The Ticket That Exploded - let them see us and silence to say goodbye Summary & Analysis

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let them see us and silence to say goodbye Summary

In "let them see us," the reader is told that a recording played back with thirty-five frames per second causes many of the frames to enter the brain subliminally, so that many of the images are subliminal in nature, and go directly into the viewer's unconscious, rewriting it directly. The symbols of American culture are reviewed briefly.

In "silence to say goodbye," the actors onstage bid farewell to the viewers. John takes Billy and sits him in front of the boxes of recorders, asking him to read from his novel. He wants them to be able to listen to it at the same time ten years from now. They perform the tape-splicing procedure with the words read. John takes an hour to rearrange them, and Bill reads...

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