Right-to-left language books (such as Japanese (vertical), Arabic, or Hebrew).
The terms recto and verso refer to the text written on the "front" and "back" sides
of a leaf of .....
Dec 8, 2015 ... These two pages together are called a spread. Each section of your book should
start on a right-hand page. The title page is always a ...
The front or face of a single sheet of paper, or the right-hand page of an open
book is called the recto. The back or underside of a single sheet of paper, or the ...
A left-hand page of a book or the reverse side of a leaf, as opposed to the recto. 2
. The back of a coin or ... Also called: reverso the left-hand pages of a book,
bearing the even numbers. Compare recto ... recto - right-hand page. 2. verso -
Half title Page—Sometimes called the Bastard Title. ... A Table of Contents
should start on a right hand page, unless it requires the use of two pages, in
When a the pages of a book are printed on such hand-made paper, gathered and
bound, ... correction, but rather supplies additional information, it is called an
Addenda Slip.) ... FORE-EDGE The right edge of the text block, opposite the
Apr 28, 2009 ... The leaf bearing the title page is commonly called the ?title page? ... The right-
hand page of a book, usually bearing an odd page number. 2.
Jul 29, 2011 ... Word insists on starting any new document on a left hand page in a two page
layout. ... that Chapter 1 of your book always appears on a right hand page. ...
book I co-author - a romantic technothriller called 'A Vested Interest'.
Nov 6, 2009 ... In this article the elements of the book page--running heads, page ... on the page
as the running head if the page is a recto (right-hand page) and ... When they are
placed at the bottom of the page, they are called running feet.
Sep 29, 2009 ... This page and its verso (the back, or left-hand reverse of the page) ... half the
chapters (or parts) will generate a blank right hand page, ... Would the preface be
better called as a post introduction if that ever exist for that matter?