.
Johnny Griffin died on July 25th, 2008.
Exodus Tyson died on May 25th, 2009.
Lisa (Left Eye) Lopes died on April 25th, 2002.
Roger Troutman died on April 25th , 1999.
Stephen Knight died on July 25th,1985.
Flip Wilson died on November 25th  , 1998.
Red Holloway died on February 25th  , 2012.
Aaliyah Haughton died on August 25th, 2001.
Static Major died on February 25th, 2008.
Ol’ Dirty Bastard died November 13th , 2004 (11=2; 13=4; 2+4=6; 2004=6)
Big Pun died February 7th, 2000 (2+7=9; 9+2=11)
Buffy died December 10th, 1995 (12+1=13)
Eazy-E died March 26th, 1995 (3+2+6=11)
River Phoenix (Halloween Sacrifice nights 1993)
Mitch Lucker (Halloween 2012; 2013 car hits a light pole near the intersection with 13th Street)
Hurricane Sandy surfer hero died at sea, age 23.
Nurse who cared for Aurora Dark Knight Rises shooting victims, drowned age 46; 8/6/12 (8+6=13; 8+6+2+0+1+2=9)
Nurse found hanged after Royal hoax call age 46; 12/7/12 
Kimani Gray was shot age 16 (7), March 9th, 2013. (11 P.M)
Girl who performed at Obama inaugural events slain on 4500 (9) block, January 29(11)th, 2013. (1+2+9+2+1+3=9)
New York Nanny (Goat) sacrifices children Lucia (Light;Lucifer) and Leo (Lion;Satan) born from parents Kevin (Birth) and Marina (From the Sea) Krim in a bathtub while the second born child, Nessie (Lochness monster;Beast) was being given swimming lessons on October 25th, 2012, 11 days before the presidential election.
Elzbieta (God’s oath) kills children Justin (Righteous) and Olivia (Olive;Mount of of Olives) before driving up to a Catholic church on Oct. 30th, 2012.
Jeffrey (peace;division) Bush (firewood for Baal-hanan) died age 36 (9), 2/28/2013 on Faithway St. after his bedroom floor gave way in Florida (flowering Easter; palm Sunday), last day in February before Obama (Antichrist) mocks Jesus entering Jerusalem in March with his visit called ‘a covenant of peoples’, a reference to the 7 year peace treaty dividing the land of Jacob/Israel. (28 days in a Lunar month; last day; 11 P.M. 2+2+8+2+1+3=9; He lived with his girlfriend, Rachel (female sheep; the wife of Jacob/Israel) Wicker (to give way) and their daughter, Hannah (Baal-hanan: Baal is gracious). His brother brought a stuffed sheep. “The whole house could collapse any moment.” - ABC; house: a family line of ancestors and descendants (house of Jacob/Israel), “For when they shall say, peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, and they shall not escape.” - 1 Thessalonians 5:3)
Shain (God is gracious) Gandee (lamb of God), David (king of men), and Donald (world ruler) died after being last seen around 3 A.M. (devil’s hour) in a 1984 (Big Brother) Bronco (horse).
Limo (hell) Fire Killed 5 Women, Including New Bride on the San Mateo (Saint Matthew) bridge in San Francisco (Saint Francis/Pope Francis), 5/4/13 (5+4=9), 10 P.M. May is the Month of the Virgin Mary. The bride and the bridal party were on a toll (penalty) road in Foster (to nurture/cherish) City on the way to the Crowne (crown) Plaza (courtyard; place of worship) hotel to meet the bridegroom to celebrate. The driver and four members of the bachelorette party (5) escaped. “The kingdom of heaven will be like 10 virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. 5 of the virgins were foolish, & 5 were wise. The foolish ones said to the wise, ‘Give us some of your oil, because our lamps are going out. No,’ they replied. The bridegroom (Jesus) arrived, and those who were ready went inside with him to the wedding banquet. Then the door was shut.” - Matthew 25:1-13; Most if not all the passengers were nurses originally from the Philippines (Philos one of the bridegroom’s friends); “I was sick and you did not look after me. Then they will go away to eternal punishment.” - Matthew 25:43-46; Beltane: a Pagan/Pre-Christian Fire Festival
Natalie Wood died 11/29(11)/1981.
David Carradine died age 72 (9), 6/3/2009 (6+3=9)
Brittany Murphy died December 20th, 2009. (1 day after Winter Solstice)
