Famous Titles Banned for Their Honest Literary Representation

banned books 4As issues of feminism, racism and others developed with more flare in the United States, the 20th century became a governmental battle over the novels that were available to the public. Apparently with the issues that continually battled tradition there was much to consider in the authors who were willing to speak out against the accepted knowledge.

With students in high school and college learning more of the basis for their own thought and belief it has become impressive that these originally banned books are once again a solid source of reference in their growth and development throughout higher education. It’s hard to believe that this thought would be taken away from any developing adult as they grow, but it appears that governments from around the world have done so throughout history.

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Author: sara-copywriting

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