Walt Disney was often criticized in some circles for bastardizing particular works of literature when he would adapt them for film. But, he always argued that his intention was never to supplant the source material, but, rather, his goal was to persuade people to read or re-read many of these classics. His works were always interpretations of the originals even though the success of such films often made them definitive in the minds of the public.
Since so much of Disneyland is taken from classic literature, as well, how should The Magic Kingdom treat these novels and other works? And, how should the original authors be acknowledged?
The Mark Twain Riverboat is an ingenious tribute to the psuedonym of Samuel Clemmens, but even more can be done in this vein. And, I would also love if Main Street, U.S.A. had a book store or a library where the originals were made available to guests.