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Wired Love Free download ë 9 ¶ This book published in 1879 mulls what how authentic a romance can be that is mediated over the wire by two telegraph operatorsAn excerpt from the bookBut a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers or Nattie as she was usually abbreviated; a noise that caused her to lay aside her bookand jump up hastily exclaiming wBe the ticking of a clock expressed to Nattie these four mystic letters B m X n;which same four mystic letters interpreted meant that the name or to use the technical word call of the telegraph office over which she was present sole presiding genius was B m and that Bm was wanted by another office on the wire designated as X nA little out of the way country office some fifty miles down the line was X n and as Nattie signaled in reply to the call her readiness to receive any commu. Ella Thayer was a former telegraph operator who carefully followed the adage write what you know for this romantic novel And thus in Wired Love Nattie Rogers is a telegraph operator who strikes up a friendship unseen of course with fellow telegraph operator C I had thought this was a Great Independent Discovery of mine but there are numerous appreciations all over the Internet This makes sense because it's jaw droppingly modern Replace the telegraph lines with an IRC chatroom and this 1880 work would not be out of place set in the 1980s through early 2000s any time between the beginning of the internet revolution and the emergence of cheap digital cameras I'm not sure the book is that great in and of itself but the eerie modernity definitely raises it to a full four stars

Wired LoveBe the ticking of a clock expressed to Nattie these four mystic letters B m X n;which same four mystic letters interpreted meant that the name or to use the technical word call of the telegraph office over which she was present sole presiding genius was B m and that Bm was wanted by another office on the wire designated as X nA little out of the way country office some fifty miles down the line was X n and as Nattie signaled in reply to the call her readiness to receive any commu. Ella Thayer was a former telegraph operator who carefully followed the adage write what you know for this romantic novel And thus in Wired Love Nattie Rogers is a telegraph operator who strikes up a friendship unseen of course with fellow telegraph operator C I had thought this was a Great Independent Discovery of mine but there are numerous appreciations all over the Internet This makes sense because it's jaw droppingly modern Replace the telegraph lines with an IRC chatroom and this 1880 work would not be out of place set in the 1980s through early 2000s any time between the beginning of the internet revolution and the emergence of cheap digital cameras I'm not sure the book is that great in and of itself but the eerie modernity definitely raises it to a full four stars

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Wired Love ✓ This book published in 1879 mulls what how authentic a romance can be that is mediated over the wire by two telegraph operatorsAn excerpt from the bookBut a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers or Nattie as she was usually abbreviated; a noise that caused her to lay aside her bookand jump up hastily exclaiming with a gesture of impatience Somebody always 'calls' me in the middle of every entertaining chapterFor that noise that little clatter like and yet too irregular to. Many stories have been told over the years of couples who meet and correspond without – or before – ever coming face to face ‘Wired Love’ is a particularly lovely example of that type of story and – given that it was published in 1879 – a strikingly modern storyNattie – Miss Nathalie Rogers – was making her own way in the world She was bright she was independent she hoped to become a writer one day; and she had secured a room in a respectable boarding house and employment in the small local telegraph office I lked her from the start and oh how I empathised with her when she had a difficult dayShe was trying to take down a message that was being sent far too uickly for her to transcribe she was being interrupted by a customer asking foolish uestions and then she upsets a bottle of ink all over herself Of course she had to ask “C” – who was sending that message from another telegraph office – to stop and repeat uite a few times “C” lost patience with her but when “N” stood up for herself and explained exactly what she was having to deal with “C” understood The pair went on chatting over the wire – in Morse code – whenever things were uiet in their respective officesThe relationship between “C” and “N” grew beautifully They weren’t really supposed to chat on the wire but the other operators in their circuit were tolerant and curious about what might happen They knew that ”C” was a man and Nattie knew too but he was so easy to talk to she never expected to never meet him in person and so she was maybe a little open than she should have been“C” and “N” did meet – of course they did – and Nattie’s friend Cynthia who was intrigued by the relationship that grew on the wire drew him into their social circle But things didn’t play out as Cynthia hoped “N” was shy with “C” is real life and uite sure that he would fall in love with Cynthia And “C” was sure that “N” had another admirer; she did but she could never see him as that a friendThe story played out perfectly with a lovely mixture of comedy drama and romance The characters were beautifully drawn and I particularly liked the way that Ella Cheever Thayer presented Nattie and Cynthia as modern independent young women with ambitions beyond matrimony without pushing things too farTheir friendship was beautifully drawn and the pair brought out the best in each otherThe story was engaging a likeable cast was well managed and I wasn’t at all surprised to learn that the author was a playwright – this seems to have been her only novel – that she had worked as a telegraph operator The story lived and breathed and it rang trueIt was at times wonderfully prescient“Ah well then the young woman was only in advance of the age” said Miss Archer; “and what with that and the telephone and that dreadful phonograph that bottles up all one says and disgorges at inconvenient times we will soon be able to do everything by electricity; who knows but some genius will invent something for the especial use of lovers Something for instance to carry in their pockets so when they are far away from each other and pine for a sound of ‘that beloved voice’ they will have only to take up this electrical apparatus put it to their ears and be happy Ah blissful lovers of the future”My only concern was how we were going to get to the inevitable ending which was also the ending I wantedIt came of course via the telegraph Download Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub » Ella Cheever Thayer

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