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The Resource Ruminations, created and produced by the typography and book arts class under the supervision of Prof. Kitty Maryatt ; scribes: John Wick, Alexandra Talleur, Jane Kassavin, Stephanie Stein, Caroline Anderson, Jeffrey Kang, Megan Pritchett, Theodore Lemann, LeeAnn Allen, Sky Martin, Liz Tyson, Aerienne Russell

Ruminations, created and produced by the typography and book arts class under the supervision of Prof. Kitty Maryatt ; scribes: John Wick, Alexandra Talleur, Jane Kassavin, Stephanie Stein, Caroline Anderson, Jeffrey Kang, Megan Pritchett, Theodore Lemann, LeeAnn Allen, Sky Martin, Liz Tyson, Aerienne Russell

Label
Ruminations
Title
Ruminations
Statement of responsibility
created and produced by the typography and book arts class under the supervision of Prof. Kitty Maryatt ; scribes: John Wick, Alexandra Talleur, Jane Kassavin, Stephanie Stein, Caroline Anderson, Jeffrey Kang, Megan Pritchett, Theodore Lemann, LeeAnn Allen, Sky Martin, Liz Tyson, Aerienne Russell
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Contributor
Author
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UBY
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3552.A6717
LC item number
U53 2011
Literary form
poetry
Label
Ruminations, created and produced by the typography and book arts class under the supervision of Prof. Kitty Maryatt ; scribes: John Wick, Alexandra Talleur, Jane Kassavin, Stephanie Stein, Caroline Anderson, Jeffrey Kang, Megan Pritchett, Theodore Lemann, LeeAnn Allen, Sky Martin, Liz Tyson, Aerienne Russell
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Publication
Note
  • "The pages that follow present a 13th-century Rumi poem, as interpreted by Coleman Barks ... with responses from each student."--Foreword
  • Reproduces Coleman Barks' poem An understanding of the question, based on the poetry of Rumi
  • "Twelve students ... produced this limited edition letterpress book on four Vandercook presses. The visual aspects of the book were inspired by the geometric structures of medieval book imagery. The colors of the linoleum blocks reflect the ... [colors] in medieval miniatures. The Rumi poem, interpreted by Coleman Banks, was set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style and the responses were set in 12 or 14 pt. Centaur and Arrighi. Front and back matter were set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style, and the display letters were set in 18 or 14 pt. Weiss Initials. The Ginga Iridescent Orange bookcloth used for the binding introduces gold which was prevalent in medieval manuscripts. The sheets of Rives BFK paper are folded into signatures which are sewn over Tyvek-reinforced tapes ... Edition of 103 copies."--Colophon
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Dimensions
37 cm
Extent
36 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy: no.19/103. Purchase, Scripps College Press, 2011.
  • Clark Library copy: number 84 in an edition of 103 copies. Gift of Kitty Maryatt, 2016.
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)724120777
  • ucoclc724120777
Label
Ruminations, created and produced by the typography and book arts class under the supervision of Prof. Kitty Maryatt ; scribes: John Wick, Alexandra Talleur, Jane Kassavin, Stephanie Stein, Caroline Anderson, Jeffrey Kang, Megan Pritchett, Theodore Lemann, LeeAnn Allen, Sky Martin, Liz Tyson, Aerienne Russell
Publication
Note
  • "The pages that follow present a 13th-century Rumi poem, as interpreted by Coleman Barks ... with responses from each student."--Foreword
  • Reproduces Coleman Barks' poem An understanding of the question, based on the poetry of Rumi
  • "Twelve students ... produced this limited edition letterpress book on four Vandercook presses. The visual aspects of the book were inspired by the geometric structures of medieval book imagery. The colors of the linoleum blocks reflect the ... [colors] in medieval miniatures. The Rumi poem, interpreted by Coleman Banks, was set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style and the responses were set in 12 or 14 pt. Centaur and Arrighi. Front and back matter were set in 14 pt. Scripps College Old Style, and the display letters were set in 18 or 14 pt. Weiss Initials. The Ginga Iridescent Orange bookcloth used for the binding introduces gold which was prevalent in medieval manuscripts. The sheets of Rives BFK paper are folded into signatures which are sewn over Tyvek-reinforced tapes ... Edition of 103 copies."--Colophon
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Dimensions
37 cm
Extent
36 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy: no.19/103. Purchase, Scripps College Press, 2011.
  • Clark Library copy: number 84 in an edition of 103 copies. Gift of Kitty Maryatt, 2016.
Other physical details
color illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)724120777
  • ucoclc724120777

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