Interpretive Typing #1

You’ve heard of “interpretive dance.” Well, this is “interpretive typing”: the free intervention into the layout of a significant text using the capabilities of a typewriter to focus or even redirect attention.

I suppose it’s a lot like “found poetry”—just with less poetry and less intervention.

Here’s an offering, based on Hocus Pocus’s most recent (but not that recent) post:

"Interpretive typing" treatment of a quotation by Somerset Maugham from his introduction to the book 'Tellers of Tales' (1939).

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