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Hip before its time: Ulysses

The great classics of literature tend to be a bit intimidating, but when you get past that “Great Classic” aura, some of them are surprisingly hip and relatable! This month we’ll be getting into the holiday spirit by putting the LIT into LITerature (and maybe finding some gifts!), starting with a personal favorite of mine—James Joyce’s Ulysses.

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When you mention banned books, a lot of people tend to think about the great classics of literature which, for one reason or another, have suffered from censorship at some point during their publication. This is somewhat unfortunate, as the emphasis on banned classics can overshadow the challenges faced by books currently being published which are censored and do not have the advantage of being a “classic” to support their placement in libraries and schools. #itsaproblem

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