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Bringing Victorian Time Books To Life

Posted at 8:42AM Thursday 15 May 2014

How do you make books that were written over one hundred and fifty years ago interesting in the world today?

Well it's a task the British Library has taken on, with the launch of a massive new digital project that aims to bring classical books to life.

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