Right-reading (adj): Having the proper orientation (used in printing)

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“Having books published is very destructive to writing.”
-- Ernest Hemingway

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We are in a fragmenting culture, where our certainties of even a few decades ago are questioned and where it is common for young men and women, who have had years of education, to know nothing of the world, to have read nothing, knowing only some speciality or other, for instance, computers. — Doris Lessing

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