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The first time I read The Poodle-Prince, I found it hard going, but after five or ten pages, I understood why. The problem lay in the typography, which was the same throughout the book, despite changes in the text’s structure and style. #TypographicalPsychology #PoodlePrince #SpanielPrince #Laboulaye

"Typographical psychology" for this new edition of Edouard Laboulaye’s timeless tale: The Poodle-Prince also known as The Spaniel-Prince #TypographicalPsychology #PoodlePrince #SpanielPrince #Laboulaye

Edouard Laboulaye - A nanny is reading The Poodle-Prince #TypographicalPsychology #PoodlePrince #SpanielPrince #Laboulaye

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A prince blessed by the fairies--or not. His wicked fairy godmother gave him... his brain, brawn and looks. His kind fairy godmother responded by... condemning him to be turned into a poodle! This tragicomedy intertwines the fantastic with satire, in a way that could remind us of Lewis Carroll's characters in Alice, or Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost. #TypographicalPsychology #PoodlePrince #SpanielPrince #Laboulaye #poodle #Spaniel