Key quote: "I'm coming back from Central Park where, near the children's zoo, close to the spot I murdered the Mc Caffrey boy, I fed portions of Ursula's brain to passing dogs."Based on the true life story of gay penguins in a New York zoo, this innocent-looking children's book has attracted the wrath of multiple organisations, libraries and individuals across the US.Anyone who's fighting to keep Britain's libraries open - it's unthinkable that anyone could even contemplate this - there is a Facebook page, just search for "save our libraries" and the UK page will show up...
Key quote: "When a man stays with a girl when does she say how much it costs?
" was barred in China in 1931 as the governor of Hunan province ruled that animals should never use the human language and that it was disastrous to put animals and humans on the same level.
When Connie's aristocrat husband is rendered impotent in war she finds sexual fulfillment with their poor servant.
Connie is beautiful bohemian intellectual who, at 23, marries an extravagantly wealthy aristocrat named Clifford.
Speculation is rife over just how much sex will appear in the latest screen adaptation of DH Lawrence’s novel, first published privately in 1928, about an aristocratic woman’s affair with a working-class gamekeeper.
Central to the plot is Constance Chatterley, played by Holliday Grainger, who is torn between her genuine love for her husband Clifford and her lust for the enthralling gamekeeper Mellors, played by Games of Thrones star Richard Madden.
She finds the man incredibly sensitive and aware of life's nuances. Despite several such interactions, distance remains between them. For the first time they experience simultaneous orgasms.
This experience provides the two with a sense of deep, fundamental connection.
Connie imagines herself to be pregnant with Mellors' son. This story is super sexy and seems like it's the story her was meant to write, after years of fearing to take it on in a real way.