John Lennon died 12/8/1980. (1+2+8=11)
George Harrison died  age 58 (13), 11/29/2001. (2+9=11)
Billy Grammer died age 85 (13) August 10th, 2011 (8+1=9; 2+0+1+1=4; 9+4=13)
Jenni Rivera died age 43 (7), among 7 people on the Learjet 25 (7), December 9th, 2012.
Hollywood Stunt Pilot Crashes Aircraft, 11 dead and 58 injured (11/13) (9/26/11)
Stage collapses at Indiana State Fair before Sugarland concert, 7 dead and 40 injured (7+4=11) 7th person died August, Sunday (7) 21st. 2011 (2+1=3; 8+3=11)
The Costa Concordia (CC=33) in ‘chaos’ after crashing on January 13th, 2012.
Asiana Airlines (AA=11) OZ Flight 214 (2+1+4=7), a Boeing 777 crashed, while landing on runway 28L at San Francisco International Airport killing 2 people age 16 (7), on 7/6/13 (7+6=13) with 16 (7) crew members, 61 (7) Americans, 77 South Koreans, and 141 Chinese/1 Japenese (1+4+1+1=7) on board.
Jimmy Leeward and James Kent “Jimmy” Leeward died September 16 (7) th, 2011 (9/16/11; 1+6=7; 9+7=16; 16=7; 2+0+1+1=4; 7+4=11)
David Carradine found dead hanging with hands tied above his head in Thailand, age 72 (9), 6/3/2009. (6+3=9)
Paul Milford Muller found dead with a rope tied around his neck and crotch in Thailand, age 76 (13), 5/25/2013.
Bruce Lee died age 32, 7/20/1973. (7+2=9)
Brandon Lee died age 28, 3/31/1993. (3+3+1=7)
Willie Smith died September 16, 2011 ^
Frances Bay died age 92 (11), September 15th, 2011.
David Edwards died August 29(11)th, 2011, 3 A.M. 
Russell Armstrong died age 47 (11) August 15th, 2011 (8+1+5=14; 14=5; 2+0+1+1=4; 5+4=9)
Jani Lane died age 47 (11) August 11th, 2011.
Alex Kirst died age 47 (11), January 13th, 2011. (1+1+3+2+0+1+1=9)
Jay Bennett died age 45 (9), 5/6/2009. (5+6=11; 2+9=11)
John F. Kennedy died 11/22/1963 (Sacrificed 11+22=33 Masonic #)
Heath Ledger died age 28, 1/22/2008 3:30 (33) P.M (1+22+2+8=33 Masonic #) (28 days in a Lunar month)
Rik Clay died age 26 (8), 8/28/2008. (8+2+8=18; 18=9) (28 days in a Lunar month)
DJ AM died age 36 (9), 8/28/2009. (28 days in a Lunar month; 8+2+8=18; 18=9 ; 2+0+0+9=11)
Jeff Buckley drowned in Wolf river 5/29(11)/1997.
Paul Newman died age 83 (11), September 26(8), 2008.
Charlton Heston died age 83 (11), April 5th, 2008. (4+5=9)
Robert Mulligan died age 83 (11), 12/20/2008.
Ellie Nesler died age 56 (11), 12/26/2008. (1+2+2+6=11)
Dennis Yost died age 65 (11), 12/7/2008. 
Merl Saunders died age 47 (11), 10/24/2008. (1+2+4=7)
Van Johnson died age 92 (11), 12/12/2008.
Harvey Korman died age 81 (9), May 29(11)th, 2008.
Jo Stafford died age 90, 7/16(7)/2008.
Fredric J. Baur died age 90, 5/4/2008. (5+4=9)
Alexander Courage died 5/15/2008. (5+5+1=11)
Dick Martin died 5/24/2008. (5+2+4=11)
Stanley Kubrick died age 70, March 7th, 1999.
Freddie Hubbard died age 70, December 29(11), 2008. 
Robert Graham died age 70, December 27(9)th, 2008.
John Phillip Law died age 70, 5/13/2008. (5+1+3=9)
Pervis Jackson died age 70, 8/18(9)/2008.
Alton Ellis died age 70, 10/10/2008.
Paul Benedict died age 70, December 1st, 2008. (12+1=13)
Suzanne Pleshette age 70 and Bobby Fischer died 1/17/2008. (1+1+7=9)
Georgia Frontiere died 1/18(9)/2008.
Eddy Arnold died 5/8/2008. (5+8=13)
Majel Roddenberry age 76 (13) and Mark Felt died 12/18(9)/2008.
Dee Dee Warwick died age 63 (9), 10/18(9)/2008.
Edie Adams died age 81 (9), 10/15/2008. (1+1+5=7)
Charlie Walker died age 81 (9), 11/12/2008. 
Jo Stafford died age 90, 7/16(7)/2008.
Charles Joffe died 7/9/2008.
Frank Rosenthal died October 13th, 2008.
Bettie Page died age 85 (13), December 11th, 2008.
Ray Ellis died age 85 (13). October 27(11)th, 2008.
Dalai Lama and Bill Melendez died 11/2/2008. (11+2=13)
Dakota Culkin died age 29 (11), 12/10/2008. (12+1+0=13)
Tim Russert died age 85 (13), June 13th, 2008.
Robert Prosky died age 77, 12/8/2008. (1+2+8=11)
Charlie Jones died age 77, 6/12/2008. (6+1+2=9)
Sir Edmund Percival Hillary and Carl Karcher died 1/11/2008.
Johnny Grant died 1/9/2008.
Paula Goodspeed died 11/11/2008.
