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" ... are great shocks of yellow hair; fields of alfalfa, long green tresses; the towns, the steeples, and the trees perform a crazy mingling dance on the horizon; from time to time, a shadow, a shape, a spectre appears and disappears with lightning speed... "
Inside the Politics of Technology: Agency and Normativity in the Co ... - Pagina 149
geredigeerd door - 2005 - 308 pagina’s
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The Railway Journey: The Industrialization of Time and Space in the 19th Century

Wolfgang Schivelbusch - 1986 - 203 pagina’s
...streaks, of red or white; there are no longer any points, everything becomes a streak; the grainfields are great shocks of yellow hair; fields of alfalfa,...the horizon; from time to time, a shadow, a shape, a spectre appears and disappears with 9. Ruskin, vol. 36, p. 62; this is essentially echoed by a French...
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The Nineteenth-century Visual Culture Reader

Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski - 2004 - 405 pagina’s
...streaks, of red or white; there are no longer any points, everything becomes a streak; the grainfields are great shocks of yellow hair; fields of alfalfa,...the horizon; from time to time, a shadow, a shape, a spectre appears and disappears with lightning speed behind the window: it's a railway guard." (Quoted...
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Eternally Yours: Time in Design : Product Value Sustenance

Ed van Hinte - 2004 - 457 pagina’s
...white. There are no longer any points. Everything becomes a streak. The grain fields are great chalks of yellow hair, fields of alfalfa long green tresses,...the horizon. From time to time a shadow, a shape, a spectre appears and disappears with lightning speed behind the window. It is a railway guard.' You...
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The Nineteenth-century Visual Culture Reader

Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski - 2004 - 405 pagina’s
...no longer any points, everything becomes a streak; the grainficlds arc great shocks of yellowhair; fields of alfalfa, long green tresses; the towns,...the horizon; from time to time, a shadow, a shape, a spectre appears and disappears with lightning speed behind the window: it's a railway guard." (Quoted...
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Mobilities

John Urry - 2007 - 335 pagina’s
...window providing a swiftly changing series of panoramic impressions. Victor Hugo wrote in 1837 as to how 'the towns, the steeples, and the trees perform a crazy mingling dance on the horizon' (quoted Schivelbusch 1986: 55; see Larsen 2001, on the 'tourist glance'). More generally people's identities...
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