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what if everyone read one of four books?

The Institute of Museum and Library Services and the National Endowment for the Arts are getting together to correct the alleged “dramatic decline in literary reading” with a program called The Big Read. I’m sure librarians won’t mind getting some … Continue reading

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the decline in reading, another take

The Christian Science Monitor takes on the media conclusions to the NEA “reading in crisis” report, finding some other folks to place the blame on. Publishers and writers can blame TV, the Internet, and the media all they want, but … Continue reading

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