Challenged at the Newton, Iowa High School  because of concerns about profanity and the portrayal of Jesus Christ.Newton High School has required students to read the book since at least the early 1980s.Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both used grammar corresponding to children aged between 11 and 14 - students between grades six and eight in the US.But their vocabulary was more advanced and matched students aged between 13 and 16.Some of these things I wish I’d known myself, and some of these are just the things everyone needs to know going into ninth grade: 1. It’s clichéd, but you’ll simultaneously hate it and love it. I’m sure people have told you before, but ASK QUESTIONS. Bring a Polaroid camera to your friends’ houses and take pictures before the dance.
Retained in the Greencastle-Antrim, Pennsylvania tenth-grade English classes . Nobody will think anything about it/you, I promise. Homecoming is amazing and [corny] and it’s the first time you’ll feel true school pride. Make friends with the juniors that you’ll still have another year with next year. (Plato suggested expurgating it for immature readers (387 B. E.) and Caligula tried to suppress it because it expressed Greek ideals of freedom.Plato suggested that state censors should expurgate the outlandish adventures of Odysseus, and all other poetry.) (Challenged as required reading at the high school in Grandville, Michigan in 2002 because the book is "full of racism, profanity, and foul language." Banned from the George County, Mississippi schools in 2002 because of profanity; racial slurs, profanity, violence, and does not represent traditional values; profane, violent, not traditional.