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Censorship is all around us in television music books and more The author of The Sledding Hill Chris Crutcher definitely opposes censorship His opinion and beliefs reveals through the characters in his book Chris Crutcher is very keen about supporting teens to feel free and to educate them about what goes on in the real world In order to become an adult you have to be a teenager first but most adults fail to remember what it feels like to be a teenager The perspective between an adult and a teenager is so different that it is very likely that teenagers are misunderstood Teenagers have a nature for craving knowledge and to achieve that goal they will not be afraid to take risks Crutcher understands this situation so he encourages adults to be open about sharing touchy subjects like sex and drug use within the safety of their home If not Crutcher explains teenagers will somehow look for answers somewhere else One of the characters from the book Montana mentions this she says So go ahead Take it Well find it and read it and well post a list at the city library of every book you ban and read every one of them Well carry them front cover out all over campus and well talk about them loud with one another 224 Crutcher believes censorship is absolutely absurd and is not needed Most adults do not realize that if they are open to teenagers it is likely there will not be any closure or awkwardness in their relationship Ask yourselves if you have ba- the courage to talk to us about them 222Teachers know that literature is a great resource to attract students to a certain subject Crutcher is confident that even if a book contains malevolent material teachers should feel free to share it with their students Mrs Lloyd says I picked it because it has a lot of bad language and I
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