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Plato suggested that state censors should expurgate the outlandish adventures of Odysseus, and all other poetry. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Challenged as required reading at the high school in Grandville, Michigan in because the book is "full of racism, profanity, and foul language. Challenged in the Normal, Illinois Community High Schools in because the book contains "racial slurs, profanity, violence, and does not represent traditional values.
Retained in the Greencastle-Antrim, Pennsylvania tenth-grade English classes . A complaint was filed because of "racial slurs" and profanity used throughout the novel. The book has been used in the high school for more than 30 years, and those who object to its content have the option of reading an alternative reading.
Challenged at the Newton, Iowa High School  because of concerns about profanity and the portrayal of Jesus Christ. Newton High School has required students to read the book since at least the early s. In neighboring Des Moines, it is on the recommended reading list for ninth-grade English, and it is used for some special education students in the eleventh and twelfth grades. Retained in the Olathe, Kansas ninth-grade curriculum  despite a parent calling the novel "a worthless, profanity-riddled book" which is "derogatory towards African Americans, women, and the developmentally disabled.
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens "Violates the rights of children. The same parent plans to request removal of six other books from the library, including The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series, another set of books by Sones , and Get Well Soon , by Julie Halpern. Only In Your Dreams: Public Library  because of sexual innuendo, drug references, and other adult topics. Responding to a call by parents, church, and community leaders to remove this novel along with twelve other provocative books available to teens at the Leesburg Public Library, city commissioners voted 4—1 to separate all books based on age groups.
High-school books will be placed in a separate area in the library stairwell. On the Infinite Universe and Worlds by Giordano Bruno Bruno was considered a heresiarch by the church; burned at the stake for heretical and unsound opinions in Scopes was convicted in for teaching the evolutionary theory of this book in his high school class.
The Tennessee law prohibiting teaching evolutionary theory was finally repealed in , but further laws intended to stifle the teaching of evolution in science classes have been proposed in the Tennessee legislature as recently as On the Road by Jack Kerouac.
Open Minds to Equality: A citizens' organization in Kitchener, Defend Traditional Marriage and Family, objected because the book could lead people "to reject scriptural teaching on homosexual acts.
The DoD then purchased and destroyed all 9, first edition copies citing concerns that it contained classified information. Martin's Press, in conjunction with the DoD created a censored second edition, which contains blackened out words, lines, paragraphs, and even portions of the index. Ordinary People by Judith Guest. B Other Jewish Holy Writs. B Other Muslim Holy Writs.
Objections were raised because the book is about the scientific theory of evolution. B The Outline of History by H.
Outrageously Alice adolescence by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Outside Over There children by Maurice Sendak. Naked Lunch by William S. The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. Nani by Alexis DeVeaux.
Naomi in the Middle children by Norma Klein. Nappy Hair pre- to grade 3 by Carolivia Herron. Native Son by Richard Wright "Sexually graphic and violent. The Natural by Bernard Malamud. B Needful Things by Stephen King. Never Love a Stranger by Harold Robbins. Author sentenced for enemy propaganda to seven years in prison, prolonged to 13 years in The New Joy of Sex by Alex Comfort Challenged at the Nampa, Idaho Public Library  along with seven other books because "they are very pornographic in nature and they have very explicit and detailed illustrations and photographs which we feel don't belong in a library.
The book was relocated to the director's office  to be accessed by patrons who specifically requested the book. His last words were "Lord, open the king of England's eyes.
In , three freshmen sued the university over its choice of Approaching the Qur'an: The Early Revelations by Michael A. The federal lawsuit was filed on the students' behalf by the Family Policy Network, a Christian group based in Virginia.
Courts later rejected the argument that the reading requirement violated the US constitution. Challenged at the Easton, Penn. Removed from the Bedford, New Hampshire School District's required Personal Finance Course  after two parents complained about the "book's profanity, offensive references to Christianity, and biased portrayal of capitalism.
Night Chills by Dean Koontz. Nightjohn by Gary Paulsen. B Night Shift by Stephen King. Night Talk by Elizabeth Cox Challenged at the South Gwinnett, Georgia High School library  because the story, which portrays the friendship of a white girl and a black girl during the Civil Rights era, contains "graphic sex scenes that read like a how-to guide. Nineteen Minutes by Jody Picoult Restricted to high school students with parental permission at the Beardstown, Illinois High School Library  because the novel "describes sex, uses foul language, and contains other R-rated content.
The book is comprised of entries four New York City high-school students made in a shared journal in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Reclassified from the young adult section to the adult nonfiction section at the Waukee, Iowa Public Library  because of a complaint citing "foul language" and "cussing.
Book was also burned in Germany in The student-employee contacted the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana and six months later received a letter stating that IUPUI "regrets this situation took place," is committed to upholding freedom of expression on its campus and no documents regarding this incident exist in the employee's file. Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Paint Me Like I Am: The thirty-one line poem is peppered with profanity and details a violent relationship between an adult and child.
San Francisco based WritersCorps, an art organization linking writers with teens in urban areas to provide outlets for their experiences, produced the anthology. Retained in the combined middle and high school library in the North Fond du Lac, Wis. School District  provided it has a label designating it as appropriate for high school students.
Younger students could also access the book with prior parental permission. A parent asked the school district to reconsider the book due to mature language. Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded by Samuel Richardson. Paradise Lost by John Milton. Paula by Isabel Allende "Profane language and depictions of sexuality.
In May , it was allowed for sale if sealed and an indication of the censorship classification was displayed. Initially restricted in Australia. After review the edition was banned outright. The Pearl by John Steinbeck. A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn Challenged in the North Stafford, Virginia High School advanced-placement history class , even though it's not the primary textbook because the book is "un-American, leftist propaganda.
A board member, elected amid promises to bring her Christian beliefs into all board decision-making, raised the controversy based on excerpts from the books she'd found on the Internet. Chbosky's novel, which contains references to masturbation, homosexuality, and bestiality, got the bulk of the criticism. Removed from Portage, Indiana High School classrooms  for topics such as homosexuality, drug use, and sexual behavior. The novel chronicles the freshman year of high school of a young man struggling with awkwardness and the changing world around him.
Challenged on the Commack, New York High School summer reading list  because the novel contains a two-page date rape scene. Educators in Commack revamped their reading list after finding students weren't interested in the choices and Chbosky's novel was added to attract "reluctant readers. The book contains frank and sometimes explicit descriptions of sex, drugs, suicide, and masturbation.
Freshmen and sophomores, however, will need parental permission to check out the book. The Bellevue Wisconsin School Board  decided to keep the book that is required for high school freshmen in the curriculum despite a parent's complaint that the book was "pornography" and its language was "pervasively vulgar. Peyton Place by Grace Metalious "Obscene, indecent. The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett Removed from a Cleburne, Texas summer reading list  for a dual credit, high school English class because the novel contains a rape scene and passages of explicit sex.
Therefore, Logan City Council libraries do not stock literature on any of the prohibited breeds. Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut. Portrait of a Lady by Henry James. The Practice of Prelates by William Tyndale. A parent complained that the book was "pornographic. The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain.
A Kanawha County Board of Education member suggested the institution of a book rating system. Eventually, the book was approved for return to the classroom, as long as students are offered alternative texts.
Private Parts by Howard Stern. Prometheus Unbound by Percy Bysshe Shelley. B The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran. The complainants said that the series of fantasy novels "contains religious themes that are pagan in nature and young minds would be drawn the to allure of witchcraft and black magic that runs through the books. The book was pulled from the middle school library recommended list because of concerns that the book deals with the occult.