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January 23, 2015


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Love how the "E" and the "x" are combined in Great Expectations! His writing is almost like looks like he wrote pretty quickly.

Looking at authors' handwriting always makes me appreciate keyboards, but it's nice to have that extra insight on their personalities or habits. :)

En mi experiencia, escribir a mano alzada (caligrafía palmer) permite penzar las cosas con visión más amplia y ponderada.

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