from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A typewritten copy, as of a manuscript.
- n. Typewritten matter.
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- n. typewritten material, especially such a copy of a manuscript
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- n. typewritten matter especially a typewritten copy of a manuscript
"Die Hölle" typescript is clearly a preliminary stage of the
A sixteen-page reference list in typescript of bills introduced, bills discussed, and special speeches delivered by La Fontaine, prepared by the Services d'étude et de documentation du sénat de Belgique.
A nine-page list in typescript, prepared by the Services d'étude et de documentation du sénat de Belgique.
A two-page list in typescript of courses taught and lectures delivered as professor of international law from 1898 to 1940.
Also accompanying the typescript is a small rectangular piece of paper upon which Leinster has evidently typed an advertisement blurb.
The proposed title ‘Memory Harbour’ is not used in the manuscript or in the corrected complete typescript, which is titled with a singular form, A Reverie over Childhood and Youth, from which Reveries Cuala 1916 was set.
Personal diaries may rarely contain footnotes, but Orwell's do not suggest that the typescript was anything other than a personal diary to be used as raw material for a later book.
It was impossible to read anything private there, and my life was very much supervised from dawn to bedtime; and the only place I could think of where I could concentrate uninterruptedly on the typescript was the bathroom.
Oh, the last thing I did yesterday, work-wise, was print out a fresh "typescript" (I loathe the phrase "hard copy") of the book, because the original is so marked up in red it has become impossible to read many pages.
Precisely where the typescript of The Pursued had been until 2002 is unknown.