The Resource Censored books II : critical viewpoints, 1985-2000, edited by Nicholas J. Karolides

Censored books II : critical viewpoints, 1985-2000, edited by Nicholas J. Karolides

Label
Censored books II : critical viewpoints, 1985-2000
Title
Censored books II
Title remainder
critical viewpoints, 1985-2000
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nicholas J. Karolides
Title variation
  • Censored books 2
  • Censored books two
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Presents reasoned arguments to support a wide range of literature that has been frequently challenged by would-be censors
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.9
Index
index present
LC call number
PS65.C46
LC item number
C45 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Karolides, Nicholas J
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • Censorship
  • Young adult literature, American
  • Children's literature, American
  • Young adult literature, American
  • Children's literature, American
  • Children
  • Youth
  • American literature
  • Geschichte 1985-2000
Label
Censored books II : critical viewpoints, 1985-2000, edited by Nicholas J. Karolides
Link
https://openlibrary.org/books/OL3951517M
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Facing intolerance: All-American Boys by Frank Mosca
  • The pigman's story: teaching Paul Zindel in the 21st century
  • Grant T. Smith
  • Keeping their parents happy: Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes
  • David Furniss
  • Running with, not from, Running Loose
  • Chris Crowe
  • Conquering our fears: Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories series
  • Caroline G. Majak
  • Will McBride's Show Me!
  • Marc Talbert
  • Sharon M. Scapple
  • Not so loathsome after all: in defense of Hastings and Wijngaard's Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady
  • Scot Smith
  • Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon: an African American epic
  • Suzanne Elizabeth Reid
  • Clorox the dishes and hide the books: a defense of Snow Falling on Cedars
  • Jenny Brantley
  • Defending The Stupids
  • Gaile Munde
  • Bette Greene's Summer of My German Soldier: the war within the human heart
  • Rosalie Benoit Weaver
  • Always Running from the real issues: why kids should read about gangs and drugs
  • Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes: a perspective on fear and death
  • Charles R. Duke
  • Sex, swearing, and sacrilege: a rationale for Vision Quest
  • Wendy J. Glenn
  • The avenger strikes again: We All Fall Down
  • John S. Simmons
  • Understanding sexuality education: two books by Lynda Madaras
  • Faye J. Perkins
  • The subversive quality of respect: in defense of The Witches
  • Amanda Bergson-Shilcock
  • Peter E. Morgan
  • Breaking the rules: a defense of A Wrinkle in Time
  • Susannah Sheffer
  • Yellow Raft in Blue Water
  • Minfong Ho
  • The amazing bone: any book can offend someone
  • Jane Smiley
  • Stock phrases for all occasions: the lessons of As I Lay Dying
  • Brian Fitch
  • Censors "who like to watch" curricula: Jerzy Kosinski and the banning of Being There
  • Dave Wood
  • Foreword
  • Un-Beloved?
