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Reclaiming Claims: What English Students Want from English Profs

Why study literature? Why read fiction? Why spend one’s life teaching it? What’s the point? Because literature has something significant to impart. Gain some insight here...

Maus: Why it Should be Unbanned.

Maus' removal from the curriculum of a school district in Tennessee made national headlines. This essay addresses why that decision should be reversed.

Show Me on the Doll Where This Book Hurt You

A poem that addresses not only the limited thinking behind censorship, but also the dangerous implications of the practice. By Daniel W. Wright.

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Back to School in Plato’s Republic: Lesson Plan, or Censorship?

We live in a culture spellbound by censorship. And it's increasing at an alarming rate. Like a lot of other topics, Plato has a lot to say on the subject. What is his perspective on the matter, and is it still relevant?

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