each page a fragment of the whole

A book is an enclosed space, never revealing itself completely. One can only ever have one page open and this way is always 'inside' a book. A book can be a strict narrative — a line of thought with a beginning and an end — but just as often is a cosmos of things floating inside it, each page a fragment of the whole. 
Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda: The Infinite Library: an 'expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew.'

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1 + 2: Wilhelm Behn: Von grossen und kleinen Tieren. Westermann Verlag, Braunschweig. 1961.

3 + 4: Ludwig Zukowsky: Mit Lasso, Falle und Netz. Neumann Verlag, Radebeul. 1958.
Erich Wustmann: 1000 Meilen im Rentierschlitten. Neumann Verlag, Berlin. 1953.

5: Konrad Onasch: Ikonen Teil 1 - 6. Union Verlag, Berlin. 1969 - 1974.

6: Dr. Walter Kross: Praxis der Farbenfotografie. Verlag Wilhelm Knapp, Halle. 1951.

Discovered via broadcast poulet.