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-:For a detailed history of [[literary pictorialism]], see Jean H. Hagstrum, ''The Sister Arts: The Tradition of Literary Pictorialism and English Poetry from Dryden to Gray'' (1958; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987). Useful insights of the text-image dynamic can be found in the work of [[W. J. T. Mitchell]], especially ''[[Iconology: Image. Text. Ideology]]'' (1986; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987). +:For a detailed history of [[literary pictorialism]], see [[Jean H. Hagstrum]], ''The Sister Arts: The Tradition of Literary Pictorialism and English Poetry from Dryden to Gray'' (1958; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987). Useful insights of the text-image dynamic can be found in the work of [[W. J. T. Mitchell]], especially ''[[Iconology: Image. Text. Ideology]]'' (1986; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987).
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For a detailed history of literary pictorialism, see Jean H. Hagstrum, The Sister Arts: The Tradition of Literary Pictorialism and English Poetry from Dryden to Gray (1958; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987). Useful insights of the text-image dynamic can be found in the work of W. J. T. Mitchell, especially Iconology: Image. Text. Ideology (1986; Chicago and London: U. of Chicago Press, 1987).





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