THE CIVIL WAR IN ART AND MEMORY
Fifteen essays by historians of art, architecture, literature, and other fields explore everything from the visual record of a short-lived freedmen's town in South Carolina's Sea Islands to artists' roles in news reporting to battleground photography to public monuments that embody the war's most problematic legacies. Illustrated, some in color.
Size: 9¼x11¼ inches
Item #: 3978788
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