Joans eyes widened and she opened her mouth to speak, but the proofreader grabbed her elbow.
Is that not the business of the author, the editor, and the proofreader?
W R fired three copyboys and a proofreader he was so mad at himself.
The proofreader on a paper of large circulation is an example.
Joan wanted him to be careful how he worded his conversation to Dummy, lest the proofreader guess himself to be under suspicion.
Any questions which then arise lie between the author and the proofreader.
If any questions are to be raised they should be discussed by the proofreader with the author.
And it could not have been a proofreader; for, if there was any proof-reader, he was the most careless one that ever lived.
A complete list of proofreader's signs can be found in the back of any large dictionary.
The technical phases of the proofreader's work; reading, marking, revising, etc.; methods of handling proofs and copy.