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19th century ablation abstract acoustic space America anti-environments art form artists attitude audience auditory awareness became become BLAST book culture central nervous system century classroom collective unconscious communication Communist Manifesto consciousness created dictation Dylan Thomas effect electric electronic age Eliot English equitone experience FINNEGANS WAKE goals Greek alphabet Gutenberg Hill Hill Hill human inclusive James Joyce Joyce landscape language learning literary lives manuscript Manuscript culture means mechanization medium ment modes movable type movie natural neolithic ness never remember newspaper non-literate obsolete oral organs outering painter painting past perception phonetic writing photography poetry poets politics pre-literate present prose radio reader revolution role sense shifted sight simultaneous single social society sound speech styles symbolist T. S. Eliot technological culture telegraph thought tion Today tradition translation tribal typewriter verbal vernacular visual space Western wheel words written Wyndham Lewis