Gordon Hinckley died 1/27(9)/2008.
Charlton Heston died age 83 (11), 4/5/2008. (4+5=9)
Gary Gygax died 5/4/2008. (5+4=9)
Jese Helms and Evelyn Keyes died 7/4/2008. (7+4=11)
Richard William Wright died age 65 (11), 11/15/2008.
House Peters Jr. died age 92 (11), and Nick Reynolds died 10/1/2008.
Larry Harmon died age 83 (11), July 3, 2008.
Annette Charles died age 63 (9) and Bubba Smith died age 66; August 3rd, 2011 (8+3=11)
Erik Darling died age 74 (11), 8/3/2008. (8+3=11)
Youssef Chahine died 7/27(9)/2008.
Christie Allen died 8/12/2008. (8+1+2=11)
Sandy Allen died 8/13/2008.
Terence Rigby died 8/11/2008.
Isaac Hayes age 65 (11) and Howard G Minsky age 94 (13) died 8/10/2008. (8+1+0=9)
Bernie Mac died age 49 (13), 8/9/2008.
Eileen Herlie died age 90 (9), 10/8/2008. (1+0+8=9)
Gil Scott-Heron died May 27(9)th, 2011.
Waco fertilizer plant explosion: 4/17/13; 1 day after another Fertilizer explosion in Texas, 1947; 15 dead; Emergency Prepardness ‘Drill’ Planned On Same Date As The Explosion Fertilizer Plant Texas Took Place 
The Reichstag Fire: February 27(9)th, 1933 (2+2+7=11;9/11)
September 11th, 2001: (9/11; 9+1+1=11); NORAD Terror ‘Drill’ On Same Time/Day As Sept.11
Boston Marathon Bombing: 4/15/13; Patriot’s day; Dzhokhar pronounced like Joker (The Chechen in the Dark Knight) who became a U.S. citizen on 9/11 and Tamerlan (iron from Persian; ‘Timur the lame’ who was a Muslim called the sword of Islam) Tsarnaev (Ceasar, a person with powers) supposedly killed 3 people near the finish line on 666 Boylston St. at the 117(1+1+7=9)th Boston marathon (Pheidippides, a Greek messenger from the Battle of Marathon to announce victory over the Persians/Iran) The suspects were at the 7-Eleven. (7/11;Sept.11); License plate: “116…The Spirit of America” 116/911 mirrored; “The Jokers are Spirit, they can take any form they need to and they can do what they want to do.” Boston Marathon Bombers Predawn Manhunt; 3 bombs, the very first Nuclear bomb was called Trinity. Dzhokhar/Joker the Chechen from the Dark Knight; Boston Bomb Squad ‘Drill’ On Same Time/Place/Day As Marathon Blasts
LAX Shooting: 11/1/13 (1+1+1+2+1+3=9) Paul Ciancia age 23 killed a TSA officer. The LAX false flag was shown on the Dark Knight/Gotham map.
Navy Yard Shooting: 9/16(7)/13 (9+1+6=16;16=7) Aaron Alexis (11) who was 34 (7) years old, killed 12 people. The Navy Yard map matches the Dark Knight/Gotham map.
Sandy Hook Shooting: 12/14/12 (3+5+5=13); Adam (red man) Lanza (light spear) killed 27 people (9) including the principle named Dawn at Sandy (sand of the sea) Hook (a fish hook) elementary school in Newtown (logo is a rooster=dawn); “And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea.” - Revelation 13:1 (14); Sandy Hook reference in The Dark Knight Rises; Active Shooter ‘Drill’ Same Time/Day as Sandy Hook Shootings
‘Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: 7/20/2012 (7+2+0=9; 12 people killed; 3 people age 27 died, 27=9; James Holmes born on 12/13/1987. “People of Aurora known as the sunrise of Colorado, that’s what they call this place.” - ABC; “The night is darkest just before the dawn. And I promise you, the dawn is coming.” - The Dark Knight; Aurora=dawn; The Dark Knight Rises midnight premiere); Century 16: 116/911 mirrored; James Holmes as the Joker; Colorado University Had Identical ‘Drill’ On Same Day As ‘Batman’ Massacre
Clackamas Town Center Shooting: 12/11/12; “Families were trapped near familiar places, names like Macy's and Olive Garden”; 3:30 p.m; 2 people with symbolic names killed ages 45 (9) and 54 (9); 10 days before winter solstice
Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting: 8/5/2012 (8+5=13; 7 people killed; Wade Page born on 11/11/197, in Colorado; part of the Golden Dawn)
Columbine Shooting: 4/20/1999 (4+2+0=6; 110 days after Hitler’s birthday; Eric Harris born on 4/9/1981 and Dylan Klebold born on 9/11/1981.12 people killed; Colorado)
Tuscan Shooting: 1/8/2011 (1+8=9; 6 people killed; 9 year old born on 9-11 died)
