The Great Gatsby And A Brave New World

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“...Congress shall make no law abridging the Freedom of speech or of the press,” the First Amendment states. However, readers are still being denied this right. Every year 500 books are banned, or challenged in libraries and schools across the United States (Winerip). About 85 percent of these book challenges do not receive any media attention and continue to remain unreported. Much of this activity happens behind closed doors. Ranging from Harry Potter and The Adventures of Captain Underpants to The Great Gatsby and A Brave New World, all types of books from Classics to Fiction have been challenged at one point. Books of this sort keep all people interested in reading. These books allow for them to think creatively, use their imagination,

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