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N-word Removed from Huck Finn

A new version of the Mark Twain classic, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” will be printed replacing the n-word – which appears over 200 times in the novel – with “slave.” "This is not an effort to render Tom Sawyer and ‘Huckleberry Finn’ colorblind," the Twain scholar behind the move, Alan Gribben, told Publisher’s Weekly. “It’s a matter of how you express that in the 21st century.” But critics call the move “censorship” and say it attempts to cover up the nation’s racist past.

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