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Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding
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- Subject: Re: The Philosophy of Bookbinding
- From: wes white <octopuspowder@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Sep 1998 08:57:55 PDT
- Message-id: <199809291645.JAA15162@SUL-Server-2.stanford.edu>
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>>But if we are to interpret Gabriel from the way you bind and present
>>book, it IS presenting information.
Oh! Oh! I forgot to say! You're not supposed to interpret Gabriel from
that, I don't think you possibly could unless you already knew that
specific story. The smudge is evidence of what happened, not information
If the audience learns why there is a smudge on that page, it will be
through accompanying texts, not through the book itself.
Do I seem like I'm just being difficult? I'm not meaning to be.
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