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- +  * Telegram from modernism
-Telegram from modernism+
  
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 Never put it past the prose of McLuhan to enact his thesis. As seen here. And in //Mechanical Bride//. Eliot and Joyce send telegrams from the wasteland and the wake - modernist mosaics composed of telegraphic tesserae.   Never put it past the prose of McLuhan to enact his thesis. As seen here. And in //Mechanical Bride//. Eliot and Joyce send telegrams from the wasteland and the wake - modernist mosaics composed of telegraphic tesserae.  
  
-“the telegraph press (i.e., the mosaic of items without connection).” But in FW and WL //everything connects// Every move is motivated. Non-arbitrary. Intent permeates every note. +“the telegraph press (i.e., the mosaic of items without connection).” But in FW and WL //everything connects// Every move is motivated. Non-arbitrary. Intent permeates every note. The works themselves are extensions of semiotic sense.  
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 +How is it that //Time’s// telegraphs share time and space with the master mosaics of modernism? Media co-exist. This is how media co-exist. Succession is not in the cards. Simultaneity is the trope of dialectic
  
  
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