A page is _not_ a unit of text. Very few authors think in terms of pages.
Most think in terms of "documents", "chapters" and/or "sections." The
relationship of those entities to pages is up to the publisher.
> The blind feels what a page is and could be told about it
> like headers and anything else.
But why would a blind person _care_ about a page? Even to sighted readers
a page is often an annoying break in the middle of concpets.
> A browser could have pageing rather than scrolling.
LYNX already does have paging rather than scrolling. In fact, Mosaic and
Netscape also both allow you to page through documents.
> In HTML we can only deal with text on like paper rolls.
> When the paper rolls get long and numerous we realise that
> it would be nicer to have books with pages.
That is where multiple HTML file come in. You can use multiple HTML
files to make a single meta-document.