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Typing for everyone / by Levine, Nathan(SAGE)1701833; Lindsell-Roberts, Sheryl(SAGE)1731549;
Subjects: Typewriting;
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Touch typing Made Simple / by Marks, Lillian S.(SAGE)1772611;
Subjects: Typewriting;
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Typewriter. by Hetherington, Paul.(DLC)1757881;
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Subjects: Electronic books.;
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College keyboarding/typewriting : complete course / by Duncan, C. H.(Charles Howard),1924-(SAGE)1643140; VanHuss, Susie H.(SAGE)1684469; Warner, S. ElVon(SAGE)1860928; O'Neil, Sharon Lund(SAGE)1825294;
Subjects: Typewriting; Keyboarding;
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Typewriter Art [electronic resource] : A Modern Anthology by Tullett, Barrie.;
INTRODUCTION Faster than writing with a pen; 01 THE PIONEERS Words as image; 02 THE GOLDEN AGE Structure = Content; keitharmstrong; Andrew Belsey; 03 THE BOOK Best lookers rather than best sellers; 04 CONTEMPORARY WORKS Between poetry and painting; Dirk Krecker; Keira Rathbone; Allyson Strafella; Stephanie Strange; Notes; INTERVIEWS; Index; Picture credits; AcknowledgementsThe first typewriter artist to find fame was Flora F. F. Stacey, with her butterfly drawing of 1898; but since the very beginning of the typewriter's existence, artists, designers, poets, and writers have used this rigorous medium to produce an astounding range of creative work.This beautiful book brings together some of the best examples by typewriter artists around the world. As well as key historical work from the Bauhaus, H. N. Werkman, and the concrete poets, there is art by contemporary practitioners, both typewriter artists who use the keyboard as a ""palette"" to create artworks, and a
Subjects: Electronic books.; Typewriter art.;
© 2014., Laurence King Publishing,
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The Typewriter's Tale. by Heyns, Michiel(DLC)1874430;
Cover -- Description -- Dedication -- Title page -- Opening quotes -- 1. 8 November 1907 -- 2. 1906 -- 3. 8 November 1907 -- 4. 9 November 1907 -- 5. 9 November 1907 -- 6. 10 November 1907 -- 7. 10 and 11 November 1907 -- 8. 11 November 1907 -- 9. 12 November 1907 -- 10. Winter-Spring 1907-1908 -- 11. April-May 1908 -- 12. May 1908 -- 13. August 1908 -- 14. 10 August 1908 -- 15. August-September-October 1908 -- 16. October-November 1908 -- 17. Winter-Spring 1908-1909 -- 18. June 1909 -- 19. 12 JULY 1909 -- 20. 13-15 July 1909 -- 21. 18 July 1909 -- 22. 19 July 1909 -- 23. July 1909 -- Author's note -- Copyright page.Combining fact with fiction, novelist Michiel Heyns recreates the society around the celebrated author Henry James, as seen through the cool gaze of his typist, Frieda Wroth. Admiring of the great author, she nevertheless feels marginalised and under-valued, a mere typewriter. But when the dashing Morton Fullerton comes to visit, she finds herself at the centre of an intrigue every bit as engrossing as the novels she types every day, bringing her into conflict with the flamboyant Edith Wharton, and compromising her loyalty to her employer. Frieda tries to obey James' dictum: 'Live all you can; it's a mistake not to.' But living, she finds, exacts a price: it takes place at the expense of other lives. Michiel Heyns is one of South Africa's most acclaimed authors, and was until recently Professor of English at the University of Stellenbosch. He is the author of The Typewriter's Tale, The Children's Day, Bodies Politic and Lost Ground. Combining fact with fiction, novelist Michiel Heyns recreates the society around the celebrated author Henry James, as seen through the cool gaze of his typist, Frieda Wroth. Admiring of the great author, she nevertheless feels marginalised and under-valued, a mere typewriter. But when the dashing Morton Fullerton comes to visit, she finds herself at the centre of an intrigue every bit as engrossing as the novels she types every day, bringing her into conflict with the flamboyant Edith Wharton, and compromising her loyalty to her employer. Frieda tries to obey James' dictum: 'Live all you can; it's a mistake not to.' But living, she finds, exacts a price: it takes place at the expense of other lives. Michiel Heyns is one of South Africa's most acclaimed authors, and was until recently Professor of English at the University of Stellenbosch. He is the author of The Typewriter's Tale, The Children's Day, BodiesPolitic and Lost Ground.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Beyond the typewriter : gender, class, and the origins of modern American office work, 1900-1930 / by Strom, Sharon Hartman(SAGE)1668885;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Office practice; Secretaries; Women; Sexual division of labor; Office politics;
