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US students request 'trigger warnings' on literature

Posted at 7:20PM Monday 19 May 2014

Students in America have been asking for "trigger warnings" to be included on works of literature which deal with topics such as rape or war.

Books containing scenes with potential to cause distress said to include Things Fall Apart, The Great Gatsby and Mrs Dalloway

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