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The Day They Came to Arrest the Book Setting & Symbolism

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George Mason High School

This school is the locus of confrontation for censorship in the story. Founded by George Mason, who was himself a crusader for freedom of the press, the school becomes a center of news media as they report on the censorship debate regarding reading materials for high school students.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Huckleberry Finn, written by Mark Twain, is the primary book of concern in the novel. Believed to be racist, sexist, and immoral by some, the community and students of George Mason become divided in the fight to either ban or save the book. Those who believe in the principles of the novel, point out the moral character of Huck, the main character, and his innocent use of the word "nigger" because of his upbringing. Further, these individuals point to the clear friendship between Huck and Jim, the novel's black...

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