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Audio-Typing and Electric Typewriters : A Manual for Teachers and Students. by Kinsey, T. L.; Swift, Moira.;
Front Cover -- Audio-Typing and Electric Typewriters: A Manual for Teachers and Students -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- PREFACE -- FOREWORD -- CHAPTER I. PREJUDICES -- CHAPTER II. THE CASE FOR AUDIO-TYPING -- CHAPTER III. TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF AUDIO-TYPING -- CHAPTER IV. ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS -- CHAPTER V. TEACHING PROBLEMS AND TECHNIQUES -- Accommodation -- Equipment -- Preparation -- Syllabus for Training of Audio-typists -- Audio-typewriting Progress and Record Sheet -- CHAPTER VI. DICTATING PROCEDURE -- Instructions by the Dictator to the Audio-typist -- Dictating Hints -- CHAPTER VII. GRADED DICTATION MATERIAL.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Dictating machines.;
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Ingmar Bergman's The Silence : Pictures in the Typewriter, Writings on the Screen. by Koskinen, Maaret.;
Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part One. Backdrops and Context -- 1. National Cinema, Art Film, and the Auteur -- 2. Censorship Issues: Sex, Women, and Hollywood -- Part Two. Works in Progress: Intermedial Variations -- 3. In the Beginning Was (the Fear of) the Word: Notebooks -- 4. In Between Words and Images: Manuscripts and Screenplays -- Part Three. The Finished Film -- 5. Framing the Senses -- Conclusion -- Production Notes -- Filmography -- Transcript of the U.S. Trailer for The Silence -- Notes -- Bibliography.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Bergman, Ingmar, -- 1918-2007 -- Criticism and interpretation.; Motion pictures -- History.; Tystnaden (Motion picture).;
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Mindset Lists of American History [electronic resource] : From Typewriters to Text Messages, What Ten Generations of Americans Think Is Normal by McBride, Tom.; Nief, Ron.;
The Mindset Lists of AMERICAN HISTORY; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction Generations Have Always Had Mindsets; Class of 1898 Women Have Always Ridden Bicycles; Class of 1918 Rum Has Always Been Demonic; Class of 1931 They've Always Been Spoiled by Zippers; Class of 1944 The Shadow Has Always Known; Class of 1957 Fluoride Has Always Been Controversial; Class of 1970 Magazines Have Always Been Mad; Class of 1983 There Has Always Been the Grateful Dead; Class of 1996 Michelangelo Has Always Been a Turtle; Class of 2009 They've Never Dialed a TelephoneClass of 2026 They've Never Needed a Key for AnythingConclusion We Have Always Bent-But Have Never Been Broken<b>Snapshots of the U.S.'s last nine generations-from the creators of the Mindset List media sensation</b> Just as high school graduates in 1957 couldn't imagine life without zippers, those of 2009 can't imagine having to enter phone booths and deposit coins in order to call someone from the street corner. Every August, the Mindset List highlights the cultural touchstones that have shaped the lives of that year's incoming college class. Now this fascinating book extends the Mindset List approach to dramatize what it was like to grow up for every American generation since 1880, showcasing the
Subjects: Electronic books.; HISTORY / United States / 20th Century.; United States - Civilization - 20th century.; United States - Civilization - 21st century.; United States - Social life and customs - 20th century.; United States - Social life and customs - 21st century.; United States --Civilization --20th century --Miscellanea.; United States --Civilization --21st century --Miscellanea.; United States --Social life and customs --20th century --Miscellanea.;
© 2011., Wiley,
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