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3rd May '18 8:36:25 AM TheIllusiveMonster
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17th Mar '18 9:49:59 PM nombretomado
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* The foreword to Kurt Vonnegut's ''SlaughterhouseFive'' is formatted to resemble a silhouette of a bomb.

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* The foreword to Kurt Vonnegut's ''SlaughterhouseFive'' ''Literature/SlaughterhouseFive'' is formatted to resemble a silhouette of a bomb.
13th Mar '18 5:19:32 PM Xanther
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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zettels_Traum Zettels Traum]], Arno Schmidt's valiant (German-language[[note]]and utterly untranslatable[[/note]]) attempt at imitating the above has much of the same: multiple columns (frequently switching sides), '''very''' idiosyncratic spelling and punctuation throughout, as well as handwritten notes and blacked-out words, sentences or paragraphs (though to be fair, the novel was published as a facsimile version of the original typoscript, which the author never got around to preparing for print).

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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zettels_Traum Zettels Traum]], Arno Schmidt's valiant (German-language[[note]]and utterly untranslatable[[/note]]) (German-language) attempt at imitating the above has much of the same: multiple columns (frequently switching sides), '''very''' idiosyncratic spelling and punctuation throughout, as well as handwritten notes and blacked-out words, sentences or paragraphs (though to be fair, the novel was published as a facsimile version of the original typoscript, which the author never got around to preparing for print).
13th Mar '18 4:53:44 PM Xanther
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** ''Literature/TheFamiliar'' uses different fonts and layouts depending on the character who is the focus of the chapter - and there's plenty of unusual occurrences too, like words falling like raindrops or making up the shape of a clock.

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** ''Literature/TheFamiliar'' uses different fonts and layouts depending on the character who is the focus of the chapter - and there's plenty of unusual occurrences too, like words falling like raindrops or making up the shape raindrops, forests made out of a clock.# symbols or, most notably, animals shaped out of words and phrases describing them.
12th Jan '18 1:10:02 AM MasterN
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10th Nov '17 2:11:53 PM crashkey
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[[folder: Religion]]
* Most versions of Literature/TheTalmud are arranged like this, with each page containing the main text of the Mishnah and Gemara at the center, with numerous commentaries and indices wrapping around them in smaller text sizes.
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25th Aug '17 6:21:55 AM Folamh3
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, tfel-ot-thgir (ni nrestseW skrow), bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
24th Aug '17 6:27:33 PM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skorw nertseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: (skorw nertseW (skrow nretseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
24th Aug '17 6:26:05 PM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), (skorw nertseW ni) tfel-ot-thgir, bottom-to-top, reversed, uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
23rd Aug '17 12:14:28 AM SuddenFrost
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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, upside-down etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@

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[[center: [[superscript:A literary trope]] in which the text is arranged on the page in strange ways, including but not limited to: right-to-left (in Western works), bottom-to-top, reversed, upside-down uʍop-ǝpᴉsdn etc.]] It can also make use of [[color:red:colours]], [[AC:multiple UsefulNotes/{{Fonts}}]] and other @@typographical tricks of this nature.@@
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