[ModLib] Style 8 spine data configuration (T#3.4)
charles.graham at dominican.edu
Thu Feb 13 17:18:33 EST 2014
The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini is another one. Is that the
'sideways' orientation you and David are talking about?
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On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Ron Holl <ron at scribblemonger.com> wrote:
> Hi David,
> The Shakespeare series is rather unique in the 'sideways' (vertical)
> printing on the spine for a #8 binding, if that is what you are referring
> to. I don't know of any other titles printed in that orientation, but
> there may be. The length can't be the only reason, if it factored in at
> all. Other long words/names were printed horizontally (normal) like:
> Modern Library Dictionary
> The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (and this is a relatively
> thin book)
> Rodgers & Hammerstein
> And I've also seen words hyphenated (like Philosophical).
> It's a good question... can anyone think of another title written sideways
> on a #8 spine?
> > First of all, I certainly do appreciate all of the diverse questions,
> > clarifications, etc. that I receive. Thanks to all.
> > I have a question, and while I am asking it, I feel that the answer is
> > simply that the title fits better perpendicular to the Kent log in the
> > "block", vice in parallel.
> > REF: THE HISTORIES OF SHAKESPEARE, VOLUME ONE, DJ
> REFLECTS 371
> > OUTSTANDING BOOKS.
> > T#3.4 Style 8
> > All of my other ML's of Style 8, have the Title parallel to the
> > logo.
> > I full well realize that there are so many variables, and of course I am
> > enjoying cataloguing them as I find them, but am just curious - is this
> > configuration one of many,
> > and was formatted according for space or what.
> > Thank very much
> > A ML embryonic but learning fast collector
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