PARADOXICAL NATURE OF AMERICAN ART DURING THE GREAT DEPRESSION: REALIST VISIONS AS THE ANTIDOTE TO MYTHMAKING

 
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This book studies the ways in which antidotal reflections in American art provided a counterfriction to the affirmative stance of the government during the Great Depression. The consensus culture that adopted the common people rhetoric engendered by the nationwide crisis, the optimistic ideology of the president Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the rising influence of the leftist politics constituted the social context in which artists constructed these two clashing perceptions, which constitutes the framework of this cultural analysis.

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Gaye Bayri was born in Ankara in 1981. She got her B.A degree at Ba?kent University, Department of American Culture and Literature in 2003. She got her M.A degree at Hacettepe University in the same major in 2006. She has been working at Anadolu University, School of Foreign Languages as an English instructor since 2004.

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