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“The Boston Photographs” - Essays & Papers
I am certain, as it becomes increasingly obvious, that we were deliberately lied to in order to justify a war with Iraq, there will be no general sense of betrayal because we no longer understand the relationship between cause and effect.
The virtual reality created by television is expressed through predominately photographic means, our culture's most dominant way of expressing "reality".
Censorship in Nora Ephron’s The Boston Photographs …
For those who control the narrative of American life, illustration is now too idiosyncratic, harder to control and are less reassuring than the photographic imagery we have all grown up with.
the boston photographs nora ephron essay summary
Consisting of clippings, photographs and scrapbooks compiled by Boston music critic and Boston Symphony Orchestra program annotator, Philip Hale (1854-1934), the collection includes biographical materials, obituary notices, reviews, essays and short articles collected or written by Hale on musical subjects. Photographs, taken between 1853-1931, are primarily of opera singers and musicians. The scrapbook volumes of Hale's own Musical and Dramatic Criticism (1887-1933) are available on microfilm in the Music Department.