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From the Publisher'In quite a profound, high-modernist way, this succinct but comprehensive book deems its subject worthy of careful scholarly analysis. I applaud and recommend it for taking much of the nonsense out of Mc Luhan' - Topia Journal
'Feted and reviled in his own lifetime, Marshall Mc Luhan has made a dramatic comeback in recent years. Marchessault gives a balanced and carefully considered appraisal of Mc Luhan's contribution to cultural theory, which may be even more pertinent now, in the early twenty-first century, than when he originally formulated it in the 1950s and '60s.'
Jim Mc Guigan, Professor of Cultural Analysis, University of Loughborough