5 edition of Cambodia, a book for people who find television too slow found in the catalog.
Cambodia, a book for people who find television too slow
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.F39 C25 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||88011156|
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"Cambodia: A Book For People Who Find Television Too Slow" is a ferociously brilliant book that challenges its readers to see the world with new eyes, in a new by: Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow. Cambodia: A Book For People Who Find Television too Slow is a book of short stories by Brian Fawcett.
It was first published in (with subsequent US publication: ISBN ). A roll of the die must have determined the publisher's decision to label this bizarre production as fact rather than fiction: 13 short-stories (but are they stories or essays with dabs of fiction?) fill the top two-thirds of each page, straddling a long disquisition on the Khmer Rouge and the decay of Western civilization.
No doubt that analytical essay sits on the bottom because it lays an. Cambodia: a book for people who find television too slow by Fawcett, Brian, Pages: "Cambodia: A Book For People Who Find Television Too Slow is a ferociously brilliant book that challenges its readers to see the world with new eyes, in a new light.
Cambodia: a book for people who find television too slow Canadian writer and cultural analyst Brian Fawcett uses an innovative format to combine fiction and non-fiction in order to convey his ideas on modernity and the changes we have experienced in the 20 th century.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: On the difficulties of crowd control --A small committee --The entrepreneur of God --Universal Chicken --The Hinton body bag --Outside the diamond --Lamps --The Kerrisdale Mission for Destitute Professionals --The Huxley satellite dish --Malcolm Lowry and the Trojan Horse --Starship.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: On the difficulties of crowd control --A small committee --The entrepreneur of God --Universal chicken --The Hinton body bag --Outside the diamond --Lamps --The Kerrisdale mission for destitute professionals --THe Huxley satellite dish --Malcolm Lowry and the Trojan horse --Starship.
A review essay of Brian Fawcett book, Cambodia. Review of Brian Fawcett, Cambodia: A Book who find television too slow Research (PDF Available) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Joseph Galbo. Review: Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow by Brian Fawcett.
(Another Chicago Magazine Num ) A Moon Without a Bicycle. Brian Fawcett's Cambodia is a collection of thirteen deftly humorous and deadly serious essays. He covers popular culture, the psychological character of the media, and the meaning of genocide, most of it American-style.
Talonbooks has published My Career With the Leafs & Other Stories (), The Secret Journal of Alexander MacKenzie (), Capital Tales () and Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow () by Brian Fawcett.
Cambodia A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow by Brian Fawcett available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and : Brian Fawcett. CAMBODIA: A BOOK FOR PEOPLE WHO FIND TELEVISION TOO SLOW is a path to freedom from these old constraints.
It’s a manifesto again Over 30 years ago, Brain Fawcett was already addressing the short-sidedness of literature, its reliance on plot and character and setting and all the other trappings needed to produce the dream of fiction/5.
One of the most thought provoking books of our time. This book will awake the curiosity, not just about Cambodia, but the way we should live in this world. And, especially, how everything is connected, especially media to the way we live.
What happened in Cambodia, unfortunately, did not matter as much as it should have at the time/5. Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow Brian Fawcett, Author Touchstone Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
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Johnson explains how you and your partner can get out of this “dance” of closeness-withdrawal and genuinely connect on a level you did not think Author: Samantha Rodman. This peculiar collection's title essay, set in small type across the bottom third of each page, is a rambling meditation on the U.S.
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