[T. S. Eliot and the caption writers of "Time" magazine]
Tuesday, September 29, 1953
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Seldes considers the way things are said and done. He specifically discusses a quotation of T. S. Elliot and captions of photos in Time magazine and how they influence how one views the photograph. He gives several specific example of how captions are used to mislead the audience.
He moves on to discuss how American men assert their independence.
Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection
WNYC archives id: 70333
Municipal archives id: LT3636