The end of September brings us Banned Books week, dedicated to celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of free speech. To learn more about this topic, visit the American Library Association’s online resources on banned and challenged books.
The most frequently banned books are works of fiction. While the Georgetown University Law Center’s two library locations are mostly dedicated to nonfiction, we do have a small collection of popular reading materials, located on your right as you walk from the Reading Room to the Loewinger Lounge in the Williams Library. If you are in need of some pleasure reading, feel free to check it out.