Titles that appeared on multiple lists include "Lessons in Chemistry," "Spare" and "Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow"
The 1830 account details an eerie encounter with a stranger who predicted the death of the writer's father
In 1863, a New Testament tucked in the pocket of Union soldier Charles W. Merrill prevented a musket ball from mortally wounding him
Few realize that the approval process for these outdoor signs varies widely by state and organization, enabling unsanctioned displays to slip through
T. Kimball Brooker has amassed a collection of more than 1,300 texts from the 16th century
Iowa schools are struggling to comply with new laws banning books that aren't "age appropriate"
Based on users' locations, the Banned Book Club provides e-book editions of titles banned in nearby libraries
The document is among several missing copies of the letter to be recovered from the U.S. in recent years
The Brooklyn Public Library is celebrating the rapper’s life and career in a new exhibition, "The Book of HOV"
This first-edition copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" is one of only 500 hardback copies printed
Pages of the "Codex Atlanticus" provide a rare glimpse into the Renaissance icon's imagination and scientific prowess
An 11th-century collection of aphorisms is a part of a new exhibition in California
As book censorship soared, titles with LGBTQ themes were the most targeted
The 400-year-old text presented the Bard's plays as serious literature, muddling the boundaries between popular culture and high art
The archive includes 240 linear feet of papers from Didion and her husband, John Gregory Dunne
To help with rising energy bills, they're providing everything from warm drinks to winter coats
Privately owned for decades, the materials include a short story featuring F. Scott Fitzgerald, personal effects and rough drafts
A new PEN America report finds that targeted campaigns by advocacy groups are behind the increasing bans
The fake document at the University of Michigan was likely created by a famous 20th-century forger
A California librarian assembles forgotten objects in a heartwarming digital archive
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