Books that lie open | Journal | Hyphen Press
Ollie George
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A book, when opened, should lie flat when placed on a table, and stay that way without help from its reader's hands. It should open to its fullest extent, so that the whole of the page, or pair of pages, can be used: for photographs that might run into or across the central margins, for side-notes or other text that needs to occupy an inner margin.

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