case of this study, that ground is generous. The book's attention to audience through the use of "we" and "I" invites a more thorough treatment of actual historical readers and audience members. Its obvious awareness of the significance of imagery--photography, print, and page embellishment--to the average American's understanding of the war encourages more work on the specific intersection of visual and textual culture during this period. Moreover, Barrett's careful consideration of formal elements lays the groundwork for more specific thematic readings of this canon. The foundation that Barrett offers not only provides a much-needed overview of the field but will, I hope, serve as inspiration for more work in this area for years to come. The Selected Letters of Elizabeth Stoddard. Edited by Jennifer Putzi and Elizabeth Stockton. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2012. xlix + 259 pp. $42.00 paper/$33.60 e-book. Nicole Livengood, Marietta College As the first work to reproduce rather than just excerpt Elizabeth Stoddard's letters, Jennifer Putzi and Elizabeth Stockton's The Selected Letters of Elizabeth Stoddard is a significant contribution to the burgeoning field of Stoddard studies. The publication of Selected Letters affirms Stoddard's current (and deserved) critical favor. Moreover, Putzi and Stockton's decision
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