George Reeves died age 45 (9), 6/16(7)/1959. (6+7=13)
Christopher Reeve died age 52 (7), 10/10/2004.
Dana Reeve died 3/6/2006. (3+6=9) 
Lloyd Phillips died age 63 (9), 1/28/2013. (1+2+8=11)
Richard Pryor died age 65 (11), 12/10/2005. (12+1+0=13)
Ray A. Kroc died age 81 (9).
Colonel Sander died age 90.
Anthony Quinn died age 6/3/2001. (6+3=9)
Fontella Bass died age 72 (9), 12/26/12. (1+2+2+6=11)
Rick Huxley died age 72 (9), 2/11/13.
Aleister Crowley died age 72 (9), 12/1/1947. (12+1=13)
Kurt Cobain died age 27 (9), 4/5/1994. (4+5=9)
Jimi Hendrix died age 27 (9), 9/18(9)/1970.
Dash Snow died age 27 (9), 7/13/2009.
27 Club (9): Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, etc.
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As the Cedar Rapids Public Library celebrates its 120th year, I could think of no other person who touched more lives through the library than Evelyn Zerzanek, the children’s librarian for 34 years. She started many programs for children during those years, but it was the extraordinary collection of illustrations she solicited from the authors and artists of children’s book, that would become her legacy. Zerzanek was born in Wisconsin in 1904 and moved to Cedar Rapids with her parents, Edward and Albia Zerzanek, in 1918. She began working as a summer apprentice at the library in 1920, while still a student at old Washington High, graduating from there in 1922. She continued as a student assistant during her studies at Coe College (Class of 1925) and the University of Iowa. She lived with her parents at 1821 Ridgewood Terrace SE until selling it in 1942 and buying a home at 554 Vernon Dr. SE. In April 1938, Zerzanek’s parents died within two weeks of each other. That year, she also earned her master’s degree in library science from the University of Chicago and went to work for the Cedar Rapids Public Library. She spent the next 34 years promoting reading programs for children at the library, where she was the head children’s librarian for 23 years. She began story hours and summer programs to encourage children to read. “Children naturally love to read once they acquire the reading habit, a habit that should be established before youngsters start to school,” she said. Kid questions As part of her duties, Zerzanek and her staff fielded thousands of questions from youngsters, some of them unusual. For example: “What’s a pyramid look like inside?” “Do you have a book that isn’t literature? I had one of those, and it’s too hard.” “What’s a good Mexican name for a dog?” And then there was the youngster who presented a written request for a book about “Abharm Licion.” The librarians figured that one out and found the child a book about the 16th president. Old series out Ever on the lookout for books with outstanding literary value, Zerzanek phased old series books out of the library. By 1965, standards such as the Bobbsey Twins, Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys had disappeared from the shelves. “It isn’t that they’re harmful,” she said. “But it’s the consensus of most professional children’s librarians that the old series books, however popular they have been in the past, just don’t measure up to the demand for quality in children’s literature.” She suggested her young readers instead try books by Beverly Cleary, Laura Ingalls Wilder and Jay Williams. Letters from afar Zerzanek began her efforts to connect her young readers with the outside world in 1953. She located addresses for child stars, Europe’s royal children and other internationally known children. In letters to them, she wrote, “Do you think reading is fun? If you do, will you tell us why, and name some of the books you like best?” Letters, written by the children, or by their mothers, nannies or secretaries, arrived from Holland, Sweden, Greece, England, Hollywood, New York and Washington. Among them were letters from Carola Boxer, daughter of children’s