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The E-Sylum:  Volume 4, Number 10, March 4, 2001, Article 9

SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE SUBJECT 

   Doug Owens writes: "I am aware that books should be 
   kept out of direct sunlight.   How bad is it to keep books 
   in a room that it brightly lit by sunlight, but with no direct 
   light hitting the books?  I want to keep the spines from 
   fading." 

   Can any of our readers supply an answer?  Obviously, 
   direct sunlight is much harsher than indirect, but just 
   how much of a problem can indirect sunlight cause? 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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