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  • Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain
    423 words
    For many years schools have banned books from being taught to their students because of parent complaints. These books have been shunned from the criteria, which may or may not affect the student's understanding on a specific subject. People have been fighting to have these books banned because of excessive use of profanity, violence, sex, drugs and many other reasons. They do not look further in the books to see exactly what the author is trying to portray. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, b...
  • Censorship Of Books In School Libraries
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    Censorship in School Libraries The most debatable and controversial form of censorship today is the banning of books in school libraries. Banning books that educate students is wrong and selfish. Censorship of books in school libraries is neither uncommon nor an issue of the past. Books with artistic and cultural worth are still challenged constantly by those who want to control what others read. The roots of bigotry and illiteracy that fuel efforts to censor books and free expression are unacce...
  • Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn And Mark Twain
    348 words
    Huckleberry Finn Should Not Be Banned If Mark Twain was alive today, he would probably be appearing at libraries and in online chat rooms during Banned Books Week to discuss the fate of his own books. He certainly deserves recognition for the number of times his books have been challenged or banned in the past 112 years - ever since Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published in 1885 and immediately banned by the Concord, Massachusetts, Public Library. In some ways, not much has changed since 1...
  • Web Banned Books
    816 words
    Banned Books Throughout the century there has existed books have books which have been the objects of censorship or censorship attempts. Every year, books in the U.S. and around the world are challenged. Some of the challenged books are banned, some aren't. Many were banned for decades from the U.S. mails under the Comstock Law of 1873. Some books have been banned for their frank sexual descriptions and their parodies of contemporary literature. Several of these books are banned due to injurious...
  • Banning Of Books From High School Libraries
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    For centuries, parents have wrestled with the question of how to raise their children with the best moral and ethical standings. Along with this question come others such as, "What are the right morals" Today's parents are no different than they were in the past and the struggle continues. It's tempting to try to protect children from the perceived evils in modern society. One such moral issue is the banning of books from high school libraries and sometimes even classrooms, which may represent s...
  • Censor The Books
    598 words
    Anti-Censorship For a long time, censorship has existed. In the ancient Egyptian empire, nothing negative could be said about the gods. When America was an English colony, if anyone spoke out against the King of England, it was considered treason. In the pre-civil war period, books like "Uncle Tom's Cabin" were banned in the south. And even today, censorship laws have been implemented on the internet. In all these cases, it did nothing positive. The Egyptian empire collapsed, The United States h...
  • Book
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    Benjamin Franklin once said, "Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech" (Slu. edu, 2001). When he made this statement, he was rebutting the notion of banning books. However, Americans have not listened to what he was talking about, what the First Amendment states, or what so many others have said about not banning books. Since Mr. Franklin made this statement, hundreds of thousands of books have been challenged and many of them have been banne...
  • Foreshadow A Banned Book Society
    316 words
    The burden of proof about not censoring Fahrenheit 451 was simple to accomplish. The novel helps foreshadow a society that nobody would ever want. From reading its contents, censors might not want to challenge other books. Also, the censoring of this book goes against intellectual freedom. First, this book foreshadowing a society with books being banned. The people of this foreshadowed society from the book do not even know how to think, let alone make intellectual decisions. The government proh...

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