Burning Última:  Rudolfo Anaya and the Impact of Book Bans on Democracy Article for the NM Humanities Council

I’m pleased to share my latest article for the NM Humanities Council on the subject of book banning and its effect on democracy and my dear friend and mentor, Rudolfo Anaya whose novel Bless Me, Última, was banned many times. Check it out at:

https://nmhumanities.org/?blogId=1926

5 thoughts on “Burning Última:  Rudolfo Anaya and the Impact of Book Bans on Democracy Article for the NM Humanities Council

      1. You are most welcome!! Agreed, it is an insidious thing and one whose acceptance can creep up on us so slowly! We had lists of banned books here in Western Europe right up into modern times 😦 Sadly!

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