What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Whitmans DrumTaps and the Rhetoric of War 1
The Real War Will Never Get in the Books
Photography and the Scene of History
5 other sections not shown
adhesiveness Aeolian harp aesthetic album allegory American antebellum Antietam appears argues army Atlanta Barnard battle Battle-Pieces body politic Brady Brady's camera Centreville Civil claims Cole's Confederate context conventions corpse cultural daguerreotype dead death describes Drum-Taps economic edition of Leaves embodiment example experience Federal figure Gardner's Photographic Sketch genre Gettysburg harmony Harper's Weekly history painting Holmes human ideal ideological individual interdiction labor land landscape Leaves of Grass legitimate Leo Marx Library of Congress Lincoln means Melville Melville's Memoranda metaphor military Moby-Dick narrative nature Northern organicism organicist painting pastoral mode photographic representation Photographic Sketch Book Photographic Views picturesque plate poem poet poetry political representation portrait produce recuperate represented restorative rhetoric sacrifice seems semiotic sense Sherman's Campaign significant soldiers Southern Specimen Days structure suggests synecdoche textual Thomas Cole Thomas Nast topoi topos traces trope typification Union Views of Sherman's violence visual White-Jacket Whitman wounded