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title page

a page at the beginning of a book which states the title and publication information

COMMENT: The title page is always a right-hand page. From the designer\'s point of view, a title page is designed both to attract the reader and at the same time to give some idea of the contents of the book: this must be done using typoraphy alone, although some title pages have illustrations or vignettes. The jacket or cover is designed in order to attract the purchaser to the book in the shop; the title page is designed to make the reader want to read it when he or she opens it



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