Places I Never Meant to Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers - Censorship: A Personal View by Judy Blume Summary & Analysis

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Censorship: A Personal View by Judy Blume Summary

As a child, Judy Blume was curious about the adult world. Since her mother forbade her to read "A Rage to Live" by John O'Hara in fifth grade, she was excited to see that her junior high reading list contained any book by John O'Hara. Unfortunately, when she went to the library, the librarian informed her that "A Rage to Live" was on the restricted list so that Judy could not borrow the book without her parents' written permission. Aside from that one instance, Judy's parents never dictated what she could read, and when she complained about the book being restricted, her aunt leant her a copy that led Judy to read everything she could find by that author. Judy began writing in her mid-twenties with "Are You There God? It's...

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