Why Huckleberry Finn Should Not Be Banned Analysis

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There are hundreds of important and symbolic American books that have been written and can easily replace The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. There are other books in which they talk about discrimination and slavery without using the “N” word. “I keep hearing,’ This is a classic, This is a classic’... I understand this is a literature classic. But at some point, I feel that children will not-or do not- truly get the classic part-the literature part” (Accomack County Public Schools). Like I mentioned there are many books that can teach students about the south and by adding the “N” word it made many class room environments not safe. Not only is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn creating a racial barrier again. The language used to describe Jim is offensive and talks very badly about slaves. …show more content…

Even though this is happening all over the world there is should not hold people back from teaching it and it should not be banned. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of the most important novels in American history and also one of the most taught novels in American schools which makes it no reason from it not be taught in schools anymore. The book is written in a perspective when slavery was commonly known and used which then gives the reader a different perspective of slavery. The “N” word is purposely used to make the readers uncomfortable and brings the book to be talked about all over the

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