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About half of Denmark’s libraries are now "open libraries" where there are staff present only some of the time. Or in some cases, none of the time. But where you can get a book out at 7 a.m. or go and do your homework at 9.30 p.m. seven days a week. This report from John Laurenson in the town of Alleroed near Copenhagen