Whitesnake video vixen Tawny Kitaen appears on "Botched" to have her breast implants removed, after complaining that six boob jobs have led to complications. The '80s icon will be on the season finale of the plastic surgery reality show Thursday night to ask for a big change. "It must have been something inside myself when I wasn't feeling secure enough about myself and thought this will take care of the problem," the 56-year-old model-actress tells Dr. Dubrow. "Now the implants are like down to the bottom of my rib cage." "Botched" airs at 9 . on E!
A continuing controversy surrounding the political message of the novel and its view of human nature has led some readers to challenge its status as a book suitable for children. The American Library Association thus positioned Lord of the Flies at number 70 on its list of the 100 most challenged books of 1990-2000. Among literary critics of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, however, Lord of the Flies has been revisited less as an allegory of human evil than as a literary expression of Cold War ideology. This historicizing does not do justice to the novel. But in terms of reception history, contemporary critics are right to note that the novel's position at the center of many English curricula across America and Great Britain during the Cold War illustrates how the pedagogy of literature has been used to bolster national identity and ideology.