Below, I've typeset three texts. Each typeset text speaks on a meta-level about the act of typesetting, and I've typeset the texts to reflect different opinions on typography.
First, I re-typeset Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's The New Typography, preparing this text on the copy machine.
Next, I experimentally typeset Herbert Bayer's On Typography twice. The first rendition is typeset regarding Bayer's wishes, and the second is typeset according to Jan Tschichold's design aesthetic.
Lastly, I took part of Karl Gerstner's Designing Programmes and typeset it using *regex* rules, increasing the size of a word according to its letter count.