A study from Dartmouth mathematicians claims classic literature has less influence than ever before, but is it true?
News by Kimberly Turner
Recently, a study on literary influence from Dartmouth College has been getting a lot of press for essentially concluding that modern writers don't give a damn about the classics compared to their pre-19th-century counterparts.
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