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"The book format is movement. Rhythms of syllables and moving pictures of implied imagery flowing within text is akin to music and cinema. Events depicted in writing unfold through time in space, alongside the physical act of turning pages. Awareness of space of the pages and composing the pages as well as the text revolutionizes writing styles because it is a departure from the concept of seamless writing ofa running manuscript. The writer can take into consideration demands and opportunities of the multiple page format via the computer. Pacing of the book is the synchronization or syncopation of the content with turning pages. The format can reinforce and even speak aside from the text. Writing specifically in the book fromat, as opposed to a running manuscript, brings to the reader a book experience."… (mere)
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"The book format is movement. Rhythms of syllables and moving pictures of implied imagery flowing within text is akin to music and cinema. Events depicted in writing unfold through time in space, alongside the physical act of turning pages. Awareness of space of the pages and composing the pages as well as the text revolutionizes writing styles because it is a departure from the concept of seamless writing ofa running manuscript. The writer can take into consideration demands and opportunities of the multiple page format via the computer. Pacing of the book is the synchronization or syncopation of the content with turning pages. The format can reinforce and even speak aside from the text. Writing specifically in the book fromat, as opposed to a running manuscript, brings to the reader a book experience."

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