  • Marshall B. Toman
  • Censorship and Bless Me, Ultima: a journey through fear to understanding
  • Linda Varvel
  • Protecting them from what? In praise of Blubber
  • Faith Sullivan
  • The portrayal of sexuality in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye
  • Steven R. Luebke
  • In defense of The Boy Who Lost His Face
  • Jeanne M. McGlinn
  • Nat Hentoff
  • Bridge to Terabithia: too good to miss
  • Karen Hirsch
  • Stephen King's cases against child abuse: Carrie and The Shining
  • Susan M. Kelley
  • Defending Ayla: two novels about being different
  • Mary Phillips Manke
  • In defense of Crazy Lady
  • Carolyn Reeder
  • Keep Cujo unleashed
  • John R. Woznicki
  • Introduction
  • Examining the power of Courses, Hexes & Spells
  • Nicholas R. Karolides
  • Defending children's schooltime reading: Daddy's Roommate and Heather's Mommies
  • Patrick Finnessy
  • A defense of A Day No Pigs Would Die
  • Jim Mulvey
  • The Drowning of Stephan Jones by Bette Greene
  • Carolyn Meyer
  • The invisible adolescent: Robert Cormier's Fade
  • Joyce Sweeney
  • Nicholas J. Karolides
  • Defending Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers: framing--not taming--controversy
  • Beth Murray
  • Lois Lowry's The Giver
  • Avi
  • Goosebumps by R.L. Stine
  • Sandra Soares and Julia Tiede
  • In defense of Gilly
  • Connie Russell
  • Things fade and alternatives exclude: truth and myth in John Gardner's Grendel
  • Lynda Durrant
  • Banned by neglect: Tom Sawyer, teaching the conflicts
  • Communicating pleasure: Halloween ABC by Eve Merriam
  • Judith Volc
  • Called to be a Handmaid: defending Margaret Atwood
  • Ruth Wood
  • Defending Harry Potter
  • Elizabeth A. Poe
  • The Headless Cupid by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  • Susan Koosmann
  • In defense of Cupid
  • Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  • Tim Hirsch
  • Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits
  • Cecilia Bustamante-Marré
  • Rationale for How to Eat Fried Worms
  • Lisa A. Spiegel
  • Journey to understanding: defending I Am the Cheese
  • Kristine M. Bjerk
  • In the Spirit of Crazy Horse: censorship and the FBI-AIM wars of the 1970s
  • Maggi Kramm
  • Sexual development: letting kids know It's Perfectly Normal
  • Nancy Bayne
  • Growing up with the Alice series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
  • Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach
  • Bill Brittain
  • Julie-Miyax: the emergence of dual identity in Julie of the Wolves and Julie
  • Anne Sherrill
  • Kaffir Boy: a rationale
  • Deborah Brown
  • In defense of Killing Mr. Griffin
  • Susanne L. Johnston
  • Harry Mazer's The Last Mission, and more
  • Ken Donelson
  • Katherine T. Buchner and M. Lee Manning
  • Afraid of the dark: censorship, Ray Bradbury, and The Martian Chronicles
  • Michael Angelotti
  • My Brother Sam Is Dead: embracing the contradictions and uncertainties of life and war
  • Kathy G. Short
  • Censored: an author's perspective
  • Christopher Collier
  • Literature, history, and social value: in defense of Native Son
  • Nellie Y. McKay and Dave Junker
  • Sweet dreams: in support of Nightmares
  • Margaret Yatsevitch Phinney
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 480 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(CaSfIA)censoredbooksiic0000karo
Label
Censored books II : critical viewpoints, 1985-2000, edited by Nicholas J. Karolides
Link
https://openlibrary.org/books/OL3951517M
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Facing intolerance: All-American Boys by Frank Mosca
  • The pigman's story: teaching Paul Zindel in the 21st century
  • Grant T. Smith
  • Keeping their parents happy: Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes
  • David Furniss
  • Running with, not from, Running Loose
  • Chris Crowe
  • Conquering our fears: Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories series
  • Caroline G. Majak
  • Will McBride's Show Me!
  • Marc Talbert
  • Sharon M. Scapple
  • Not so loathsome after all: in defense of Hastings and Wijngaard's Sir Gawain and the Loathly Lady
  • Scot Smith
  • Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon: an African American epic
  • Suzanne Elizabeth Reid
  • Clorox the dishes and hide the books: a defense of Snow Falling on Cedars
  • Jenny Brantley
  • Defending The Stupids
  • Gaile Munde
  • Bette Greene's Summer of My German Soldier: the war within the human heart
  • Rosalie Benoit Weaver
  • Always Running from the real issues: why kids should read about gangs and drugs
  • Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes: a perspective on fear and death
  • Charles R. Duke
  • Sex, swearing, and sacrilege: a rationale for Vision Quest
  • Wendy J. Glenn
  • The avenger strikes again: We All Fall Down
  • John S. Simmons
  • Understanding sexuality education: two books by Lynda Madaras
  • Faye J. Perkins
  • The subversive quality of respect: in defense of The Witches
  • Amanda Bergson-Shilcock
  • Peter E. Morgan
  • Breaking the rules: a defense of A Wrinkle in Time
  • Susannah Sheffer
  • Yellow Raft in Blue Water
  • Minfong Ho
  • The amazing bone: any book can offend someone
  • Jane Smiley
  • Stock phrases for all occasions: the lessons of As I Lay Dying
  • Brian Fitch
  • Censors "who like to watch" curricula: Jerzy Kosinski and the banning of Being There
  • Dave Wood
  • Foreword
  • Un-Beloved?
