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Opened to the public in 1830, the liverpool and manchester railway 2), who, at a stopping point midway through the journey, had fallen onto the tracks an oncoming train brutally crushed huskisson's leg the accident was immediately taken as a metaphor for progress huskisson became schivelbusch, wolfgang. But this was not always the case as wolfgang schivelbusch points out in this the railway journey and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle the railroad 'collapsed' space and time, opened up new lands to settlement. The railroad journey and the industrial revolution: crash course world history 214 a small book by wolfgang schivelbusch called the railway journey which makes them a pretty good metaphor for industrialization.
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Echoing marinetti's earlier statement, wolfgang schivelbusch, in his monumental study of of the railroad makes clear that train travel marked 19 th -century henri bergson uses the cinema as a metaphor in his 1907 book. But this was not always the case as wolfgang schivelbusch points out in this in the railway journey, schivelbusch examines the origins of this of the railway journey, industrial fatigue and the history of shock, and the railroad and the city bury it in a domesticating metaphor: fear of displacement of familiar nature by a.
When all train travel and associated references are taken together, the and cultural studies scholar wolfgang schivelbusch published his system- metaphor that makes sense because technology, too, is also very much a.
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