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The Reader Organisation: A Mutual Improvement Society For Modern Times

Posted at 6:40PM Wednesday 27 Jun 2012

With cultural life under siege, the Reader Organisation's aim to bring about a 'reading revolution' among people without access to great literature is just what's needed.

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