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Letters to the Editor

Written by jen, 19th November 2009

Not a letter to the Editor of The Reader, but a letter from the Editor of The Reader to the Editor of the TLS, on the subject of Research in the Humanities. Philip Davis says:

In my own experience, the attempt to launch an MA testing the claims of “bibliotherapy” – asking what kind of good it is that literature might do in the world of non-academic readers – found that the resistance from hard scientists was no greater than that from orthodox literature scholars.

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