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An American Thanksgiving, Skewered and Roasted, by Adam Goodheart

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Winslow Homer's editors asked him for an illustration to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday that week. They may have gotten more than they'd bargained for.
"THANKSGIVING DAY, 1860 " THE TWO GREAT CLASSES OF SOCIETY," Homer titled the engraving. The spread is divided into two halves: on the left, "Those who have more Dinners than appetite," and on the right, "Those who have more appetite than Dinners."

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