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Three ways museums are making classic literature more attractive to young readers

By Heather Green, PhD Candidate, Literary Heritage, Nottingham Trent University
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For many lovers of classic literature, opportunities to devour the works of undiscovered authors can be enough to make people’s eyes light up. For those who aren’t as keen on the genre, the appeal of these titles is a little less obvious. In fact, it’s one of the reasons museum professionals are running into issues when it comes to inspiring new generations to read such works.

Engaging young people is a challenge for museums and the traditional approaches that literary…


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