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Author: Susan Wheeler
Publisher: Cambridge, UK : Salt, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Source Codes is a collection about how we represent the world to ourselves and to each other in an era when the images and words we receive are often generated and received without being marked by  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Wheeler
ISBN: 1876857064 9781876857066
OCLC Number: 46432813
Notes: Poems.
Awards: Winner of Witter Bynner Prize for Poetry 2002.
Description: xi, 107 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1 Cf. Romanticism to the present re: "self." 1 --
2 Rite Two: confession 2 --
3 Cinquains, class assignment, October 1999 4 --
4 Girl, New York Times Sunday Magazine, editorial spread, 2000 6 --
5 Robert Frost, "Provide, Provide." 7 --
6 Singer, unknown 8 --
7 Odium sine litter is mors est. --
Cicero 9 --
8 Girl, The Economist. The Hague: the House in the Wood --
the hall 10 --
9 Capilla del Rosario, Puebla Pue. Couple, The Economist 11 --
10 Text: Robert Burton, Anatomy of Melancholy 12 --
11 Three figures, Times Literary Supplement 14 --
12 John Kelly as Joni Mitchell, Westbeth Theater, 1996 15 --
13 Character study, Record Palace, Wheeler 18 --
14 American advertising design, c. 1963-68. Grace Louise Skeen, instructor, and Ray Barton Wheeler, student, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), 1947-53 19 --
15 Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Stratford-on-Avon. Soldier, BBC Focus on Africa 21 --
16 Barry Lyndon by Stanley Kubrick; King Lear and Weekend by Jean-Luc Godard; L'Argent by Robert Bresson; Shadows and Woman Under the Influence by John Cassavetes; The Pumpkin Eater by Jack Clayton; California Split by Robert Altman 22 --
17 Sports fan, BBC Focus on Africa 24 --
18 Swordfish, photo by Frank Jo Raymond, [Copyright] Book & Tackle Shop. Figure, Times Literary Supplement 25 --
19 "Benny the Beaver," 78-rpm children's recording, c. 1950-60 26 --
20 Nature 28 --
21 Fragment, Brodheim, Remarkable Women 29 --
22 Queen Latifah 30 --
23 Grandfather's clock, Paper House, Pigeon Cove, Mass. Girl on three-legged chair, The Economist 32 --
24 "Millennium" chain poem, editors of Verse magazine, 1999 33 --
25 Unknown 34 --
26 United flight #862, San Francisco --
New York 35 --
27 Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River 37 --
28 Bill Viola, Hatsu Yume (First Dream), 1981 38 --
29 Three figures, The Economist 40 --
30 Commissioned epithalamium for French New Yorkers 41 --
31 Bois de Boulogne, Parc de Bagatelle, Edition artistique, C.M., Paris 42 --
32 "Guest + Host = Ghost," collage, Marcel Duchamp 43 --
33 Sugar & molasses landing, front of Sugar Exchange, New Orleans, La 44 --
34 Stutter 45 --
35 Cannonball tree. Figure, The Economist 46 --
36 Audio tape recording, Eric O'Briant, c. 1984 47 --
37 Lugano 48 --
38 Memory 49 --
39 Buffle Chigkpen Wingf --
sign, restaurant window, New York City 50 --
40 Wolfram, Walt. "On the Sociolinguistic Significance of Obscure Dialect Structures: The [NPi call NPi V-ing] Construction in African-American Vernacular English," American Speech, Vol. 69, No. 4, pp. 339-360 51 --
41 Figure, The Economist 52 --
42 Cassius Marcellus Clay / Sonny Liston bout, February 25, 1964 53 --
43 Shrine at Glen Mitchell. Figures, The Economist 54 --
44 Champion Spring --
Geyser Park 55 --
45 After portrait studies by Eric Fischl 56 --
46 Still, Valley of the Dolls 64 --
47 Becker's Road, Steeldrucktone, Germany 65 --
48 Roger Cohen, The New York Times, July 9, 1998: "LAGOS, Nigeria, July 8 --
Nigeria's military ruler tried to calm an angry nation tonight, after the sudden death of the opposition leader, Moshood K.O. Abiola, by agreeing to let outside experts to take part in the autopsy." Daniel Day Lewis, actor, Last of the Mohicans and In the Name of the Father. Quincy, NBC series 1976-83. Columbo, NBC series 1989-90 66 --
49 The Hague: the House in the Wood --
the white dining room 67 --
Appendix I. Source drafts, Source Codes 69 --
Appendix II. Source code, courtesy Meg Buzzi and Douglas Pearce 85 --
Appendix III. Source drafts, Bag 'o' Diamonds 99.
Responsibility: Susan Wheeler.

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