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In Margaret E. Comparison of Multicultural Characters in the Annotations of Two Recommended High School Reading Lists Published Thirty-One Years it shows that there are main reading lists from United States high schools and that these lists are changing over time. For instance, it reflects that the lists have adjusted by adding minority literature to the recommendations. Klein states that the roles became less stereotypical and more in depth . However, the far from melting all the stereotypical ice sheet around the minority characters displayed the older and modern literature, and she feels that more of the emphasis should be placed on the disproportionate distribution over/under representation of the specific minority groups.
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In Margaret E. Comparison of Multicultural Characters in the Annotations of Two Recommended High School Reading Lists Published Thirty-One Years it shows that there are main reading lists from United States high schools and that these lists are changing over time. For instance, it reflects that the lists have adjusted by adding minority literature to the recommendations. Klein states that the roles became less stereotypical and more in depth .

However, the far from melting all the stereotypical ice sheet around the minority characters displayed the older and modern literature, and she feels that more of the emphasis should be placed on the disproportionate distribution over/under representation of the specific minority groups.
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In Margaret E. Comparison of Multicultural Characters in the Annotations of Two Recommended High School Reading Lists Published Thirty-One Years it shows that there are main reading lists from United States high schools and that these lists are changing over time. For instance, it reflects that the lists have adjusted by adding minority literature to the recommendations. Klein states that the roles became less stereotypical and more in depth . However, the far from melting all the stereotypical ice sheet around the minority characters displayed the older and modern literature, and she feels that more of the emphasis should be placed on the disproportionate distribution over/under representation of the specific minority groups.