author Emily Hahn; Jennie Hecht, daughter of playwright Ben Hecht; young actors Bobby Driscoll and George Winslow; President Eisenhower’s grandchildren; and Edgar Bergen’s daughter, Candice. Illustration collection An unsolicited donation to the library from Kurt Wiese, illustrator of the “Freddy” books, was so well-liked, it inspired Zerzanek to begin collecting illustrations. She began writing to publishers, writers and illustrators in 1960, requesting original illustrations to display during National Library Week. Original works began pouring into the library of Curious George, Little Toot, Kiki and Henry Huggins’ son. The illustrations were in oils, watercolors, chalk, crayon, pencil and ink. After the first year, the collection had 150 items. By 1971, it held 750. “I am continuously amazed at the generous response of the artists,” Zerzanek said. “They even send letters thanking me for thinking of including them in our collection. Sometimes the letters are more interesting than the pictures.” Collection grows Probably one of the most memorable donations came from Jean and Cle Kinney of New Milford, Conn. When she sent a letter requesting art from the authors of “What Does the Tide Do?,” Zerzanek had no idea that Jean was the daughter of Dr. C.A. Stout of Cedar Rapids. Another illustration, donated in 1971 by Tom Eaton, author and illustrator of “Steven and the Green Turtle,” was a personalized picture of Steven pointing the way from Costa Rica to Cedar Rapids with a sign reading “Cedar Rapids, U.S.A.: 2185 miles.” Eaton’s letter to Zerzanek included this note: “For the benefit of any kid who asks how I knew the mileage between Costa Rica and Cedar Rapids — I guessed.” “There has been almost universal acceptance of the collection among both the illustrators and publishers,” Zerzanek said. “I don’t really understand why.” In the process of collecting the art work, Zerzanek formed friendships with illustrators, exchanging Christmas cards every year. Sometimes her correspondence led to visits to the library by authors and artists. Largest of its kind When Zerzanek retired in 1972, the library owned more than 900 original illustrations from children’s books by artists/writers like Dr. Seuss, H.A. Rey (“Curious George”), Maurice Sendak (“Where the Wild Things Are”) and Arthur Geisert, an internationally known illustrator and writer of children’s books who grew up in Bernard, Iowa, near Dubuque. The Evelyn Zerzanek Collection of Original Art from Children’s Literature is believed to be the largest of its kind in the United States, including everything from preliminary sketches to finished illustrations. Zerzanek moved to Arizona after she retired in 1972. She died there in 1995 at the age of 91. The art collection was moved to the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art after the Flood of 2008. l Comments: (319) 398-8338; diane.langton@thegazette.com
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1. Harry Potter (series), by J.K. Rowling
2. Alice series, by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
3. The Chocolate War, by Robert Cormier
4. And Tango Makes Three, by Justin Richardson/Peter Parnell
5. Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck
6. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, by Maya Angelou
7. Scary Stories (series), by Alvin Schwartz
8. His Dark Materials (series), by Philip Pullman
9. ttyl; ttfn; l8r g8r (series), by Lauren Myracle
10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chbosky
11. Fallen Angels, by Walter Dean Myers
12. It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie Harris
13. Captain Underpants (series), by Dav Pilkey
14. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain
15. The Bluest Eye, by Toni Morrison
16. Forever, by Judy Blume
17. The Color Purple, by Alice Walker
18. Go Ask Alice, by Anonymous
19. Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger
20. King and King, by Linda de Haan
