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Why Banned Books Week is increasingly a good thing for graphic novels

IT IS a sign of its elevated status and popularity that graphic novels have grown to own more shelving within your local library — and likewise, a more prominent place in national conversations about literature. Running through Sunday is Banned Books Week, which highlights attempts to restrict the written word as it also celebrates “the […]
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