It is transparent, as I said before; and being laid upon the printed page
, I have sometimes pleased myself with fancying it exerted a magnifying influence.
Venice" stares at me from the printed page
, and I remember the cafe tables on the sidewalks.
The mere sight of the printed page
, broken up in dialogue, was anguish.
The effect was to drive all he knew out of Philip's head, and he looked at the printed page
To him, the trail of the raiders would be as plain as the printed page
of an open book to her.
I had learned nothing but theories of life and society that looked all very well on the printed page
, but now I had seen life itself.
Of course when one of these grand mountain ranges goes stretching across the printed page
, it adorns and ennobles that literary landscape--but at the same time it is a great distress to the new student, for it blocks up his way; he cannot crawl under it, or climb over it, or tunnel through it.
The thought had the same sort of physical discomfort as is caused by a film of mist always coming between the eyes and the printed page
But when his door finally closed behind Anne and Leslie they knew that he went straight to it, and as they walked home they pictured the delight of the old man poring over the printed pages
wherein his own life was portrayed with all the charm and color of reality itself.
He was in the books himself, adventuring through the printed pages
of bound volumes.
By much labor and through the medium of infinite patience as well, he had, without assistance, discovered the purpose of the little bugs which ran riot upon the printed pages
Among the younger group there was no difference in reading time or brain activity between the three devices, but older participants spent more time and effort when reading from the printed page
There are also a number of inventive staging strategies designed to transport a literary text from the printed page
to the classroom stage.
But since words on the printed page
do matter: Quraysh, thank you.
Bernard Bauchet's story of the rehabilitation of the Brazil Pavilion in Paris combines social, technical and aesthetic issues in a fascinating study, while Remi Papillaut's paper on Le Corbusier's founding philosophy and the attempted synthesis of 'Abstraction against nature', 'matter versus abstraction' and 'modulor and raw concrete' carries more weight than a study of the printed page