"He stopped and turned away angrily to light his cigar.
'Women ought to be free — as free as we are,' he declared, making a discovery of which he was too irritated to measure the terrific consequences.”
— Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence
Oxford University Press is celebrating ALA’s Banned Books Week 2014 by highlighting banned and challenged works from our Oxford World’s Classics series.
Artwork courtesy of the American Library Association.
Nathan Sawaya uses Lego to create unique sculptures, from anguished figures to an enormous T rex. Yellow (above) is about Sawaya baring his soul, his best-known piece:
Sawaya enjoys the fact that while adults connect with the figure’s anguish, children are generally thrilled by the spectacle of spilling guts