21. To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
22. Gossip Girl (series), by Cecily von Ziegesar
23. The Giver, by Lois Lowry
24. In the Night Kitchen, by Maurice Sendak
25. Killing Mr. Griffen, by Lois Duncan
26. Beloved, by Toni Morrison
27. My Brother Sam Is Dead, by James Lincoln Collier
28. Bridge To Terabithia, by Katherine Paterson
29. The Face on the Milk Carton, by Caroline B. Cooney
30. We All Fall Down, by Robert Cormier
31. What My Mother Doesn’t Know, by Sonya Sones
32. Bless Me, Ultima, by Rudolfo Anaya
33. Snow Falling on Cedars, by David Guterson
34. The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big, Round Things, by Carolyn Mackler
35. Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging, by Louise Rennison
36. Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley
37. It’s So Amazing, by Robie Harris
38. Arming America, by Michael Bellasiles
39. Kaffir Boy, by Mark Mathabane
40. Life is Funny, by E.R. Frank
41. Whale Talk, by Chris Crutcher
42. The Fighting Ground, by Avi
43. Blubber, by Judy Blume
44. Athletic Shorts, by Chris Crutcher
45. Crazy Lady, by Jane Leslie Conly
46. Slaughterhouse-Five, by Kurt Vonnegut
47. The Adventures of Super Diaper Baby: The First Graphic Novel by George Beard and Harold Hutchins, the creators of Captain Underpants, by Dav Pilkey
48. Rainbow Boys, by Alex Sanchez
49. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, by Ken Kesey
50. The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini
51. Daughters of Eve, by Lois Duncan
52. The Great Gilly Hopkins, by Katherine Paterson
53. You Hear Me?, by Betsy Franco
54. The Facts Speak for Themselves, by Brock Cole
55. Summer of My German Soldier, by Bette Green
56. When Dad Killed Mom, by Julius Lester
57. Blood and Chocolate, by Annette Curtis Klause
58. Fat Kid Rules the World, by K.L. Going
59. Olive’s Ocean, by Kevin Henkes
60. Speak, by Laurie Halse Anderson
61. Draw Me A Star, by Eric Carle
62. The Stupids (series), by Harry Allard
63. The Terrorist, by Caroline B. Cooney
64. Mick Harte Was Here, by Barbara Park
65. The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien
66. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, by Mildred Taylor
67. A Time to Kill, by John Grisham
68. Always Running, by Luis Rodriguez
69. Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury
70. Harris and Me, by Gary Paulsen
71. Junie B. Jones (series), by Barbara Park
72. Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison
73. What’s Happening to My Body Book, by Lynda Madaras
74. The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold
75. Anastasia (series), by Lois Lowry
76. A Prayer for Owen Meany, by John Irving
77. Crazy: A Novel, by Benjamin Lebert
78. The Joy of Gay Sex, by Dr. Charles Silverstein
79. The Upstairs Room, by Johanna Reiss
80. A Day No Pigs Would Die, by Robert Newton Peck
81. Black Boy, by Richard Wright
82. Deal With It!, by Esther Drill
83. Detour for Emmy, by Marilyn Reynolds
84. So Far From the Bamboo Grove, by Yoko Watkins
85. Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes, by Chris Crutcher
86. Cut, by Patricia McCormick
87. Tiger Eyes, by Judy Blume
88. The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood
89. Friday Night Lights, by H.G. Bissenger
90. A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle
91. Julie of the Wolves, by Jean Craighead George
92. The Boy Who Lost His Face, by Louis Sachar
93. Bumps in the Night, by Harry Allard
94. Goosebumps (series), by R.L. Stine
95. Shade’s Children, by Garth Nix
96. Grendel, by John Gardner
97. The House of the Spirits, by Isabel Allende
98. I Saw Esau, by Iona Opte
99. Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret, by Judy Blume
100. America: A Novel, by E.R. Frank
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"To prohibit the reading of certain books is to declare the inhabitants to be either fools or slaves."
- Claude Adrien Helvétius

