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Copy machines of medieval times: Scribes labored, cursed
Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Leroux, Charles
Date: Oct 26, 1983
Start Page: WC_A5
Pages: 1
Section: W C
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MARC DROGIN IS an unabashed lover of books. He also is a calligrapher. For him, therefore, the greatest heroes of the past were not generals, not statesmen, but the medieval scribes who copied the classical Greek and Roman works, thus pre-...

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