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School reading set from 1930's
It was recognised that not all pupils could afford books, nor could libraries supply them. The Department of Education provided sets of reading books appropriate for each level to schools. These were usually somewhat abridged and were characterised by having red covers. Accompanying notes provided some guidance – like who the main characters are, and the theme.
These days of course students have recourse to internet and “study notes”.
 
 

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