1971 GO ASK ALICE Anonymous Hardcover Ex - Lib
This is a 1971 hardcover edition of GO ASK ALICE by Anonymous. It has mylar over the dust jacket which has been permanently fixed to the books boards. It is an ex library book so it has the traditional markings, stamps, and pockets. The boards and binding are structurally sound. There aren't any obvious signs of inscriptions, marginalization, or dog-eared pages.
Go Ask Alice is named for the song White Rabbit and is the true anonymous diary of a fifteen-year-old teenager. Due to its frequent and strong references to sex, heavy drug usage, and teen pregnancy, libraries and schools across the country have banned GO ASK ALICE as it sits at number 23 on the American Library Association's “100 Most Frequently Challenged Books” from 1990-2001. If you are a collector of banned books, this is one you want on you want on your shelf.