Places I Never Meant to Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers Setting & Symbolism

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Elizabeth Public Libraryappears in Censorship: A Personal View

The Elizabeth Public Library is where Judy Blume was not allowed to checked out John O'Hara's "A Rage to Live" without parental consent because it was restricted. This was her first experience with censorship.

Milltownappears in Spear

Milltown is the neighborhood where Norma Jean Ray lives with the other poor whites.

Placementappears in You Come, Too, A-Ron

Placement is a shelter for kids without families. It is the main setting of the story as Aaron returns here after running away from Oakmont.

Oakmontappears in You Come, Too, A-Ron

Oakmont is a school in the boonies where Aaron was sent the last time he was at Placement because they could not find a family for him. He ran away because there are too many kids and not enough staff, but he decides to return to get an education and so he...

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