What would you do if you read the following statement on page 1 of a book
about handwriting (in a chapter titled "History of Handwriting")?
""The Romans originally intended to alternate their lower case letters[,]
having every other one extend to the height of the capitals. But when they
reached the letter 'n' they decided not to continue this method and the only
upper extended letter after that was the 't' which was only half as high as
the other looped letters."
Would you want to say something to the author and/or publisher?
If so, let me know and I'll tell you how to reach the people responsible for
this piece of ... uh, writ.
(I contacted them once - months ago, on discovering the error - and
was "brushed off": perhaps if they heard from more people, they might wake
Yours for better letters,
Kate Gladstone - Handwriting Repair
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ENTER ACCESS CODE 04 at my new 800 number, 800/394-9482 (800/EX-HW-ITAlic),
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