  • Marshall B. Toman
  • Censorship and Bless Me, Ultima: a journey through fear to understanding
  • Linda Varvel
  • Protecting them from what? In praise of Blubber
  • Faith Sullivan
  • The portrayal of sexuality in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye
  • Steven R. Luebke
  • In defense of The Boy Who Lost His Face
  • Jeanne M. McGlinn
  • Nat Hentoff
  • Bridge to Terabithia: too good to miss
  • Karen Hirsch
  • Stephen King's cases against child abuse: Carrie and The Shining
  • Susan M. Kelley
  • Defending Ayla: two novels about being different
  • Mary Phillips Manke
  • In defense of Crazy Lady
  • Carolyn Reeder
  • Keep Cujo unleashed
  • John R. Woznicki
  • Introduction
  • Examining the power of Courses, Hexes & Spells
  • Nicholas R. Karolides
  • Defending children's schooltime reading: Daddy's Roommate and Heather's Mommies
  • Patrick Finnessy
  • A defense of A Day No Pigs Would Die
  • Jim Mulvey
  • The Drowning of Stephan Jones by Bette Greene
  • Carolyn Meyer
  • The invisible adolescent: Robert Cormier's Fade
  • Joyce Sweeney
  • Nicholas J. Karolides
  • Defending Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers: framing--not taming--controversy
  • Beth Murray
  • Lois Lowry's The Giver
  • Avi
  • Goosebumps by R.L. Stine
  • Sandra Soares and Julia Tiede
  • In defense of Gilly
  • Connie Russell
  • Things fade and alternatives exclude: truth and myth in John Gardner's Grendel
  • Lynda Durrant
  • Banned by neglect: Tom Sawyer, teaching the conflicts
  • Communicating pleasure: Halloween ABC by Eve Merriam
  • Judith Volc
  • Called to be a Handmaid: defending Margaret Atwood
  • Ruth Wood
  • Defending Harry Potter
  • Elizabeth A. Poe
  • The Headless Cupid by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  • Susan Koosmann
  • In defense of Cupid
  • Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  • Tim Hirsch
  • Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits
  • Cecilia Bustamante-Marré
  • Rationale for How to Eat Fried Worms
  • Lisa A. Spiegel
  • Journey to understanding: defending I Am the Cheese
  • Kristine M. Bjerk
  • In the Spirit of Crazy Horse: censorship and the FBI-AIM wars of the 1970s
  • Maggi Kramm
  • Sexual development: letting kids know It's Perfectly Normal
  • Nancy Bayne
  • Growing up with the Alice series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
  • Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach
  • Bill Brittain
  • Julie-Miyax: the emergence of dual identity in Julie of the Wolves and Julie
  • Anne Sherrill
  • Kaffir Boy: a rationale
  • Deborah Brown
  • In defense of Killing Mr. Griffin
  • Susanne L. Johnston
  • Harry Mazer's The Last Mission, and more
  • Ken Donelson
  • Katherine T. Buchner and M. Lee Manning
  • Afraid of the dark: censorship, Ray Bradbury, and The Martian Chronicles
  • Michael Angelotti
  • My Brother Sam Is Dead: embracing the contradictions and uncertainties of life and war
  • Kathy G. Short
  • Censored: an author's perspective
  • Christopher Collier
  • Literature, history, and social value: in defense of Native Son
  • Nellie Y. McKay and Dave Junker
  • Sweet dreams: in support of Nightmares
  • Margaret Yatsevitch Phinney
Extent
1 online resource (xx, 480 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(CaSfIA)censoredbooksiic0000karo

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