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Censoring Huck Finn Essay Topic

Last update: July 14, 2010
Created by: Kelly Ray, Library Media Specialist
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Databases:
Use these online databases to consider opposing viewpoints on the censorship/banned books issue.




Censorship - Banned Books

  1. Click here to read the Topic Overview including the Terms to Know, Perspectives, and articles below the Perspectives which may be relevant to your research questions.
  2. View and listen to the Interactive.
  3. Read the Essential Questions and Answers and related viewpoint articles below them to understand the points of difference on both sides of the issue.




Banned Books

  1. Read/listen to the Viewpoint Essays presenting opposing viewpoints.
  2. Click on the tabs above the results list to access additional content in Reference, Magazines, Academic Journals, News, Multimedia, etc.
  3. You might also want to look for information under the subject Banned Books Week.




Censorship

  1. Read the Questions to Think About at the top of the webpage, then read the Topic Overview.
  2. Read/listen to the Viewpoint Essays presenting opposing viewpoints.

Search this database for Critical Essays on Adventures of Huckleberry Finn or Biographical information on Mark Twain: