In the classroom, if the well-being of White students who might be triggered by the suicides in Romeo and Juliet can be taken into account by teachers when they compile reading lists, so can the well-being of Black students who are triggered by the N-word in Huck Finn and having to hear White people say it on repeat out loud during class and using the fact that the book is being taught in class as justification to use the N-word in everyday life. These students might not yet be sophisticated enough to process the literary nuances you speak of in your comment. Everyone can still read it on their own time at home if they choose to.

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