Banned Books Week: Why these 10 classics got kicked out of class

9. Slaughterhouse Five

Kurt Vonnegut's satiric World War II novel "Slaughterhouse Five" was burned in Drake, N.D., in 1973 and banned in Rochester, Mich., because the novel "contains and makes references to religious matters."

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