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The Command to Look : A Master Photographers Method for Controlling the Human Gaze. by Mortensen, William(DLC)1685579; Dunham, George.; Moynihan, Michael.; Lytle, Larry.;
Table of Contents -- The Story of The Command to Look by Larry Lytle -- The Command to Look by William Mortensen and George Dunham -- Foreword -- 1. Personal Questions -- 2. Personal History: Origin of the Formula -- 3. The Pictorial Imperative -- 4. Analysis of the Impact -- 5. Subject Interest: Sex, Sentiment and Wonder -- 6. You and the Picture -- 7. Putting the Formula to Work -- 8. Preface to the Pictures -- 55 Salon Prints with Comments -- Infernal Impact: The Command to Look as a Formula for Satanic Success by Michael Moynihan.William Mortensen's irreverent and revolutionary book on photography and psychology is available again after a sixty-five-year banishment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Photography, Artistic -- Exhibitions.; Photography, Artistic; Photography;
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Beauty Will Save the World [electronic resource] : Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age by Wolfe, Gregory(SAGE)1798163;
Cover; Title; Dedication; Contents; Prologue: The Four Cultures and Me; PART ONE: FROM IDEOLOGY TO HUMANISM; 1. Beauty Will Save the World; 2. A Portrait of the Editor as a Young Man; 3. Art, Faith, and the Stewardship of Culture; 4. Christian Humanism: A Faith for All Seasons; PART TWO: CHRISTIANITY, LITERATURE, AND MODERNITY; 5. The Writer of Faith in a Fractured Culture; 6. Ever Ancient, Ever New: The Catholic Writer in the Modern World; 7. After This Our Exile: The Christian Poet in the Modern World; 8. The End in the Beginning: The Paradox of Artistic Creativity; PART THREE: SIX WRITERS9. Evelyn Waugh: Savage Indignation10. Shusaku Endo: At the Crossroads between East and West; 11. Geoffrey Hill: True Sequences of Pain; 12. Andrew Lytle: Myth and Memory; 13. Wendell Berry: Marriage to a Place; 14. Larry Woiwode: The Overwhelming Question; PART FOUR: THREE ARTISTS; 15. Fred Folsom: Grace à Go-Go; 16. Mary McCleary: Constructing Paradox; 17. Makoto Fujimura: Refiner's Fire; PART FIVE: FOUR MEN OF LETTERS; 18. Russell Kirk: Politics and the Imagination; 19. Gerhart Niemeyer: Discerning the Spirits; 20. Malcolm Muggeridge: Slow Pilgrim; 21. Marion Montgomery: Being and MetaphorNotesAcknowledgments; Index; Copyright<DIV><B>Culture, Not Politics</B><BR /><BR /><BR /></DIV>
Subjects: Electronic books.; Aesthetics; Christian literature -- History and criticism.; Civilization -- 21st century.; Culture -- 21st century.; Humanity;
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The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture : Volume 9: Literature. by Wilson, Charles Reagan.(DLC)1683704; Inge, M. Thomas.(DLC)1674625;
Contents -- General Introduction -- Introduction -- LITERATURE -- African American Literature -- Agrarianism in Literature -- Appalachian Literature -- Autobiography and Memoir -- Biography -- Blues Literature -- Civil Rights in Literature -- Civil War in Literature -- Detective Fiction -- Folklore in Literature -- Food in Literature -- Fugitives and Agrarians -- Gender and Sexuality in Literature -- Globalization and Southern Literature -- Humor -- Indian Literature -- Nature Writing and Writers -- New Critics -- North in Literature -- Periodicals -- Poetry -- Popular Literature -- Postcolonial Southern Literature -- Postsouthern Literature -- Publishing -- Regionalism and Local Color -- Religion and Literature -- Southern Gothic -- Theater, Early -- Theater, Modern and Contemporary -- Travel Writing -- Agee, James -- Aiken, Conrad -- Allen, James Lane -- Allison, Dorothy -- Ammons, A. R -- Andrews, Raymond -- Ansa, Tina McElroy -- Applewhite, James -- Armstrong, Anne Wetzell -- Arnow, Harriette Simpson -- Atkins, Ace -- Baldacci, David -- Barth, John -- Barthelme, Frederick -- Bass, Rick -- Basso, Hamilton -- Bausch, Richard -- Bell, Madison Smartt -- Berry, Wendell -- Betts, Doris -- Blotner, Joseph L -- Blount, Roy, Jr -- Bonner, Sherwood -- Bontemps, Arna -- Bradford, Roark -- Bragg, Rick -- Brickell, Henry Hershel -- Brooks, Cleanth -- Brown, Larry -- Brown, Rita Mae -- Brown, Sterling Allen -- Brown, William Wells -- Burke, James Lee -- Byrd, William, II -- Cabell, James Branch -- Cable, George Washington -- Caldwell, Erskine -- Campbell, Will D -- Capote, Truman -- Cash, W. J -- Chappell, Fred -- Cherry, Kelly -- Chesnut, Mary Boykin -- Chesnutt, Charles W -- Chopin, Kate -- Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain) -- Cohn, David -- Conroy, Pat -- Crews, Harry -- Crockett, David (Davy) -- Crowley, Mart -- Dargan, Olive Tilford.Davenport, Guy -- Davidson, Donald -- Deal, Borden -- Dickey, James -- Dixon, Thomas, Jr -- Douglas, Ellen -- Douglass, Frederick -- Dove, Rita -- Du Bois, W. E. B -- Dykeman, Wilma -- Edgerton, Clyde -- Ellison, Ralph -- Evans, Augusta Jane -- Everett, Percival -- Faulkner, William -- Finney, Nikky -- Fitzgerald, Zelda -- Fletcher, John Gould -- Foote, Horton -- Foote, Shelby -- Ford, Jesse Hill -- Ford, Richard -- Fox, John, Jr -- Fox, William Price -- Franklin, John Hope -- Franklin, Tom -- Frazier, Charles -- Gaines, Ernest J -- Gaither, Frances Ormond Jones -- Garrett, George -- Gautreaux, Tim -- Gibbons, Kaye -- Gilchrist, Ellen -- Giovanni, Nikki -- Glasgow, Ellen -- Godwin, Gail -- Gordon, Caroline -- Grau, Shirley Ann -- Green, Paul -- Greene, Melissa Fay -- Grimsley, Jim -- Grisham, John -- Grizzard, Lewis -- Groom, Winston -- Grooms, Anthony -- Gurganus, Allan -- Haley, Alex -- Hannah, Barry -- Hardwick, Elizabeth -- Harington, Donald -- Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins -- Harris, George Washington -- Harris, Joel Chandler -- Harris, Thomas -- Haxton, Brooks -- Hellman, Lillian -- Henley, Beth -- Heyward, DuBose -- Holland, Endesha Ida Mae -- Holman, C. Hugh -- Hood, Mary -- Hooper, Johnson Jones -- Hubbell, Jay Broadus -- Humphreys, Josephine -- Hurston, Zora Neale -- Jackson, Blyden -- Jarrell, Randall -- Jefferson, Thomas -- Johnson, James Weldon -- Johnston, Mary -- Jones, Madison -- Kenan, Randall -- Kennedy, John Pendleton -- King, Florence -- King, Grace -- Kingsolver, Barbara -- Knight, Etheridge -- Komunyakaa, Yusef -- Lanier, Sidney -- Lee, Harper -- Lewis, Henry Clay -- Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin -- Lumpkin, Grace -- Lumpkin, Katherine Du Pre -- Lytle, Andrew -- Madden, David -- Marion, Jeff Daniel -- Marlette, Doug -- Mason, Bobbie Ann -- McCarthy, Cormac -- McCorkle, Jill -- McCullers, Carson -- Mencken, H. L.Miller, Jim Wayne -- Milligan, Jason -- Mitchell, Margaret -- Moody, Anne -- Morgan, Robert -- Morris, Willie -- Morrison, Toni -- Murfree, Mary Noailles (Charles Egbert Craddock) -- Murray, Albert -- Newman, Frances -- Nordan, Lewis -- O'Connor, Flannery -- Owen, Guy -- Page, Thomas Nelson -- Percy, Walker -- Percy, William Alexander -- Peterkin, Julia Mood -- Phillips, Jayne Anne -- Poe, Edgar Allan -- Porter, Katherine Anne -- Portis, Charles -- Price, Reynolds -- Randolph, Vance -- Ransom, John Crowe -- Rash, Ron -- Ray, Janisse -- Reed, Ishmael -- Reed, John Shelton -- Richard, Mark -- Roberts, Elizabeth Madox -- Rubin, Louis D., Jr -- Rutledge, Archibald Hamilton -- Sanders, Dori -- Scott, Evelyn -- Seay, James -- Settle, Mary Lee -- Simms, William Gilmore -- Simpson, Lewis P -- Smith, Dave -- Smith, Lee -- Smith, Lillian -- Southworth, E. D. E. N -- Spencer, Elizabeth -- Stanford, Frank -- Steinke, Darcey -- Still, James -- Street, James -- Stribling, T. S -- Stuart, Jesse Hilton -- Stuart, Mary Routh (Ruth) McEnery -- Styron, William -- Sullivan, Walter -- Tate, Allen -- Taylor, Peter -- Thorpe, Thomas Bangs -- Timrod, Henry -- Toole, John Kennedy -- Toomer, Jean -- Trethewey, Natasha -- Tyler, Anne -- Walker, Alice -- Walker, Margaret -- Warren, Robert Penn -- Washington, Booker T -- Watkins, Samuel Rush -- Welty, Eudora -- Wilcox, James -- Williams, Ben Ames -- Williams, Tennessee -- Wolfe, Thomas -- Wolfe, Tom -- Woodward, C. Vann -- Wright, Richard -- Yarbrough, Steve -- Yerby, Frank -- Young, Al -- Young, Stark -- Young, Thomas Daniel -- Index of Contributors -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- W -- Y -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z.Offering a comprehensive view of the South's literary landscape, past and present, this volume celebrates the region's ever-flourishing literary culture and recognizes the ongoing evolution of the southern literary canon. Greatly expanding the content of the literature section in the original Encyclopedia, this volume includes 31 thematic essays addressing major genres of literature; theoretical categories, such as regionalism, the southern gothic, and agrarianism; and themes in southern writing, such as food, religion, and sexuality. Most striking is the fivefold increase in the number of biographical entries, which introduce southern novelists, playwrights, poets, and critics. Special attention is given to contemporary writers and other individuals who have not been widely covered in previous scholarship.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; American literature -- Southern States -- Encyclopedias.; Southern States -- In literature -- Encyclopedias.; Southern States -- Intellectual life -- Encyclopedias.;
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