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High praise for banned books

30th anniversary of observation celebrates reading

Richard Lovrich, marketing directer of Proctors, speaks his mind on his hat.
Richard Lovrich, marketing directer of Proctors, speaks his mind on his hat.
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It was a distinguished list of books read at Schenectady County Library Sunday afternoon. “The Awakening,” “Of Mice and Men,” “Slaughterhouse Five,” all titles many have read and most have at least heard of — all books that were banned at some point since publication. It was the second banned book reading at the Schenectady Library and marked the 30th anniversary of Banned Book Week. Karen Bradley, who planned the event, called it a “celebration ...


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