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Animals, humans, and postcards -- Pets -- Mascots -- Workers -- Food and goods -- Patients and needy -- Vermin -- Game -- Trophies, specimens, and furs -- Spectacles -- Sports -- Symbols -- Living with inconsistencies, past and present. Recognized as the "people's photography" photo postcards were typically taken by photographers who were part of the community they were photographing.

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Their intimacy with the people and places they captured resulted in a vernacular record of the life and times of the period unavailable in other kinds of photography. Arluke and Bogdan use these postcards to tell the story of human-animal relations in the United States from approximately to During these years, Americans experienced profound changes that altered their connection with animals and influenced perceptions and treatment of them today.

Wide-ranging in scope, Beauty and the Beast looks at the variety of roles animals played in society, from pets and laborers to symbols and prey.


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The authors discuss the contradictions, dualisms, and paradoxes of our relationship to animals, illustrating how animals were distanced and embraced, commoditized and anthropomorphized. See details.

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About this product Product Information From fairy tales to photography, nowhere is the complexity of human-animal relationships more apparent than in the creative arts. Art illuminates the nature and significance of animals in modern, Western thought, capturing the complicated union that has long existed between the animal kingdom and us. In Beauty and the Beast, authors Arluke and Bogdan explore this relationship through the unique lens of photo postcards.

This visual medium offers an enormous and relatively untapped archive to document their subject compellingly. The importance of photo postcards goes beyond their abundance.

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Their intimacy with the people and places they captured resulted in a vernacular record of the life and times of the period unavailable in other kinds of photography. Arluke and Bogdan use these postcards to tell the story of human-animal relations in the United States from approximately to During these years, Americans experienced profound changes that altered their connection with animals and influenced perceptions and treatment of them today. Wide-ranging in scope, Beauty and the Beast looks at the variety of roles animals played in society, from pets and laborers to symbols and prey.

Beauty and the Beast: Human-Animal Relations as Revealed in Real Photo Postcards, 1905-1935

The authors discuss the contradictions, dualisms, and paradoxes of our relationship to animals, illustrating how animals were distanced and embraced, commoditized and anthropomorphized. With over illustrations, this book presents a vivid chronicle of the deep cultural ambivalence that characterized human-animal relations in the early twentieth century and that continues today. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. Our features are original articles from our print magazines these will say where they were originally published or original articles commissioned for this site.

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The first third of the 20 th century was a time of change in America. Industrialization meant greater wealth and more time in the home. Urbanization led people away from the farms and the wilderness.