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Quam Artmen Exerceas? and Directions

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"Swigart is a serious, accessible, intelligent...writer who deserves to be more widely known." -- Newsday

Rob Swigart calls Directions "a quasi-sentimental pseudo-scientific hyperpoem." Centered on the periodic table of the elements, Directions combines poetic fragments, visual images, prose narrative, and sound to create a deep, dazzling, and often startling work. (Macintosh only, requires HyperCard)

Quam artem exerceas? "What do you do for a living? "

This was the question posed by Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), the father of occupational medicine. Ramazzini's greatest treatise, De Morbis Artificum Diatriba, is a window onto the daily world of the 18th century, exploring the diseases of glassblowers and scholars, gravediggers and nuns. Ramazzini's work anticipated modern perspectives on ergonomics, hazardous waste, and work safety. (Macintosh and Windows)

Eastgate Quarterly 1(4) Directions & Quam Artmen Exerceas? $24.95

You can always remove it later.

The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext
volume 1 number 4
ISBN 1-884511-19-8
Macintosh and Windows..... $24.95

About the author:
Rob Swigart
Giuliano Franco, MD

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A Life Set For Two by Robert Kendall.

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