Subscribe to literary classics with DailyLit.
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Last week I mentioned Serial Reader, and iOS app that drip feeds you a public domain classic every day. DailyLit brings you the same, but through your email. This may work better for your students, especially if they do not have iOS devices.
One big difference between DailyLit and Serial Reader is that DailyLit offers some recently published works for free, and some works for a fee. This may help those readers that struggle with the prose of older works. Downside of DailyLit is that students will need to create an account, Google or Microsoft logins won’t work.