She could not stop the flames coming from her, and could not stop her heart from breaking as they turned the books she loved most in the world into ashes...

She could not stop the flames coming from her, and could not stop her heart from breaking as they turned the books she loved most in the world into ashes...

Artist Uses 100,000 Banned Books To Build A Full-Size Parthenon At Historic Nazi Book Burning Site | Bored Panda

Artist Uses 100,000 Banned Books To Build A Full-Size Parthenon At Historic Nazi Book Burning Site | Bored Panda

Argentinian artist Marta Minujín, has created a monumental replica of the Greek Parthenon from 100,000 copies of banned books "The Parthenon of Books" in Kassel, Germany, on a historic site where the Nazis burnt some 2,000 books in 1933. It symbolizes the resistance to political repression and censorship.

Argentinian artist Marta Minujín, has created a monumental replica of the Greek Parthenon from 100,000 copies of banned books "The Parthenon of Books" in Kassel, Germany, on a historic site where the Nazis burnt some 2,000 books in 1933. It symbolizes the resistance to political repression and censorship.

๏̯͡๏﴿ Its a Fact -- scary!! Stop burning & banning books!! If you don't agree with the message just don't read that book, stop interfering with others learning!

๏̯͡๏﴿ Its a Fact -- scary!! Stop burning & banning books!! If you don't agree with the message just don't read that book, stop interfering with others learning!

Deja vu >>"German Library Burns Books That Aren’t Politically Correct- More than 3,000 books from a municipal library in the German town of Bad Durrheim were destroyed after they were judged to be politically incorrect."

Deja vu >>"German Library Burns Books That Aren’t Politically Correct- More than 3,000 books from a municipal library in the German town of Bad Durrheim were destroyed after they were judged to be politically incorrect."

On 10 May 1933, Nazis in Berlin burned works by leftists and other authors considered "un-German", including thousands of books looted from the library of Hirschfeld's Institut für Sexualwissenschaft.

On 10 May 1933, Nazis in Berlin burned works by leftists and other authors considered "un-German", including thousands of books looted from the library of Hirschfeld's Institut für Sexualwissenschaft.

''usually identified as “Bible-believing” or fundamentalist Christians — has been resistant to Harry’s charms from the start. Members of this community, who believe the Bible to be literal truth, campaigned vigorously to keep J.K. Rowling’s best-selling novels out of classrooms and libraries. They even staged public book burnings across the country, at which children and parents were invited to cast Rowling’s books into the flames.''

''usually identified as “Bible-believing” or fundamentalist Christians — has been resistant to Harry’s charms from the start. Members of this community, who believe the Bible to be literal truth, campaigned vigorously to keep J.K. Rowling’s best-selling novels out of classrooms and libraries. They even staged public book burnings across the country, at which children and parents were invited to cast Rowling’s books into the flames.''

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