The Photographed Cat
Picturing Human-Feline Ties 1890-1940
Publication Year: 2013
Published by: Syracuse University Press
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...sity” (Brown 1985) and “repressive desublimation” (Marcuse gitimate or to caution—this cultural imperative especially as ...
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We wrote The Photographed Cat for many audiences. Pet lovers and others interested in domestic animals, especially those having cats themselves can enjoy seeing how photographs depicted human relationships with cats a century ago. Our book is quite different from the scores of photography books about cats, ...
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...to “animals” as “nonhuman animals” and to “pets” as “com-the depiction of wildlife in popular culture uses visual images the Harvard University library, as well as those in private col-...
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...2.10. Cat in clown outfi t. T. Weseloh coll. 2.11. Granny. Rotograph Co. C. Mastrovito coll.depicted a cat being taken in a basket to a place of “safety.” 2.14. Can she reason? Animal Rescue League, Boston, 1908. T. Weseloh coll.2.18. Standing cat. R. Bogdan coll. 2.19. Duke, September 22, 1909. T. Weseloh coll....
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...emotional and physical benefi ts of this relationship or simply 3.6. Cradling cat to face, c. 1909. T. Weseloh coll. 3.7. A moment together. George Carter, Lomdille, MN.3.9. Chinese opium den. Britton & Rey, San Francisco. T. Weseloh coll.3.13. Boy with cat and dog. T. Weseloh coll. 3.14. Uncooperative cat. T. Weseloh coll....
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...controlled to this extent because of their larger size and will-4.11. One of our many kids, 1907. 4.12. Infant and cat. T. Weseloh coll.ground. Whether a photographer’s prop or her 4.24. Ray and his pet cat. T. Weseloh coll.than the rule for pet cats.4.26. Girl with cat and velocipede. R. Bogdan coll.expanded to include cats.4.29. The happy family. T. Weseloh coll....
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...5.13. Cradling cat. T. Weseloh coll. 5.14. Gazing fondly at cat. R. Bogdan coll.5.18. Woman with cats. B. Nelson coll. 5.19. Older woman with cats. C. Mastrovito coll.need to be eliminated or at least controlled. It is 5.20. Sex kitten....
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...infl uenced the functions it could provide. Dogs, for instance, defi nes the relationship and sets its boundaries. With the lat-...
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To better understand the importance and meaning of the images in this book, we need to step back and consider them as a group. To write them off as mere snapshots in the narrowest of ways suggests that the photographs were casually made with little forethought and carried little or no emotional value to the people who appeared in them, ...
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Page Count: 160
Illustrations: 130 duotone photos
Publication Year: 2013