The Language of Handwriting and how to Read it: An Easy-to-use Guide to Handwriting Analysis with 70 Tables and 350 Handwriting Samples

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Stephen Daye Press, 1965 - Graphology - 207 pages
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Contents

Introduction
7
Regularity and Irregularity
25
The Relative Size of the Script
46
IV Width and Narrowness
56
Form of Connections
69
fVII Degree of Connectedness
81
Distribution of Spaces Between Words and Lines
87
Direction of Lines
94
Margins
109
B Slow Writing
116
Righttending Movement in Accessory Parts
146
Pastiness and Sharpness
157
The Execution of the Letter Forms
163
Address on Envelopes
178
Bibliography
197
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