" #Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others. Their fear is only their inability to face what is real, and I can't vent any anger against them. I only feel this appalling sadness. Somewhere, in their upbringing, they were shielded against the total facts of our existence. They were only taught to look one way when many ways exist."
- Charles Bukowski

Banned Books That Shaped #America

The Library of Congress created an exhibit, "Books that Shaped America," that explores books that "have had a profound effect on American life." Below is a list of #Books from that exhibit that have been #Banned #Censored challenged.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, 1884

The first ban of Mark Twain’s American classic in Concord, MA in 1885 called it “trash and suitable only for the slums.” Objections to the book have evolved, but only marginally. Twain’s book is one of the most-challenged of all time and is frequently challenged even today because of its frequent use of the word “nigger.” Otherwise it is alleged the book is “racially insensitive,” “oppressive,” and “perpetuates racism.”


The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Malcolm X and Alex Haley, 1965 (Grove Press)

Objectors have called this seminal work a “how-to-manual” for crime and decried because of “anti-white statements” present in the book. The book presents the life story of Malcolm Little, also known as Malcolm X, who was a human rights activist and who has been called one of the most influential #Americans in recent history.


Beloved, Toni Morrison, 1987

Again and again, this Pulitzer-prize winning novel by perhaps the most influential African-American writer of all time is assigned to high school English students. And again and again, parental complaints are lodged against the book because of its violence, sexual content and discussion of bestiality.
#BannedBooks #PoliceState
 

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Dee Brown, 1970

Subtitled “An Indian History of the American West,” this book tells the history of #UnitedStates growth and expansion into the West from the point of view of Native Americans. This book was banned by a school district official in Wisconsin in 1974 because the book might be polemical and they wanted to avoid controversy at all costs. “If there’s a possibility that something might be controversial, then why not eliminate it,” the official stated.
#BookState #Fascism
 

The Call of the Wild, Jack London, 1903

Generally hailed as Jack London’s best work, The Call of the Wild is commonly challenged for its dark tone and bloody violence. Because it is seen as a man-and-his-dog story, it is sometimes read by adolescents and subsequently challenged for age-inappropriateness. Not only have objections been raised here, the book was banned in Italy, Yugoslavia and burned in bonfires in Nazi Germany in the late 1920s and early 30s because it was considered “too radical.”

 

Catch-22, Joseph Heller, 1961

A school board in Strongsville, OH refused to allow the book to be taught in high school English classrooms in 1972. It also refused to consider Cat’s Cradle as a substitute text and removed both books from the school library. The issue eventually led to a 1976 District Court ruling overturning the ban in Minarcini v. Strongsville.

 

The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger, 1951

Young Holden, favorite child of the censor. Frequently removed from classrooms and school libraries because it is “unacceptable,” “obscene,” “blasphemous,” “negative,” “foul,” “filthy,” and “undermines morality.” And to think Holden always thought “people never notice anything.”

 

Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury, 1953

Rather than ban the book about book-banning outright, Venado Middle school in Irvine, CA utilized an expurgated version of the text in which all the “hells” and “damns” were blacked out. Other complaints have said the book went against objectors religious beliefs. The book’s author, Ray Bradbury, died this year.

 

For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway, 1940

Shortly after its publication the U.S. Post Office, which purpose was in part to monitor and censor distribution of media and texts, declared the book nonmailable. In the 1970s, eight Turkish booksellers were tried for “spreading propaganda unfavorable to the state” because they had published and distributed the text. This wasn’t Hemingway’s only banned book – A Farewell to Arms and Across the River and Into the Trees were also censored domestically and abroad in Ireland, South Africa, Germany and Italy.

 

Gone With the Wind, Margaret Mitchell, 1936

The Pulitzer-prize winning novel (which three years after its publication became an Academy-Award Winning film) follows the life of the spoiled daughter of a southern plantation owner just before and then after the fall of the Confederacy and decline of the South in the aftermath of the Civil War. Critically praised for its thought-provoking and realistic depiction of ante- and postbellum life in the South, it has also been banned for more or less the same reasons. Its realism has come under fire, specifically its realistic portrayal – though at times perhaps tending toward optimistic -- of slavery and use of the words “nigger” and “darkies.”

 

The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck, 1939

Kern County, California has the great honor both of being the setting of Steinbeck’s novel and being the first place where it was banned (1939). Objections to profanity—especially goddamn and the like—and sexual references continued from then into the 1990s. It is a work with international banning appeal: the book was barred in Ireland in the 50s and a group of booksellers in Turkey were taken to court for “spreading propaganda” in 1973.

 

The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1925

Perhaps the first great American novel that comes to the mind of the average person, this book chronicles the booze-infused and decadent lives of East Hampton socialites. It was challenged at the Baptist College in South Carolina because of the book’s language and mere references to sex.

 

Howl, Allen Ginsberg, 1956

Following in the footsteps of other “Shaping America” book Leaves of Grassby Walt Whitman, Allen Ginsberg’s boundary-pushing poetic works were challenged because of descriptions of homosexual acts.

 

In Cold Blood, Truman Capote, 1966

The subject of controversy in an AP English class in Savannah, GA after a parent complained about sex, violence and profanity. Banned but brought back.

