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That thou may

Jack Elliott’s yellow business card and Gavin Shaw’s simple but effective ‘Super 8’ membership ticket were two small jobs printed in the Bibliography Room. However, most of the printing continued to be done by English students, who were either interested in gaining more skills at setting type, or fulfilling assignment requirements in the Bibliography course. As can be seen from W. H. Auden’s ‘The Three Companions’, errors can easily be made when setting type.

St John of the Cross, ‘That thou mayest have pleasure’, printed by the English class of 1970