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"Deep in the wilderness grim": Reading trauma through landscape in the post-civil war works of Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, and Winslow Homer
In the wake of the Civil War, the nation struggled to contend with the devastation inflicted upon life and land. Young veterans returned home, changed by their experience of the war, and civilians began the arduous work ...
American palimpsests: Trans/national imagination in Herman Melville's poetry
American Palimpsests: Trans/national Imagination in Herman Melville's Poetry engages the manifestation of Melville's often transnational imagination in an attempt to situate his poetic work in the social, political, and ...