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Tennessee College Board Bans Maus, the Pulitzer-Prize Profitable Graphic Novel on the Holocaust; the Ebook Turns into #1 Bestseller on Amazon


Final week, a Tennessee faculty board voted unanimously to ban Maus, the Pulitzer-winning graphic novel in regards to the Holocaust, citing cases of profanity and nudity. Particularly, the McMinn County faculty board objected to utterances of the phrases “God rattling” and a small, barely-perceptible breast. (Look carefully, and chances are you’ll finally discover it.) Slightly uncomfortably, the banning got here on the eve of Worldwide Holocaust Remembrance Day, and it figures right into a bigger right-leaning effort to ban books countrywide.

Fortunately, dangerous selections can have good unintended penalties. In current days, Artwork Spiegelman’s Maus has soared to #1 on Amazon’s bestseller listing. (One other version of the e-book sits at #3 on the listing.) Elsewhere, a university professor has created a free on-line course on Maus designed solely for college kids from McMinn County. And inside Tennessee itself, bookstores are freely giving free copies of Spiegelman’s basic, whereas a church has determined to convene conversations on the groundbreaking e-book.

Above, you’ll be able to watch Spiegelman reply to the ban and ponder whether it’s “a harbinger of issues to come back,” a step in a bigger effort to efface the reminiscence of the Holocaust.

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