Typography papers 4, Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, 2000

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Content includes:
Paul Luna: Clearly defined: continuity and innovation in the typography of English dictionaries
Christopher Burke & Robin Kinross (ed.): The dispute between Max Bill and Tschichold of 1946, with a later contribution by Paul Renner
Max Bill: On typography
Jan Tschichold: Belief and reality
Paul Renner: On modern typography
Peter Burnhill: Type spaces
Richard Southall / Peter Enneson / Andrew Boag / Hrant Papazian: Replies to Peter Burnhill
Paul Stiff: Spaces and difference in typography
Peter Burnhill: Response

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Typography papers 4, Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, 2000
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