The purpose of this site is to explore the controversial 1971 novel, Go Ask Alice, in relation to the solo project guidelines for
Glendale Community College's ENH 295 Banned Books and Censorship course.
This site includes analysis of the text supported by research, the right to intellectual freedom, censorship of Go Ask Alice, the effects of censorship on minority groups from the dominant culture, my personal position, and interactive extras to enhance the learning process.
All sources are cited on the Works Cited page.
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What is your position on censorship and America's youth?
*For the sake of convenience, the narrator of Go Ask Alice will be referred to as "Alice." Even though the narrator of the novel does not mention her own name, we can assume, like countless others have, that the novel of her personal journal is named after her.