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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is number five on the most 100 challenged books list which is absurd In fact it is one of the most important additions to a schools curriculum but shadowed by divisive arguments on whether kids should read it Powell It shows Hucks struggle to decide whether slavery is wrong or not who is accompanied by a runaway slave Jim who ran away the same night as Huck It isnt one of those read and test and then its out of your brain books Huck Finn is one of the epic books that stay in the mind long after reading if it is taught correctly It triggers discussions that make people realize that racism is still alive today Most of the people arguing about whether or not Huck Finn should be included are either people who havent read the book or because of the notorious n word Most people nowadays who argue an opinion will only listen or read what they want to hear or see After parents hear mention of the n word in their sonsdaughters book they immediately think it should be banned If someone tells a parent to read the book most will just go through and count how many times the n word is used instead of focusing on plot or Twains depiction of society in that time period Even people who werent racist in Twains childhood time called African Americans the n word That is one of the reasons this book is so good the intimacy that Twain wrote it and was able to recall events from his childhood so well Every time the reader reads the n word heshe gets pulled further and further into Twains time period Also this book is banned because of Twain portrays black people Most think that he treats them like slaves in the book but he actually does just the opposite He shows how they have
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