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broadside

A separately published piece of paper, usually printed on one side and intended to be read unfolded, which is posted, publicly distributed or sold—e.g., proclamations, handbills, newsheets.
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In this case, I suspect it goes back specifically to the new historicism of Bruce Smith, whose contention it is that the broadside ballad was 'more than a genre or print medium but rather a complete system of communication' (p.
I believe the best bow shot to take on a deer is directly broadside.
The broadside was like the radio or internet of its time," David Houston, director of curatorial at Crystal Bridges, said.
The response Beausoleil received was immediate and overwhelming, with over forty letterpress printers responding with powerful and evocative broadsides based on their responses to the bombing or incorporating poems written about the war or the Al-Mutanabbi bombing itself.
Perhaps sensing what Perloff later observes about the materiality lacking in free verse poetry of the fifties and sixties, Baskin's broadside printing adds textured, physical interest to poetry during that period.
Seidman begins his eight-chapter volume with key definitions of broadsides (crude, limited-run prints printed on one side of a sheet of paper), banners, and posters.
The broadside ballad constitutes one of the oldest forms of popular culture in Europe and America.
The document is one of about six known existing broadside copies of the Declaration that were printed in Boston about a week after the July 4, 1776, signing in Philadelphia.
March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Bombers Broadside 2007: An Annual Guide to New York Yankees Baseball is an informative and in-depth guide to the upcoming season and with 112 pages of thorough Yankees analysis-and full- color, high quality photography-it is unlike anything else available anywhere.
I would like to make specific reference to your article "The Powers Behind Black Books" and ask a self-serving question: Why was Broadside Press not included or mentioned?
Authorities said Bentancourt, driving a Jeep Liberty, ran a red light and her vehicle was hit broadside by the minivan.
A rare printed copy of the news-sheet, known as a broadside and published in Dundee around 1880, is now kept at the National Library of Scotland.