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‘I Literally Weep’: Anguish As New Zealand’s National Library Culls 600,000 Books by Eleanor Ainge Roy

Academics, historians, researchers and scholars feel a literary crime is taking place during the distraction of the global pandemic.
Some 625,000 books are now in the process of being “rehomed”, as the library puts it, but the mass cull has caused despair among the country’s academics, historians, researchers and scholars, who say a literary crime is taking place in a year when many New Zealanders are distracted by the global pandemic.

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