Traces of War.

Poetry, Photography, and the Crisis of the Union.

Text by Timothy Sweet.
Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1990. 272 pp., 28 b&w illustrations,, 6x9".

This is the first book to offer a comparative study of the literature and photography of the Civil War. Examining poems by such authors as Whitman and Melville, as well as photographs by Mathew Brady, George Barnard, Alexander Gardner and others, Sweet explores the interconnections between the artistic and political representation.

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