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I'm looking for research that supports the reading of classics (Dickens, Twain, 
Hemmingway, etc) with students.  While I can well articulate my opinion supporting 
such teaching ( and, yes, for the record I feel that it's nice to have some some 
more contemporary titles classics mixed in with the classics) what I need right now 
is research results concerning the benefits of teaching the classics.   If you know 
anything along this line, please let me  know.  I'll post hit if there's interest.  
As always, thank you.

Susan Guerrant
Librarian, Henley Middle School
5880 Rockfish Gap Turnpike
Crozet, VA  22932

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