Win a set of Penguin books

3rd March 2006 at 00:00
Friday readers, we know, aren't easily shocked. That's why we can't see you diving under the duvet with a torch to read our treat this week, Banned Books.

In fact it's hard to believe that these books, widely recognised as some of the best novels written in the 20th century, were once banned from publication. F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is here, banned in the US for obscenity; George Orwell's Animal Farm, banned in the USSR for its anti-communist sentiments; and John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men which, as recently as 2002, was still under debate in Illinois.

So here's your chance to see what caused all the fuss, as we have 20 sets of these Penguin Modern Classics to give away. Each set of 12 paperbacks with an RRP of pound;96.88 comes courtesy of The Book People, one of the UK's leading online and catalogue booksellers. Visit www.thebookpeople.co.uk to see their huge stock of discounted titles.

For your chance to win, answer this question: George Orwell's real name was a) Eric Blair b) Tony Blair.

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