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How bookstores are making a comeback in the UK

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​Owing to their ubiquity and archaic origins, it's hard to imagine a world without books or a time before their invention. And for much of their history, booksellers have been among the primary means of disseminating books among the public.

In the UK, which has a storied literary history, the oldest surviving bookseller, the Protestant Truth Society, is celebrating its 100th birthday this year.

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