Book banners are almost always condemned, and yet people keep trying. The following infographic from Printerinks.com takes a look at book censorship’s iniquitous history. 5 Responses Lit Review | 9 | Sartre, Didion, Camus and Eliot - HeadStuff January 8, 2015 […] a look at this fascinating infographic exploring when and why publications have been banned for various, often absurd […] Reply Michaela January 14, 2015 i was just wondering why they missed out mein kampf,, 🙂 Reply The Lit Review | 10 | Michel Houllebecq - HeadStuff January 15, 2015 […] week, I shared an infographic on banned books in history and the reasons why. Now, take a look at this piece of art that captures […] Reply Boeken verbannen: blijf er tegen vechten! -- Tekstbureau Van Ginneken September 30, 2015 […] Printerinks.co.uk Christianity PostDesk Coloradoan Nu.nl Weekend Nu.nl Boek […] Reply Mohamed H. April 22, 2016 The infographic is contains incorrect information. Animal Farm by George Orwell has never been banned in the United Arab Emirates. In fact, the book is avaialble in many languages including Arabic in all bookstores across the country. You must’ve confused United Arab Emirates with Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.