An Artist Who Shaped Art of Film

An Artist Who Shaped Art of Film

Longevity is its own kind of miracle with its particular brand of fascination. Thinking of Gish, it is impossible not to think as well of the commonplaces, from radio and television to the ballpoint pen, that came in her lifetime, let alone men on the moon and a space probe escaping the solar system and sailing on into interstellar space.

















































































































































































































































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