And if you were to say to the iron lung pushed through the streets you are more important than Ulysses. And if you were to say passer-by, cinema of lush flowers where you slept like Proust. The sky a perfect rectangle with a star nailed ...
Author: Thomas Heise
Publisher: Sarabande Books
The Health and Medicine collection has the first electro-hydraulic heart to be implanted in a human, an early CT scanner, a 1931 iron lung, and one of Roentgen's early X-ray tubes. In the Industry and Manufacturing collection there's a ...
Author: John Graham-Cumming
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Category: Technology & Engineering
Wilt thou join thy playful breathing To the Whirl - wind's iron lung ? Wilt thou fan the Fire - snake , wreathing ... Doth their turmoil or their quiet Draw thee as the lamp the moth , Nothing loth ? What hast thou of slavish trouble ?
Author: Richard Edwin Day
The result was the creation of two information feedback machines, called 'the moth' and 'the bedbug', ... (154, 167-174) A proposed prosthesis project that Wiener described in The Human Use of Human Beings (1954, 174) was an iron lung ...
Author: John Weckert
... Moth, born Deidre Wood somewhere out West, but Lucy can't remember exactly where, what state, that is, except that little Deidre had polio and spent time in an iron lung many years before she “named the shadow” and became Moth.
Author: Siri Hustvedt
Publisher: Hachette UK
Learning to read became his emancipation. Soon after the reading, Joy moved back to London. Tragedy struck the family when the dreaded polio virus invaded their home. Joy's sister was hospitalized, confined to an iron lung.
Author: Willy Nywening
iron lung see under iron . [ OE lungen ] ( Ety as for lunar ) lunge ' lunj , n a sudden thrust as in fencing ; a forward lunar loð'nər , adj belonging to the moon ; measured by the plunge ; in gymnastics , a rapid movement forwards or ...
Author: Allied Chambers
Publisher: Allied Publishers