 

Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison, 1952

Ellison’s book won the 1953 National Book Award for Fiction because it expertly dealt with issues of black nationalism, Marxism and identity in the twentieth century. Considered to be too expert in its ruminations for some high schools, the book was banned from high school reading lists and schools in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Washington state.

 

The Jungle, Upton Sinclair, 1906

For decades, American students have studied muckraking and yellow journalism in social studies lessons about the industrial revolution, with The Jungleheadlining the unit. And yet, the dangerous and purportedly socialist views expressed in the book and Sinclair’s Oil led to its being banned in Yugoslavia, East Germany, South Korea and Boston.

 

Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman, 1855

If they don’t understand you, sometimes they ban you. This was the case when the great American poem Leaves of Grass was first published and the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice found the sensuality of the text disturbing. Caving to pressure, booksellers in New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania conceded to advising their patrons not to buy the “filthy” book.

 

Moby-Dick; or The Whale, Herman Melville,1851

In a real head-scratcher of a case, a Texas school district banned the book from its Advanced English class lists because it “conflicted with their community values” in 1996. Community values are frequently cited in discussions over challenged books by those who wish to censor them.

 

Native Son, Richard Wright, 1940

Richard Wright’s landmark work of literary naturalism follows the life of young Bigger Thomas, a poor Black man living on the South Side of Chicago. Bigger is faced with numerous awkward and frustrating situations when he begins working for a rich white family as their chauffer. After he unintentionally kills a member of the family, he flees but is eventually caught, tried and sentenced to death. The book has been challenged or removed in at least eight different states because of objections to “violent and sexually graphic” content.

 

Our Bodies, Ourselves, Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, 1971

Challenges of this book about the female anatomy and sexuality ran from the book’s publication into the mid-1980s. One Public Library lodged it “promotes homosexuality and perversion.” Not surprising in a country where some legislators want to keep others from saying the word “vagina.”

 

The Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane, 1895

Restricting access and refusing to allow teachers to teach books is still a form of censorship in many cases. Crane’s book was among many on a list compiled by the Bay District School board in 1986 after parents began lodging informal complaints about books in an English classroom library.

 

The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1850

According to many critics, Hawthorne should have been less friendly toward his main character, Hester Prynne (in fairness, so should have minister Arthur Dimmesdale). One isn’t surprised by the moralist outrage the book caused in 1852. But when, one hundred and forty years later, the book is still being banned because it is sinful and conflicts with community values, you have to raise your eyebrows. Parents in one school district called the book “pornographic and obscene” in 1977. Clearly this was before the days of the World Wide Web.

 

Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, Alfred C. Kinsey, 1948

How dare Alfred Kinsey ask men and women questions about their sex lives! The groundbreaking study, truly the first of its scope and kind, was banned from publication abroad and highly criticized at home.

 

Stranger in a Strange Land, Robert A. Heinlein, 1961

The book was actually retained after a 2003 challenge in Mercedes, TX to the book’s adult themes. However, parents were subsequently given more control over what their child was assigned to read in class, a common school board response to a challenge.

 

A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams, 1947

The sexual content of this play, which later became a popular and critically acclaimed film, raised eyebrows and led to self-censorship when the film was being made. The director left a number of scenes on the cutting room floor to get an adequate rating and protect against complaints of the play’s immorality.
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Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston, 1937

Parents of students in Advanced English classes in a Virginia high school objected to language and sexual content in this book, which made TIME magazine’s list of top 100 Best English-Language Novels from 1923 to 2005.

 

To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, 1960

Harper Lee’s great American tome stands as proof positive that the censorious impulse is alive and well in our country, even today. For some educators, the Pulitzer-prize winning book is one of the greatest texts teens can study in an American literature class. Others have called it a degrading, profane and racist work that “promotes white supremacy.”

 

Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1852 #USAHoles

Like Huck Finn, Of Mice and Men and Gone With the Wind, the contextual, historically and culturally accurate depiction of the treatment of Black slaves in the United States has rankled would-be censors.

 

Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak, 1963

Sendak’s work is beloved by children in the generations since its publication and has captured the collective imagination. Many parents and librarians, however, did much hand-wringing over the dark and disturbing nature of the story. They also wrung their hands over the baby’s penis drawn in In the Night Kitchen.

 

The Words of Cesar Chavez, Cesar Chavez, 2002

The works of Chavez were among the many books banned in the dissolution of the Mexican-American Studies Program in Tucson, Arizona. The Tucson Unified School District disbanded the program so as to accord with a piece of legislation which outlawed Ethnic Studies classes in the state


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