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Tables of Contents for Counterpunch
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface & acknowledgements
9
4
Fundamental factors
13
30
1 Why this book?
13
3
2 Terminology
16
3
3 The three ways of making letters
19
5
4 Type: a game of black and white
24
9
5 Comparing typefaces
33
10
Punchcutting in its contexts
43
32
6 Letters and the Italian intellect
43
12
7 The place of the punch in type production
55
1
8 The punchcutter and the historians
56
3
9 Where does the punchcutter come from?
59
4
10 The rise and fall of the punchcutter
63
12
Punchcutting in the sixteenth century
75
68
11 Punching and digging
75
8
12 The delights of steel
83
4
13 Fournier on punchcutting
87
28
14 How did they really do it?
115
6
15 Fixing the image
121
2
16 Sequence of design and production
123
1
17 One punch a day?
124
2
18 Where are the counterpunches?
126
2
19 Hendrik van den Keere and outlines
128
5
20 Linearity
133
10
Punchcutting and the working of type
143
16
21 Does technique influence form?
143
7
22 The unconscious eye
150
9
To the future
159
25
23 Punchcutting in the digital age
159
6
24 Type design and language
165
5
25 The limits of roman
170
5
26 Openings and changes
175
9
Hendrik van den Keere
184
1
Renard
185
1
Literature
186
2
Illustration sources
188
2
Index
190