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Louis Menand, "Notable Quotables"

When you’re hand-setting every letter, pulling them out of the type cases, which are sort of strangely arranged, and setting them in lines, you have a lot of time to think about the process of production, and about the words you are laboring over.

- Louis Menand, "Notable Quotables," (essay published in The New Yorker)

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