Slaughterhouse Five PDF published in 1969, is a famous anti-satire, satirical work by Vonnegut. The book was once considered a bible by Americans who opposed the war in Vietnam at that time. But in an article in the News-Leader, Wesley Scroggins – University of Missouri professor – said that Vonnegut’s work contains “too many profane, blasphemous words”.
Therefore, in July, Republic High School in Missouri, USA listed this work as a banned list, along with Sarah Ockler’s Twenty Boy Summer. However, this decision faced opposition from many genuine writers. Therefore, the school decided to return the two works to the library, but only placed in certain areas, under the supervision of the administrator.