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A reader explores the ethical lines sometimes crossed in humor in light of recent criticism of children's book author David Walliams.
A reader considers how books from the margins are recategorized and how moral gatekeeping restricts access to those stories.
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A reader reflects on the morality-driven backlash against the adaptation of Sally Rooney's NORMAL PEOPLE, as heard on a radio show from Ireland.
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Nonfiction by women to pop onto your TBR and add some more depth to your reading life.