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Do Teens Judge Books By Their Covers?

Posted at 7:18AM Friday 13 Jul 2012

Does pimping out Emma or Jane Eyre by dressing them up in contemporary attitudes and putting them out on the street to lure in new audiences diminish the stature of the books being sold?

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