Simply Handwriting Analysis
The writing’s on the wall--this new entry in the extremely successful Simply™ series is the best book on the subject of graphology! It explains what handwriting analysis is and why it works and gives a brief history of the art. Then, it delves into every aspect of writing: the way the writing moves across the pa≥ the meaning of the pen, pencil and ink chosen; the slope of the script; the amount of space between words; the size and shape of the individual letters, and signatures. There’s even an examination of writing styles in headed paper, logos, shop signs, and other situations where the lettering has to make a good impression. Samples throughout illustrate every point in fine visual style.
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