cosmorama


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cosmorama

(ˌkɒzməˈrɑːmə)
n
a lifelike display, using mirrors and lenses, which shows reflections of various views of parts of the world

cosmorama

a display of scenes of different parts of the world. — cosmoramic, adj.
See also: Representation
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Regaling family and friends with tales of adventure and adversity and, above all, a Cosmorama that he brought back with him from Belem, Silvino captivated Alfredo, who jumped at his brother's invitation to return with him to the Amazon.
Chung Kun Ai, My Seventy Nine Years in Hawaii (Hong Kong: Cosmorama Pictorial, 1960), 107.
Sun Yat-Sen (Hong Kong: Cosmorama Pictorial, 1966), 22.
Riferendosi al Mondo nuovo, il popolare cosmorama o macchina ottica che permetteva, guardando dai fori praticati sul fianco di una cassetta, di ammirare illuminati e ingranditi panorami e costumi di tutti i paesi, Lunardo confida orgogliosamente all'amico Simon: "Mio pare, co giera zovene, el me diseva: Vustu veder il Mondo niovo o vustu che te daga do soldi?
Keats, of course, died in 1821; nevertheless, the multimedia Cosmorama demonstrates the interpenetrating economies of commercial and aesthetic display that he and his circle of London friends knew.
Until September 22 Heather Phillipson: Yes, surprising is existence in the post-vegetal cosmorama
Chung Kun Ai, My Seventy Nine Years in Hawaii, Hong Kong: Cosmorama Pictorial Publisher, 1960.