Or see this on Don Quixote: "Placed on the Index in Madrid for the sentence, 'Works of charity negligently performed are of no worth.'" Banned for a single sentence (in a work about 1000 pages long)!
Even Buddhist books have been censored. See this entry:
Zen Buddhism: Selected Writings. D.T. Suzuki. Doubleday. Challenged at the Plymouth-Canton school system in Canton, Mich. (1987) because "this book details the teachings of the religion of Buddhism in such a way that the reader could very likely embrace its teachings and choose this as his religion." The last thing we need are a bunch of peaceful Buddhists running around. The horror.
Anyway, take a look at the list. It is a who's who of great books! It seems if you are not banned at some point in some place, you are not doing something right! ;)
Maybe someday, you too may be banned and join this list of illustrious authors.
Too bad I didn't stumble upon this during banned books week.
See also Banned Books Online, which categorizes by reason banned and then gives you a link to the full text of the book!