Celebrating 2022 Banned Books Week With Unforgettable Horses Books: Most Loved Literary Classics


I’d rather have a goddamn horse than any of those things. At the very least, a horse possesses human characteristics.
– Taken from J.D. Salinger’s novel, “The Catcher in the Rye

What do the works “The Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger, “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, and ” Lord of the Rings” trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien all have in common? Each book is considered a classic and has the ability to captivate readers of all ages. Additionally, each book is credited with altering the way people think about society, politics, and the limits of their imagination. In each book, there are, without a doubt, horses that will live long in the memory. And each one of them was given a prohibition.

Tolkien’s books were even burned. In North America. In 2001.

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Best The Catcher in the Rye Book

The Curser in the Rye – This book gets a lot of criticism. It is aimless. It is vulgar, in a 1950s sort of way. It is depressing. The protagonist is unlikable. These criticisms are all partially true—but perhaps it takes someone who has felt alienated to understand the protagonist and this type of narration. Also, the heavily symbolic nature of this book, from the hunting hat to the ducks in the lagoon, to the carousel in the final scene, make this a thoroughly satisfying text — they shift in meaning throughout, and give the book a “cohesion” that ties together its seemingly loosen ends.

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Best The Lord of the Rings Book

A Symphony of Words – Describing this book is quite simply impossible. The story itself was written as six novels, with depth given to even the trees and shrubs so that the reader could really imagine what Tolkien himself was. Highly recommend this book. It is a high fantasy classic for a reason. Character development is first-rate among all genres. No clear use of deus ex machina like in most fantasy stories. Every step feels full and heavy. Many parts of the story really have you believing you can no longer read another line (in a good way) while a certain character feels he can’t take another step. It is filled with wisdom and has been edited for over 50 years now. Do yourself and those around you a favor and read this book. If you hate fantasy, you will love this. If you love fantasy, you will be bewildered at the amount of thought that is placed at each step, and the connection you feel with the story. …no, the movies are not better, but they could not have been done any better to represent such a masterpiece.

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Best Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Book

Good budget version of the amazing story. – This is by far the most exciting book out of the first three. As the characters mature within the HP universe, so does the ever-growing sense that Harry Potter is being groomed to face Hogwarts greatest foe. There’s a sense of repetitive narrative amongst the three books as far as the character arcs and plot twists, which rely on the complex relationship between the Gryffindor gang and Slytherin camp. But I understand that’s the point of the series. Very emotive book with a pleasing conclusion.

The freedom to think, to read, and to share ideas is the foundation of our capacity to imagine and create change. The freedom to think, to read, and to share ideas is the cornerstone of a democratic society that functions properly. Banned Books Week is an annual event that is celebrated by the American Library Association (ALA) in order to promote and support the fundamental freedom to read:

The event emphasizes the significance of having unrestricted access to information and is traditionally staged during the last week of September. The entire book community, including librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all stripes, come together during Banned Books Week to show their support for the freedom to seek out and express ideas, even those that some people consider to be unconventional or unpopular.

At the ALA website, you can learn more about Banned Books Week and how censorship affects you – and your two- and four-legged loved ones. Maybe this year there’s an event you’d like to join, or a favorite banned or challenged book you’d like to revisit …or share! How about J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, with its wonderful pegasi and thestrals? Those were the #1 banned or challenged books of the decade, 2000-2009.

The adage “wherever you have two horse-people, you’ll have three opinions” is an old one, but it still holds true. It is my sincere hope that this will continue to be the case if we observe Banned Books Week and take other steps to protect intellectual freedom. Because when the covers of books are slammed shut, the next step is to lock the doors to schools, libraries, and government buildings. When the promise of equality is broken, a new chilling sign is put up, as George Orwell wrote about this phenomenon in his book Animal Farm, which was later banned:

“No animal is superior to another, but there are some animals that are more equal than others.”

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