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Program on censorship is Jan. 26

Posted: Friday, Jan 18th, 2013


Pancho Savery


Recent efforts to remove the “N-word” in literature – from the new edition of Mark Twain’s “Huck Finn” in which the word is changed to “slave,” to the attempt to halt a high school production of August Wilson’s “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” because of its "offensive" language – raise questions about censorship. Is censorship ever a good thing?

This is the focus of “To Cut or Not to Cut: Censorship in Literature,” a free conversation with Reed College professor Pancho Savery to celebrate Book Month. The program will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, in the Carriage House of the Lincoln County Historical Society, 545 SW Ninth St. in Newport. This program is hosted by the historical society and sponsored by Oregon Humanities.



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