A New Plan Of Ye Great Town Of Boston In New England In America With The Many Additionall Buildings & New Streets, To The Year, 1769: A Poetose Notebook / Journal / Diary (100 pages/50 sheets) by Poetose PressA New Plan Of Ye Great Town Of Boston In New England In America With The Many Additionall Buildings & New Streets, To The Year, 1769: A Poetose Notebook / Journal / Diary (100 pages/50 sheets) by Poetose Press

A New Plan Of Ye Great Town Of Boston In New England In America With The Many Additionall Buildings…

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The cover of this beautiful 4" x 6" 100-page notebook of blank pages features a 1779 map plan of Boston, Massachusetts, by William Price (active 1725-1769). Here is some of the theory behind the beauty and potential of a blank page: "A person can get lost trying to find a home in herself—but then you simply begin to go on as one must go on, and maybe you say a little something to yourself every once in a while just to practice being with words, meeting silence, meeting yourself again, and maybe you frequent empty rooms to familiarize yourself with the meaning of space as in a blank page, and yourself in it, and maybe you scribble like this will help you come home to yourself, but eventually you fit things together, and what made no sense finds its way into something plausible by virtue of its sheer existence." Image source: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. 

Title:A New Plan Of Ye Great Town Of Boston In New England In America With The Many Additionall Buildings…Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:102 pages, 6 × 4 × 0.24 inShipping dimensions:6 × 4 × 0.24 inPublished:June 1, 2019Publisher:Poetose PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1945366753

ISBN - 13:9781945366758

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The cover of this beautiful 4" x 6" 100-page notebook of blank pages features a 1779 map plan of Boston, Massachusetts, by William Price (active 1725-1769). Here is some of the theory behind the beauty and potential of a blank page: "A person can get lost trying to find a home in herself—but then you simply begin to go on as one must go on, and maybe you say a little something to yourself every once in a while just to practice being with words, meeting silence, meeting yourself again, and maybe you frequent empty rooms to familiarize yourself with the meaning of space as in a blank page, and yourself in it, and maybe you scribble like this will help you come home to yourself, but eventually you fit things together, and what made no sense finds its way into something plausible by virtue of its sheer existence." Image source: Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division.