I drew this on the occasion of learning about the incident in which Tottori Prefecture designated harmful books as being no longer available on Amazon.
It is based on the American Library Association's slogan, "Words have power, let's read forbidden books," which advocates freedom of the press and intellectual freedom. (The prohibited books here refer to books that have received protests from civic groups, parents, etc. to be deleted from the library.)
Even if a forbidden book or a burnt book can be blocked for a short while, I believe that intellectual curiosity cannot win in the end, so I drew it with that kind of image.
※The image is an image.
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