How did our world get so noisy? Where did silence go? Speaking with Paul Holdengräber, George Prochnik describes his quest to dissect and defy the cacophony.
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“In Pursuit of Silence: Listening for Meaning in a World of Noise” by George Prochnik
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GEORGE PROCHNIK is the author of “Putnam Camp: Sigmund Freud, James Jackson Putnam & The Purpose of American Psychology” and “In Pursuit of Silence: Listening for Meaning in a World of Noise.”
PAUL HOLDENGRÄBER is the Director of Public Programs - known as LIVE from the NYPL - for The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library. This conversation occurred on April 9, 2010.