Someone asked if I’d published the final post in my wrap-up of the mid-season finale and I mentioned that I had—on Saturday evening when 90 percent of our readers aren’t reading. So here’s a convenient wrap-up of my posts on the subject:
- Part I: In which we learn the value of staring.
- Part II: In which we learn about invisible lines and the value of staring at paintings.
- Part III: In which we learn about the color blue and that sometimes looking is important too.
I also wrote a post about Walter White and white supremacism but it’s only tangentially related to “Gliding Over All.” So there it is: three posts about a single episode that don’t even begin to do it justice. There may be one more on the horizon, but for now the bulk of my visual rhetoric-related work will consist of readings of the first season of Game of Thrones for my Fall course. I should have the first (of many) posts up tomorrow.