Tag Archives: Freedom of Speech

Banned Books Week: Catcher in The Rye

SALINGER As the discussion continues in the United States about Freedom and Expression, Catcher in the Rye, like Great Gatsby, Catch-22, Leaves of Grass, and many others have been recognized by the Library of Congress as "Books that shaped America." Salinger's books accompanied by Salinger, the documentary, have been reviewed with complete freedom.     J.D. Salinger, the recluse author of Catcher in the Rye is revealed through interviews, footage, stories, and his written words Read more [...]

Donald Goines Selection Review

Donald Goines The selection is a review of acclaimed novels by Donald Goines: Dopefiend, Whoreson, and White Man's Justice, Black Man's Grief are what Greg Goode of the University of Rochester called, "A new fictional genre...ghetto realism." Dopefiend Raw. This is the word that describes Dopefiend. Based in a Detroit ghetto, Goines tells you the story about his experiences as an addict. He places the reader in very uncomfortable situations: junkies getting their fix, prostitutes with their Read more [...]