For your next post, please read John Cheever's story "The Enormous Radio" and discuss it in terms of John Durham Peters' essay "The Public Voice of Radio" (CIH, pp. 190-193). How, specifically does the story articulate the mixed feelings about the technology of radio that Peters describes? What does it suggest about the hopes, fears, anxieties, etc. associated with this magical device which make "electromagnetic signals radiate "to whom it may concern"?
Also: The Link For Maj Ragain's radio poem "Lament for Stella Gibson" is here.