From the expression of authors to sharing perceptions of the world, the use of literature has been one of the most common ways of teaching students for generations. However, with opposing viewpoints and conflicting ideas, literary censorship has continued to become an issue among communities for longer than people realize, and it brings harm to humanity over time. This essay discusses the recent conflict of banning books in communities and its affect on students.
"The Book I Never Got to Read: A Tale of Book Censorship,"
Emerging Writers: Vol. 5, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/emergingwriters/vol5/iss1/7