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Across the Universe: Genre and Truth — 1 Comment

  1. The Sayers’ picture represents a genre apparently influencing Garrison Keillor in his satirical skit “Guy Noir, Private Eye” in his weekly PBS radio program “Prairie Home Companion” from the Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul, Minnesota. His word image paints a picture in the mind more descriptive than the visual graphic. Garrison puts it out there: Some buy it and some don’t.

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