Liz West

Once upon a time, homework consisted of memorization, copying, and repetitive drill. Every educated person learned not only to write legibly but also to read aloud, since they were often called upon to read letters and other materials to their less educated friends and family members. Ink was used for formal work, and blotters were commonplace, even after dip pens gave way to foundtain pens. I still have some of my childhood blotters.

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