Roger Ebert Gets Fired Up Over ‘Huck Finn’ Censorship On Twitter, Then Apologizes

8 01 2011

Almost 101 years after Mark Twain died, one of his most famous works is causing controversy once again, only this time on Twitter.

After news broke Tuesday that publisher NewSouth will release a new edition of ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ with all 219 N-words excluded, movie critic Roger Ebert reacted with a controversial tweet. He quickly apologized after receiving harsh criticism.





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