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FW: Title-page Wording



>Hi, Terry ---
>
>Well, to harken back to an earlier era, the title pages on many of the
>antique books in my library go something like...
>
>       TITLE OF POEM
>       being a fhort modern poem
>       by Iohn Doe
>       and further embellifhed with photographf
>       by Iane Roe
>       bound and publifhed in thif year of our Lord
>       1997
>       by Iane Roe
>       at the fign of the fhutter
>
>...all in a flowery cursive script of course!
>
>My tuppence worth, but you can have it for free.
>
>--- Bill Mixon (tongue part-way in cheek!:^)l
>
>----------
>From:  Terry Belanger[SMTP:tb3e@POE.ACC.VIRGINIA.EDU]
>Sent:  Sunday, February 02, 1997 11:50 PM
>Subject:       Title-page Wording
>
>...
>
>Problem 1: She has taken a short modern poem by someone else and
>illustrated it with a substantial number of her own original
>photographs and made a special binding for this one-of-a-kind
>book (she has the permission of the poet to do this). The
>title-page wording
>
>     John Doe
>     TITLE OF POEM
>
>     Photographs
>     by
>     Jane Roe
>
>seems inadequate to her to convey the extent to which she has, as
>it were, entered the picture; but she can't think of anything
>better for the title-page wording. Does anyone have any ideas?
>
>...
>


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