Astoria Public Library: To cut or not to cut - sensitivity or censorship?
The Daily Astorian (Astoria)
Astoria Friends Library Association; Oregon Humanities; Pancho Savery, Reed College professor
Portrait image of Pancho Savery with books on shelves in the background.
Reed College professor Pancho Savery, who will speak about censorship in literature Sept. 29, at Astoria Public Library.
Objections to offensive language in literature raise a question about censorship. Should accommodations be made in language to meet present-day standards? Pancho Savery, professor of English at Reed College, will speak about censorship in literature at the Astoria Public Library. The presentation is hosted by Astoria Library Friends and Oregon Humanities.
censorship, freedom of speech, offensive language