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Re: Unique Books?



If the book is printed, you can say it's the only "copy", but even if it's
"unique", a copy is a copy.
I think that a "unique" book is more an artifact, handmade, and made only
once, as a manuscript.
Of course a print can be a monoprint, but allways has to be a matrix, unless
it is destroyed.
Bruno

Rizio Bruno Sant'Ana
Biblioteca Mario de Andrade
Rua da Consolacao, 94
01302-000 - Sao Paulo - Brazil
rbruno@internetcom.com.br


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