Tag Archives: violence

re-Trash-ed

Trash by Andy Mulligan was the subject of my previous blog.  You will be pleased to hear that I have now read the book and thoroughly enjoyed it.  It was everything it promised to be.  Written for the children’s market … Continue reading

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Trash

I refer to the novel, not the content of this blog.  Earlier this week it came to my attention that the Blue Peter Awards removed the novel Trash from their shortlist because it has two swear words and one violent … Continue reading

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Solitary Confinement

Solitary confinement was invented many years ago as a tool for reform but instead drove the prisoner mad.  How then do hermits survive?  Is it the lack of policing, the authoritative body?  Is it the conscious decision, the lifestyle choice … Continue reading

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