Surely it’s the first time the comment “I can read you like a book” has received the response “OK, just return me in half an hour.” The so-called Human Library, a one-day program held in November at five branches of the Toronto Public Library, allowed the reading public the chance to book time with some uniquely fleshed out plots: that is, the stories of actual people. For 30 minutes each, visitors could “check out” and glean stories from volunteers, who were selected for their compelling backgrounds....
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