Coastal Carolina holds readings of banned books
Sep 28, 2010 4:07:00 AM - thestate.com
Coastal Carolina University is marking Banned Books Week with readings from books that have been prohibited in various places at various times.
The readings are being held in Conway on Tuesday in the recital hall of the university's College of Humanities and Fine Arts.
Assistant university librarian John Watts says people have tried to ban many popular books ranging from "Of Mice and Men" to "Harry Potter."
Banned Books Week continues through Saturday. It celebrates the right of people to freely choose the books they read.
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