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Publishing operations in the atomic age

For PAX publisher's 3 anniversary.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

02.09.1967

It is a known matter, that literature cannot feed her husband. You do not get very rich from writing books, which is probably not why you write them.

Yet it turns out that literature – even if it can not feed its husband, that is: its originator – is able to feed a surprising number of others. The huge masses of printed paper floating over our already pre-sufficiently troubled world, all these masses, these megatons of paper, put almost unimaginable masses of money into circulation. These amounts are started by a single person devoting between maybe 2 years or 4 months of their life to writing a book. In the larger language communities, such as the English, is circulation. . .

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Jens Bjørneboe
Author. Wrote in Ny Tids predecessor Orientering.

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