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Hello. I’m not sure if this is something that has been asked before. If so, please point me toward the direction to look. I am still searching the forum, but I have not yet located a thread addressing this particular issue.
To provide some context, I am a student who works for a university’s literary journal. I have no formal education in design (outside of a few illustration classes), so I have pretty much been learning typesetting by trial and error. Therefore, I have what might be a bit of a silly question to all you type professionals out there. Yet, it is a layout problem with which I have been struggling.
Would anyone by any chance be able to identify the typeface used in the attached sample, taken from Joseph Macleod, "The Ecliptic" (Faber and Faber, 1930)? I have a hunch it might be a brand of Baskerville? Apologies that the resolution is not fantastic - I'm working from a pdf.
Many thanks for your time,
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