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Lecture 7

ENGL 371 Lecture 7: Engl 371 Lecture 7
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English
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ENGL371
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Tristanne Joy Connolly

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Ligatures
Justification, things that are printed in books are justified on the right margin as
well
Progress in the history of movable type:
In the 1400's -mid late 20th century
Things change as time went on in the 19th century, publishers come up
with stereotypes: set a page of type, make a mold, and then make a big
block of metal that has the page imprinted on it.
Made publishing easier, wouldn't have to re-set the type, makes type more
stable because the content stays the same
Publishers would do this with things they knew they were going to reprint
and reprint
Imposition: printing the different pages that you fold up to make a book
Codex: anything in book shape
Bindings would all be different because they would all be custom bound for
the consumer
Consumer could also decide to have multiple books bound together
Seriation
Casting off
Papyrus: reeds
Parchment: animal skin
In the renaissance, paper becomes predominant. Paper used to be made
out of fabric fiber (before woodpulp)
What do these textual technologies have to do regarding varients?
You can only have an error if you believe in the idea version
Transposition
Canflation
Haplography/eyeskip
Dittography
*practical lesson on the physicality of print and type and the ways in which that
effects the text*
Lecture 7
Tuesday,* October*18,*2016
11:38*AM

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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 7 Tuesday, October 18, 2016 11:38 AM Ligatures Justification, things that are printed in books jtified on the right margin as well Progress in the history of movable type: • In the 1400's -mid late 20th century • Thingschangeastimewentoninthe 19thcentury,publ isherscomeup with stereotypes: set apage of type, makea mold, and then makeabig blockof metalthathasthepage imprintedonit. • Made publishing easier, wouldn't have to-rsetthetype, makestype more stable becausethecontentstays the same • Publishers would do this with things they knew they wre going to reprint and reprint Howyouprintmultiplepages • Imposition:printing thedifferentpagesthatyou fo ld uptomake abook • Codex: anything in book shape • Bindings would allbedifferentbecausetheywould allbecustom b
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