Greta LaFleur Examines Environmental Histories of Desire – Edge Effects

Baba, Walton Ford, painting

A new book by Greta LaFleur shows how desire was produced alongside taxonomies of plants and racial difference in early British colonial texts.

Source: Greta LaFleur Examines Environmental Histories of Desire – Edge Effects

  1. love the fish hanging with the fisher

    • hmmm. yes, the literal, the figurative, metaphoric, imaginative, and the fish hooked to the branch like bait . . .

        • dmf
        • April 17th, 2019

        like some mashup of Audubon and those dutch still lifes

      • yes! let’s paint a fish with a pearl earring . . .

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