Review of Reviews, 5 (1892), 468.
A Voice From the Dead
Group photograph of 'a notable moment in the history of science and literature. The voice of the poet Browning, preserved by the phonograph was being heard after death. It was the first occasion on which science had reproduced the actual voice of a dead man'.
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