Though many students wouldn't mind if novels were banned, classic pieces of literature are the world's history and history should defiantly not be banned. Shakespeare is a classic example and no stranger to censorship; the Associated Press reported in March of 1996 that Merrimack, NH schools had pulled Shakespeare's Twelfth Night from the curriculum after the school board passed a "prohibition of alternative lifestyle instruction" act. Twelfth Night includes a number of romantic entanglements including a young woman who disguises herself as a boy. Even though the times may have changed history was meant to be taught and enjoyed throughout the world. In Mark Twain's lifetime, his books Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn were... [continues]
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