Being left-handed with a soft spot for the underdog, I have a special affinity for Verso, the lesser half of Recto (see TMA #321). Verso is the left side, the wrong side, the other side of the sheet. It is the second-class citizen, relegated to the dark side where the sun never shines; the perennial Other, the scapegoat upon which are projected all the ills that the right side cannot acknowledge.
Verso is also aptly-named imprint of New Left Books.
And it is the page to which I frequently turn first when
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