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McLuhan Marshall 1911 1980
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10.00
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The Owl at the Bridge /Biblio
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N.Y., McGraw-Hill [1966]. . Soft Cover. xiii, 364 p.; 18 cm. Addresses two questions: what are communications and how do communications affect mankind." Stock #29,689. VG/ wrappers. Linguistics, social history, philosophy. N.Y., McGraw-Hill [1966]. [US]
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McLuhan Marshall Kermode Frank
USD
40.00
Clayton Fine Books /Biblio
Near fine in original wrappers with wear along the spine.. First Edition. Fine. [US]
McLuhan, Marshall) Kermode, Frank
USD
40.00
Clayton Fine Books /Abebooks
Softcover First Edition Near fine in original wrappers with wear along the spine.
[Shepherdstown, WV, U.S.A.]
McLuhan Marshall
USD
2500.00
Derringer Books /ABAA
No Place: National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Date: 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Subtitled "A Report To The United States Office Of Education From The National Association of Educational Broadcasters". Document produced by McLuhan as a result of a grant from the National Defense Education Act. Its purpose was to develop a syllabus for 11th graders in media awareness and the basic laws concerning sensory effects of various media. Not surprisingly the document was too advanced for high school students, but it served as a springboard for many of McLuhan's greatest themes which were published in The Gutenberg Galaxy and Understanding Media later in the decade. This document, well over two hundred pages in length, has been bound in a contemporary binding. A few inked margin notes in an unknown hand, else a fine copy. Scarce and important publication in the history of media studies. 1960. National Association of Educational Broadcasters US
McLuhan Marshall
USD
2500.00
Derringer Books /Biblio
No Place: National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Date: 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Subtitled "A Report To The United States Office Of Education From The National Association of Educational Broadcasters". Document produced by McLuhan as a result of a grant from the National Defense Education Act. Its purpose was to develop a syllabus for 11th graders in media awareness and the basic laws concerning sensory effects of various media. Not surprisingly the document was too advanced for high school students, but it served as a springboard for many of McLuhan's greatest themes which were published in The Gutenberg Galaxy and Understanding Media later in the decade. This document, well over two hundred pages in length, has been bound in a contemporary binding. A few inked margin notes in an unknown hand, else a fine copy. Scarce and important publication in the history of media studies. 1960. National Association of Educational Broadcasters [US]
McLuhan, Marshall
USD
2500.00
Derringer Books, Member ABAA /Abebooks
[publisher: National Association of Educational Broadcasters, No Place] Hardcover First Edition Subtitled "A Report To The United States Office Of Education From The National Association of Educational Broadcasters". Document produced by McLuhan as a result of a grant from the National Defense Education Act. Its purpose was to develop a syllabus for 11th graders in media awareness and the basic laws concerning sensory effects of various media. Not surprisingly the document was too advanced for high school students, but it served as a springboard for many of McLuhan's greatest themes which were published in The Gutenberg Galaxy and Understanding Media later in the decade. This document, well over two hundred pages in length, has been bound in a contemporary binding. A few inked margin notes in an unknown hand, else a fine copy. Scarce and important publication in the history of media studies.
[Avon, CT, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1960]
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