JENNIFER SCHUESSLER, THE NEW YORK TIMES:
"Curious strollers in early-16th-century Venice might have paused by the shop of the great printer Aldus Manutius only to be scared off by a stern warning posted over the door.
“'Whoever you are, Aldus asks you again and again what it is you want from him,' it read. 'State your business briefly, and then immediately go away.'
"To state the current business at hand briefly, Aldus is the subject of a new exhibition commemorating the 500th anniversary of his death — and the birth of reading as we know it."
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