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Cover Story: Studying the storied history of banning popular literature

Cover Story: Studying the storied history of banning popular literature

“I think one of the quickest ways to get a book read is to ban it,” Cheek said as she worked at Norman Public Library West.

Heavy mental

Soon after meeting his fellow patients in an unnamed mental institution, Randle P. McMurphy exclaims, “Damn, what a sorry-lookin’ bunch!” Funny, I thought the same thing when viewing the OKC Theatre Company production of Dale Wasserman’s highly effective adaptation of Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. OKCTC should take that as a

Magic Trip

In the summer of 1964, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” novelist Ken Kesey and a dozen friends and hangerson piled into an old school bus and journeyed from the hills of Northern California to the World’s Fair in New York City. Along the way, the “Merry Pranksters,” as they called themselves, took LSD, had

Magic Trip

In the summer of 1964, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” novelist Ken Kesey and a dozen friends and hangerson piled into an old school bus and journeyed from the hills of Northern California to the World’s Fair in New York City. Along the way, the “Merry Pranksters,” as they called themselves, took LSD, had

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