"In Shooting Kennedy, David Lubin speculates on the allure of iconic images of the Kennedys, using them to illuminate the entire American cultural landscape. He draws from a spectacularly varied intellectual and visual terrain - neoclassical painting, Victorian poetry, modern art, Hollywood films, TV sitcoms - to show how the public came to identify personally with the Kennedys and how, in so doing, they came to understand their place in the world. This mix of art history, cultural history, and popular culture offers a look at twentieth-century America."--Jacket.
The information below has been drawn from sources outside of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. In most instances, the information will be from sources that have not been peer reviewed by scholarly or research communities. Please report cases in which the information is inaccurate through the Contact Us link below.