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W. John Cocke works on calligraphy in his dining room. From 1978 to 1999, Cocke used calligraphy to reproduce the first four books of the New Testament and has published his work.
Cocke displays various styles of calligraphy. The art form "is dying out, and people are not writing much by hand anymore. They are doing texting and emailing," says the retired astronomy professor.
Cocke draws lines on calligraphy paper. The art requires focus because big mistakes mean scrapping a whole page. Cocke, a left-hander, must be especially careful.
W. John Cocke devoted decades to exploring the cosmos through equations and cutting-edge telescopes.
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