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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 ...
Changing the past: The pushback of narrative against temporality in southern literature
The southern region of the United States (characteristically referred in the proper form of the South) features an identity that differs significantly from the rest of the national framework that contains it. While this ...