Listen: United States, India, Bandon Ireland discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"And the people behind and the people behind white men buying them. God bless them. All all right quizzes called faren- height for fifty one. This is a quiz on banned and challenged books out tell you the year. The book was first published a summary of it and some of it's listed offenses. And you tell me the title I can do that. Right. Question. One nineteen twenty eight the story concerns a young married woman whose upper class husband has been paralyzed from the waist down due to a great war injury her emotional and sexual frustration leads her into an affair with the game. Keeper the book is notorious for its story of the physical and emotional relationship between working class man in an upper class woman its explicit descriptions of sex, and it's then use of unprintable words, it was banned for obscenity in Ireland Poland, Shelia, Japan, Canada, and India and also banned by US customs. Number two, eighteen ninety nine. This book centers on a woman in New Orleans in her struggle between her increasingly unorthodox views on femininity and motherhood with the prevailing social attitudes of the turn of the century. American south. It is seen as a landmark work of early feminism banned from an Illinois public library in nineteen o to the widely reported as banned for decades for much of the twentieth century seems like the critics opened their eyes. Number three, nineteen sixty the novel depicts three months in the life of a twenty six year old former high school basketball player named Harry who's trapped in a loveless marriage in a boring sales job and his attempts to escape the constraints of his life. Bandon Ireland is obscene and indecent particularly due to promiscuity, and it's explicit sex acts presumably acting like bunnies. Number four, nineteen forty this. Novel tells the story of Robert Jordan hoop graphically experiences the brutality of the Spanish civil war declared non maleable by the US post office, the postman couldn't ring twice. I guess. Number five nineteen Eighty-eight inspired in part by the life of Muhammad. This novel uses magical realism to tell the story of two Indian ex patriots in England major controversy. Ensued as Muslims accused of blasphemy and mocking their faith been in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt Somalia, Bangladesh, Malaysia cutter in Asia, South Africa and India number six nineteen sixty-nine this Sifi antiwar novel, whose alternate title is the children's crusade duty dance with this is told."