CAMBRIDGE (Reuters) - A Mark Twain book with illustrations, added to a Massachusetts public library after a century-old ban was lifted, was plucked from the shelf within hours on Thursday. Trustees of the Charlton Public Library lifted the 1906 ban earlier this week of Eves Diary, Twains satirical version of the Adam and Eve story, said Cheryl Hansen, the librarys director. Two paperback copies were made available at the library in central Massachusetts on Thursday and, within hours, one of them was in a readers hands, she said. I think therell be a lot of interest in taking it out, Hansen added, saying the unanimous vote to lift the ban came just in time for Banned Books Week, which begins on Saturday. A library trustee learned about the ban from a local newspaper article and last year tracked down a first edition of the book, which will be on display through next week, she said. The book, published in 1906, was banned when the librarys then-trustees took issue with illustrations by Lester Ralph that showed Eve naked. Adam appears covered up in the pictures, she said. Theyre not what we would consider inflammatory at all, and Im even surprised they were considered (inflammatory) then, Hansen said.