2 edition of press and the radio. found in the catalog.
press and the radio.
Cafe, JoaМѓo Pres. Brazil
|Statement||[Address delivered on November 30, 1954]|
|Series||Serviço de Documentação do D. A. S. P. Seção de Publicações. Publicação avulsa,, no. 460|
|LC Classifications||PN5024 .C313|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||60017113|
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Radio, Radio, Ben Doyle’s first collection, is a book about gaps: between the transmitter and the desired, unimaginable receiver; between the prehistoric insect world and our fast-food, hot-wired culture; between words and what they just might meet us in the interstices between the moment just gone and the next one, with little agenda but to thrill, refresh, discomfit, and warn.
In the title poem, the radio is a portal from the outside world, piping “explosive news” of the Northern Irish Troubles into the poet’s childhood home, her mother constantly turning to “field the blow” from her children’s ears.
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At the dawn of the radio age in the s, a settler-mystic living on northwest coast of British Columbia invented radio mind: Frederick Du Vernet—Anglican archbishop and self-declared scientist—announced a psychic channel by which minds could telepathically communicate across distance.
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