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Topic - Deborah Caldwell-Stone
"It's denying access to the original voice of the author, and that's censorship," says Deborah Caldwell-Stone, interim director of intellectual freedom for the American Library Association.
She said the two cases involve the "altering of a classic work of literature with a view toward protecting modern sensibilities, or preventing children from being aware of the character of the original work."