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Bontemps, Arna. Great Slave Narratives.

Boston: Beacon Press, 1969. Carl McClean, the black parent, thought this a better book for high school students than Huckleberry Finn. Students may want to read this book, compare it to Huck Finn, and discuss whether every student should be required to read it.

Commire, Anne, ed. "Hentoff, Nat(han Irving)." In Something about the Author. Detroit: Gale Research, 1986.

Vol. 42: 107-111. Includes brief account of Hentoff's life and views, in his own words.

Donelson, Kenneth L., and Alleen Pace Nilsen. Literature for Today's Young Adults. 3rd edition. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1989. Contains a valuable chapter entitled "Censorship: Of Worrying and Wondering."

Jenkinson, Edward B. Censors in the Classroom: The Mind Benders. New York: Avon Books, 1982. By reading the index, students can pick out books that they are familiar with that have been censored and then read where the action took place and what...

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