Tag: libraries

This collection of articles explores the controversies surrounding the inclusion of William Golding’s classic novel, “Lord of the Flies,” in libraries. While some argue that the book is a valuable tool for exploring complex themes and promoting critical thinking, others contend that its violent content and perceived glorification of savagery make it inappropriate for young readers. The articles delve into various perspectives on this issue, analyzing factors such as censorship, cultural context, and educational value. Ultimately, this collection offers a comprehensive look at the ongoing debate over whether “Lord of the Flies” belongs on library shelves.