In an article called ‘Printers of the Mind’, published in 1969, the bibliographer D.F. McKenzie unraveled certain fundamental assumptions imagined and repeated by scholars who studied the production of books. Central to these mistakes was the idea that printers worked on one book after another, in tidy and separated sequence. Instead, McKenzie proposed a model of concurrent printing.
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