High Culture/Low Culture: Advertising in Literature, Art, Film, and Popular Culture
William M. O'Barr


Fig. 8

“A popular engraving from 1862, ‘The Bill Poster’s Dream,’ captures something of the sight that James remembers from his childhood: a profusion of words and typefaces, redacting the city’s world for entertainment in a single, overwhelming gestalt of information.”10 [Source]


      
	“A popular engraving from 1862, ‘The Bill Poster’s Dream,’ captures something of the sight that James remembers from his childhood: a profusion of words and typefaces, redacting the city’s world for entertainment in a single, overwhelming gestalt of information.”10 [Source]